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Snow Storm Warning Update & Extreme Cold Warning In Effect Sunday January 20

While yesterday’s Snow Storm Warning has ended, though there is an Extreme Cold Warning in effect for all of Southern Ontario including; Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Brantford, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, St. Catharines, and Niagara Falls.   Environment Canada released the following Extreme

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Not-Bob’s Top 5 (Weather May Impact Events)

Winter Porch Party – Kitchener Public Library, 85 Queen St.  12 p.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 19 If you’re feeling the January blues, here’s one way to shake them off. Two areas of the library will have live music

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Ontario Tuition Fees Are About To Drop

Students could soon get a break paying for post-secondary education. Ontario is expected to announce that it’s cutting tuition fees for college and university students by 10 per cent. The government says that means the average university arts and science

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Christmas Lights Displayed In Simcoe

They’re celebrating their 60th year and the display is brilliant for the Simcoe Christmas Panorama – River of Lights which has been running all month long. Thousands of lights and dozens of themed displays transform Simcoe’s downtown parks into their own

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Drivers Are Not Stopping For School Buses

School buses transport kids around every day for school bringing thousands of students to and from their day’s education; but it seems like it’s the drivers who need to learn an important lesson – Stop for Buses whose lights are

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Sweet Treats And Caring For Your Teeth

It has been half a week since Halloween and chances are your kids are still sitting on bowls full of candy. The question of how bad this is for their teeth must be coming up. The Ontario Dental Association has

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Marijuana is legal today in Ontario: here’s what you need to know!

Now that cannabis is legalized, Ontario’s Government for the People has rules that keep cannabis out of the hands of children and youth, and keep our roads safe. Ontario has laws in place about how, where and who can buy

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Roundabouts

They are becoming a more prominent way of handling traffic at intersections in Ontario so here are the ins and outs of how to handle a roundabout. There are drivers whose blood runs cold when they see a Roundabout 300

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Ontario’s tough distracted driving rules to take effect Jan. 1

The new laws for distracted driving in Ontario are set to take effect on Jan. 1, 2019, according to police sources. The fines for distracted driving would increase from a maximum of $1,000 to up to $2,000 on a second

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How Stop Signs Work In Ontario

If you have ever had a question about Stop Signs there is plenty of information on the rules and regulations on how they work to be found at Ontario.ca It is broken down into many sections however and to help

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CAA Towing Bill Of Rights

It can be very stressful after a collision or vehicle breakdown to try to know what to do. Calling a towing company is sometimes your only choice about how to get your vehicle taken care of. But what happens then?

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Hamilton Rooftop Rescue

For the second time this year a young immigrant is making headlines for rescuing a small child in peril. You might recall in May a story from Paris, France, where a small child was dangling from a balcony when 22-year-old

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Open And Closed Civic Holiday Weekend

It is a Holiday long weekend and that means there are going to be some closures this weekend that could impact what you do. With that in mind here is a brief summary of what is open and closed this

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Heat Warning For Sunday August 5th And Monday August 6th

Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for this Civic Holiday long weekend which will include both the Sunday and the Monday having temperatures in the 30’s with Humidex values in the 40’s. It’s going to be warm and stick

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch Thursday July 5

On top of the Heat Warning that is still in effect for Today, Environment Canada has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for the Golden Horseshoe and much of Southern Ontario.   From Environment Canada:   Conditions are favourable for the

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