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White House basement office leaks as heavy rains hit US capital...

Twitter images showed a photograph of a very wet floor beneath office chairs and desks on the basement level of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Driving rains...

Here’s New Update to Heavy Truck Restrictions and Road Safety in...

As of now, there are heavy truck restrictions on Winston Churchill Boulevard including the restriction of heavy trucks on Steeles Avenue to 10 Sideroad,...

Five things to know about Canadian immigration detention centres

The treatment of migrants has as of late been pushed into the spotlight as records rise of congestion and unsanitary conditions in American border...

It’s Going to be a Hot Week in Brampton

It's the first week of July 2019, and, according to Environment Canada, it's going to be a hot one in Brampton. Today (July 2) there...

Canadian Cartoonist Fired After His Trump Cartoon Goes Viral

Canadian cartoonist Michael de Adder has been given up from Brunswick News Inc. after a cartoon of President Donald Trump went viral. De Adder uncovered...

Ontario Community Sets Guinness World Record For Largest Human Maple Leaf

An Ontario municipality presently has boasting rights in the wake of establishing the record for the largest human maple leaf over the Canada Day...

Shoppers Drug Mart is offering same-day delivery in Ontario

Here's some exciting news for regular customers of this massive Canadian retail chain. Shoppers Drug Mart recently announced that it's launching a same-day delivery service...

Canada Day weekend brings road closures to Brampton

The city will be holding its annual Canada Day celebrations at Chinguacousy Park. As you are getting ready to party and eat delicious food, you...

Facebook adds Canada to list of countries with rules for political...

Facebook Inc on Tuesday added Canada and Ukraine to the rundown of nations where sponsors hoping to run political advertisements on its stage should...

Cut-off score decreases by three points in new Express Entry draw...

The Government of Canada welcomed 3,350 Express Entry 2019 candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence in a new draw held June 26. The cut-off...

Photos- A Look at Brampton’s New and Unique Park

Recently, the city celebrated the official opening of a park commemorating the Komagata Maru incident. The Komagata Maru Park is a tribute to the individuals...

Bed Bug FAQs : What You Should and Shouldn’t Do

If you’re planning on traveling this summer, you may come in contact with a small intruder in your home away from home, bed bugs!!...

China bans all meat from Canada alleging forged customs certificates

The Chinese government has reported a suspension on imported meat products from Canada over cases of manufactured customs documents, the latest sign of deteriorating...

Toronto Pride parade kicks off downtown on Sunday

Toronto's Pride Prade festivities get in progress on Sunday evening. As a huge number of Canadians will slip on the city to celebrate decent...

Air Canada passenger wakes up alone on empty, dark plane at...

Air Canada says it is investigating how crew members could have landed from a plane without noticing a sleeping passenger who was left behind The...

Trump defends conditions for detained migrant kids, blames Obama for family...

When questioned by interviewers about migrant children detained at the southern border, President Donald Trump has attempted to guide the fault toward the past...

Bell: Alberta, those pipeline chickens aren’t hatched

Pardon me if I don’t get up and kiss Trudeau’s butt. To be reasonable, the approval for the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion, a pipeline Canadian...

Kombucha, the tea of health

The year was 221 BCE. Qin Shi Huang had already established the Qin Dynasty and was successfully reigning as the first emperor of a...

Trans Mountain: Canada approves $5.5bn oil pipeline project

Canada has approved the Trans Mountain expansion project after a government court sent it back for review last summer. The choice could represent a...

Nearly 400 Ontarians died of opioid overdose last summer: province

Almost 400 Ontarians died the bucket from opioid overdose's the previous summer, as indicated by new provincial information. Public Health Ontario has released updated insights...