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Toronto
Friday, June 14, 2024
Pearson Airport
After new tougher rules were introduced for International travelers coming to Canada on Monday, it seems like there is a lot of Chaos and confusion among international travelers coming to Canada. As of Monday, international travelers must book a three-night stay at an approved isolation hotel. Mississauga's Pearson Airport has been trending this morning for all sorts of reasons...
snow storm Toronto
Toronto and it's surrounding areas including Halton, Peel, Niagara, Waterloo - Wellington, Kingston are under Snow fall warning. A special weather statement is in effect for areas to the north and east of the GTA. Environment Canada has predicted near 15 cm to hit Toronto and other parts of the GTA. Snow will continue through the day...
covid-update-Toronto
Ontario today reported 1,087 new cases of Covid-19 while 13 people lost battle taking the overall death toll to 6,861 since the pandemic started. Breakdown wise, there were 344 new cases in Toronto, 156 in Peel and 122 in York Region. The new case number is lower than the net caseload from yesterday. York region will be transitioning out of...
labour day close open toronto
Happy labour day. If you are planning to shop today, you will find a lot of Malls, restaurants and some stores open today. Check out the list in Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton and Vaughan. Open Beer Stores: Select Beer stores will be open Eaton Centre Square One  (11 a.m. to 6 p.m.) Toronto Premium Outlets Vaughan Mills Eaton Centre (11 a.m....
snow in Toronto
Toronto and the rest of the GTA had a significant amount of snow on Saturday. Snow began to fall in the GTA around 9:30 a.m. and continued into the evening, leading to snow-covered roads and poor driving conditions. The OPP (Ontario Provincial Police) reported over 250 crashes were reported in the Greater Toronto Area since the region started to...
stage 3 toronto
Ontario is set to move to Step three on Friday, July 16, 2021. This is due to further improvement to key health indicators and a consistent decline in Covid numbers across the Province. “Thanks to the tireless efforts of our frontline heroes, and the ongoing commitment of Ontarians to get vaccinated, we have surpassed the targets we set in...
canada elections
Elections Canada estimates about 5.8 million Canadians cast their ballot at federal election advanced polls. The Elections Canada polls were open from Friday to Monday. The number of early voters does not contain mail-in ballots received by Canada Elections so far. Tuesday is the last day for people who want to cast their vote before Election Day to apply for a mail-in...
Ontario moves to online learning
Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced new public health measures Monday, which include moving schools online, a ban on indoor dining, and capacity limits for businesses as the province struggles to contain the spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant. “As we continue with our provincial vaccine booster efforts, we must look at every option to slow the spread of the highly...
windy toronto
Strong winds are creating serious problems in the GTA as very strong southwest winds with frequent gusts of 100 to 110 km/h are battering Toronto and all major cites in Ontario. As per Environment Canada, Higher wind gusts of 120 km/h are possible long the shores of the Great Lakes.The damaging winds will continue tonight, then will gradually start...
corona virus Ontario
Ontario on Sunday achieved a grim milestone after recording the highest single-day spike of 1042 coronavirus cases, as per data by Health Canada. Toronto remains the hotspot with 309 reported cases followed by Peel Region with 289 cases, followed by York Region with 117, and Ottawa with 80. Here is the current Status as of Sunday Oct 25, 2020 Total cases...