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Massive Change In Weather Patterns Coming To Canada

For those of us in Ontario or Quebec, we’ve seen a more mild winter so far this year, but experts say we should brace ourselves as a huge shift in temperature is on the way. The Weather Network is forecasting

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Uber Of The Air: All-You-Can-Fly Airline Model Takes Flight In Canada

Can’t afford your own private jet? Travel constantly for business, but hate the long waits and lack of legroom provided by traditional commercial airlines? Then all-you-can-fly may be for you. This latest trend to hit private air travel allows individuals

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Canada Faces A Cold, Snowy Winter Even Though Summer Stayed Late

Despite the late summer much of eastern Canada experienced this year, temperatures will drop substantially as we move into the new year. In the western side of the country, snowy conditions will come to Rockies, coupled with blasts of Arctic

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Canada “150” Dome Film Seeking Venues

A Canada celebration we might have seen… and maybe yet. Organizers of a film project to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, backed by $10.5 million in taxpayer money, are still confirming venues to show it to Canadians after the collapse of

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COTTAGE SEASON IS CALLING!

Join the Jewel 99.3 on location all weekend. The Spring Cottage Life Show kicks off the season and celebrates Canada’s 150th birthday with a focus on preserving the natural beauty of cottage country March 31- April 2, 2017 It’s the

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Styrofoam No Longer Recycled in Meaford

Effective April 1, 2017, Miller Waste will no longer accept Styrofoam, including all #6 materials, as recycling and will now have to go into the garbage stream.  The reason for discontinuing this program is due to the lack of any

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Toronto Police Have Issued an Amber Alert For a Missing Child in a Stolen Vehicle

Update – Child found safe and Amber Alert called off The Toronto Police Service has requested an Amber Alert broadcast in relation to a missing child in a stolen motor vehicle. Christina Nyuyen was last seen in the back seat

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Total rainfall amounts of 25 to 40 mm are likely by Saturday

Rainfall warning for Bruce Peninsula – Sauble Beach – Tobermory Hanover – Dundalk – Southern Grey County Owen Sound – Blue Mountains – Northern Grey County Saugeen Shores – Kincardine – Southern Bruce County Rain at times heavy is expected

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Britax Recalls Stroller Systems In Canada After Car Seats Fall Off

This recall involves all Britax B-Agile and BOB Motion strollers that have Click & Go receiver mounts that attach the car seat carrier to the stroller frame. All models are folding, single or double occupant strollers and all colours are

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Snow squalls and blowing snow will develop this evening

Snow squall watch for Owen Sound – Blue Mountains – Northern Grey County Saugeen Shores – Kincardine – Southern Bruce County Snow squalls and blowing snow will develop this evening and are expected to diminish late Thursday morning. Snowfall amounts

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Big Red Chairs in Meaford Win 2017 EDCO Award

Meaford’s “Big Red Chair” tour has won the Economic Development Council of Ontario’s award for Collaboration and Partnership 2017. The Big Red Chairs began in spring 2015 when 5 oversized, bright red muskoka chairs were built by Georgian Bay Secondary

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Snow squalls are developing early this afternoon, and are expected to persist until early Friday

Snow squall warning for Bruce Peninsula – Sauble Beach – Tobermory Owen Sound – Blue Mountains – Northern Grey County Snow squalls are developing early this afternoon, and are expected to persist until early Friday morning. The bands will shift

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Snowfall amounts in excess of 15 cm are possible by the time the activity tapers off Thursday night

Snow squall watch in effect for Saugeen Shores – Kincardine – Southern Bruce County There is potential for the development of snow squalls beginning tonight. Under the most intense snow squalls, local snowfall amounts in excess of 15 cm are

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Nova Scotia woman charged in Grey County

A Nova Scotia woman was arrested Monday morning, by Grey County OPP after police discovered that she was in breach of her recognizance entered into on November 23, 2016 in relation to numerous criminal charges in Nova Scotia. On January

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Hundreds embrace winter with Bracebridge’s Fire and Ice Festival

If you build a snow tube they will come and that is certainly what happened this past Saturday in downtown Bracebridge. Crews along with heavy equipment brought in snow Friday night onto Manitoba Street making the snow tube a huge

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