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Christy Farr Environment Canada has confirmed the first tornado of the year in Ontario touched down near Mount Forest on Wednesday March 16. Environment Canada categorized this as an EF1 tornado on the Enhanced Fujita scale, which rates the strength of a tornado based on the damage they cause. Wind speeds blew up to 135-175
Sam Juric In response to the increasing adverse effects of climate change, more and more people are diverging from traditional burial practices. Awareness of the often toxic and harmful affects of conventional burial methods is rising. For people considering more positive options, here are a few environmentally conscious burial methods to possibly choose from.
Jess Reyes The new Amber Alert grabbed the attention of the GTA television viewers Sunday evening. The Ontario Provincial Police issued an Amber Alert at approximately 6 p.m. after reports of a possible child abduction in Orillia was broadcast across Toronto TV networks. The message, followed by a loud buzzing noise, interrupted local broadcasts. The new Amber Alert
By Phil Witmer Social media giant Twitter may be making huge changes to how the site functions but users aren’t pleased with the potential plans. According to Buzzfeed, Twitter is considering abolishing its chronological timeline in favour of an algorithm-based system this week. If implemented, Twitter users would see tweets sorted by what their assumed interests are