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Canada is a bilingual country, yet there is only one officially bilingual province. Name it.New Brunswick (source: The Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages For New Brunswick) What year was the "loonie" introduced?1987 and give yourself an extra point if you...

Ontario is changing the way it licences drivers over the age of 80. On April 21, 2014, the Province will scrap the written test it currently makes seniors take when renewing their licence. Instead, they will complete an in-class screening process to determine if they are fit to drive.

In September, it was announced that Toronto Dominion Bank would acquire half of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Canada's Aeroplan account portfolio. This unprecedented deal will result in some 550,000 CIBC Aeroplan cardholders being transferred ...

On Monday July 8, 2013, Toronto's storm dropped 126 mm of rain, which cased floods, blackouts and commuting disaster. According to Environment Canada, the 126 millimetres of rain beat the record of 1954's Hurricane Hazel, which was 121.4 mm of rainfall....

Spring is fast approaching; and daylight savings time begins this weekend. This Sunday March 10, 2013, don't forget to change your clocks forward at 2am. It's a good idea to change your clocks before you go to sleep on Saturday night.