OTTAWA, ON, Sept. 14, 2023 /CNW/ – As Atlantic Canadians gear up for possible extreme weather this weekend, the Canadian Telecommunications Association is encouraging them to take steps to prepare for potential power outages and other impacts from storms that can affect their use of telecommunications services.
In the world of artificial intelligence (AI), there is a chilling reality that one must confront: the advancement of technology has led to the creation of digital doppelgängers that can mimic voices with terrifying precision.
Outdoor Power Equipment Helps Weather A Storm or Power Outage Be Prepared & Keep Safety in Mind, Says the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute
Canadian gardeners are getting excited about the coming growing season. As you plan your planting, it’s important to be aware of what can make your pets sick (or even kill them).
With the start of the school year, Canadian municipalities, organizations and businesses are imploring parents to stay calm and focused during the chaotic school zone rush hours of drop-off and pick-up. An increase in pedestrian and bicyclist accidents overall in Canada, has resulted in an urgent need for education and awareness.
We’re all painfully aware that Canadian Winters are cold and snowy for all but some parts of BC. According to Environment Canada statistics, 10 of Canada’s largest cities are walloped with over two meters (6.6 feet) of snow every year.
OTTAWA, ON, June 8, 2021 /CNW/ Summary Product: Health products not authorized for sale in Canada. Issue: The dangers of buying unauthorized health products sold online. What to do: If you choose to buy health products online, make sure to buy them from a reputable website and that they are authorized for sale by Health Canada.
Many Canadians are now aware of the dangers of leaving dogs in cars, tents or campers in the Summer. Within minutes, the extreme heat combined with their inefficient bio-cooling system can kill them. Yet every Summer, more dogs suffer this horrific death.
Every year, about 2000 Canadians die and about 116,000 suffer a personal injury in car accidents, according to Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Collision Statistics. More than 29 percent of drivers and 25 percent of passengers who die in car accidents, weren’t wearing a seatbelt. If you live in rural Canada, you’re 22 percent more likely […]
We all know the Winter is hard on vehicles, but did you know Summer can be hazardous to your car as well? The relentless sun and heat place unnecessary strain on vehicle systems and damage your interior. Longer drives and heavier loads will also push it to the limit.