Ontario’s Summer Forecast Was Just Revealed & It’s Going To Be A Hot, Stormy Mess

Ontario’s 2022 summer forecast has just been revealed, and it’s going to be Avril Lavigne levels of complicated. According to The Weather Network (TWN), the season will mostly be typical, bringing warmth and humidity to the province, with a chance for things to get as sweaty as a CrossFit gym at times. Residents aren’t likely … Read more

Ottawa’s Weather Might Get ‘Severe’ Thunderstorms & It Could Stall Power Repair

You might want to prepare for another stormy weekend because Ottawa could get hit with some severe thunderstorms, and Hydro Ottawa said it might put a pause on power repairs in the city. On Friday, May 27, the Weather Network said to be on alert for severe thunderstorms across Ontario and Quebec. It also warned … Read more

Toronto’s Weather Forecast Predicts July-Like Temps Next Week & It’ll Be Beach Day Vibes

Toronto may look gloomy right now, but it won’t last. A pattern of sunshine and blistering temperatures are forecast to arrive early next week, and you might want to invest in some sunscreen. According to The Weather Network (TWN), a high-pressure bridge is likely to build this weekend, bringing above-seasonal warmth to southern Ontario. And … Read more

Ontario Is Set To Have Some Of The Warmest Cities In Canada & Here’s How Hot They’ll Be

Higher temperatures are warming up parts of Ontario and we’re starting to get some summer vibes. But there are actually spots that might be some of the hottest in Canada in the near future, and that all depends on our carbon emissions. A recent report by the Intact Center On Climate Adaptation, a research center … Read more

Green bin Ottawa: Environment committee approves green bins in apartment buildings

The city of Ottawa’s environment committee has approved a plan to expand the green bin program to apartment buildings and other multi-unit properties. The city collects garbage and recycling from 2,150 multi-unit buildings and 929 of those currently participating in the green bin program. The plan approved Tuesday, if approved by full city council next … Read more

Montreal Road: Lengthy lane closures begin Sunday

A stretch of Montreal Road will be closed to all but a single lane of westbound traffic for the spring and summer starting Sunday. The city of Ottawa says as of April 24, drivers will only have a single westbound lane open between St. Laurent Boulevard and the Vanier Parkway until approximately mid-September. This is … Read more

Canada’s spring has been cold so far. Why it may linger for longer – National

Canadians longing for consistency in the spring weather may soon get it. However, it’s not shaping up to be the warm weather many may be craving this time of year, says Global News’ chief meteorologist. “Going forward, I’m predicting quite a bit of chilly air that’s going to linger even into the month of May,” … Read more

Firearms stolen from business near Bancroft, Ont.

Ontario Provincial Police are investigating after multiple firearms were stolen from a business near Bancroft, Ont. Police responded to a break and enter at a business on Highway 62 south of Bancroft just after 4:30 am on Saturday. Police say the investigation shows a suspect broke into a business sometime between 3:30 am to 4 … Read more

Ottawa parishioners eager to celebrate Easter services without restrictions

For the first time in three years church doors opened for Easter Sunday without COVID-19 restrictions. “Exciting! It’s a good way to start things up, ”Deborah Kieelly Adam said, on her way into the Notre Dame Basilica in Ottawa on Sunday morning. For the first time since the pandemic began, the vaulted cathedral filled every … Read more

Ottawa weather: A partly cloudy Easter Sunday

It will be a partly cloudy Easter Sunday in Ottawa. There’s a small chance of some scattered flurries Sunday morning, but if any snow does fall, it should melt away quickly. Sunday’s high is 8 C, which is about three degrees cooler than average. The sky should clear by evening, with an overnight low of … Read more