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Your Weather First: The Golden Horseshoe

Your Weather First: The Golden Horseshoe

Your Weather First has the inside scoop on the weather forecast for the GTA and Greater Golden Horseshoe area – directly from The Weather Network’s Forecast Centre meteorologists. The insider info here will help you make better decisions when weather is a factor in your plans.

GTA cyclists: Over 10 kilometres of car-free roads on tap this upcoming weekend

GTA cyclists: Over 10 kilometres of car-free roads on tap this upcoming weekend

Recalling the day when two tornadoes touched down in southern Ontario

Recalling the day when two tornadoes touched down in southern Ontario

2020's hurricane season heads even further into record territory

2020's hurricane season heads even further into record territory

June-like warmth, along with some storm risk, persists across the Prairies

June-like warmth, along with some storm risk, persists across the Prairies

Climber airlifted out of area called 'Certain Death'

Climber airlifted out of area called 'Certain Death'

Hand sanitizer and barbecues are a dangerous combination

Hand sanitizer and barbecues are a dangerous combination

Eight Canadian lakes everyone's got to see

Eight Canadian lakes everyone's got to see

Heading out on a nature walk? Bring this checklist along

Heading out on a nature walk? Bring this checklist along

Farmers cautiously optimistic as spring seeding starts early

Farmers cautiously optimistic as spring seeding starts early

99 per cent of Canada stayed cool in May, here's where it didn't

99 per cent of Canada stayed cool in May, here's where it didn't

The 1997 Miami tornado that looked like a poster from an apocalyptic film

The 1997 Miami tornado that looked like a poster from an apocalyptic film

10 common outdoor plants that are toxic to pets

10 common outdoor plants that are toxic to pets

'This is just scary': N.W.T. flood evacuees watch and wait for river to drop

'This is just scary': N.W.T. flood evacuees watch and wait for river to drop

The highs and lows of chasing severe weather on the Prairies

The highs and lows of chasing severe weather on the Prairies

The guardian of Blackville's tallest historic landmark

The guardian of Blackville's tallest historic landmark

NASA's asteroid-tagging spacecraft has begun its journey home

NASA's asteroid-tagging spacecraft has begun its journey home

Adhere to the three Ts for safety on the water this summer

Adhere to the three Ts for safety on the water this summer

Rare sighting: 'football fish' washes up on California coast

Rare sighting: 'football fish' washes up on California coast

'Out of control' blaze in Manitoba could signal busy wildfire season

'Out of control' blaze in Manitoba could signal busy wildfire season

Hot cicada summer: Billions of bugs set to emerge from underground

Hot cicada summer: Billions of bugs set to emerge from underground

Eagles and owls: Take a tour on one of the best daily walks in Canada

Eagles and owls: Take a tour on one of the best daily walks in Canada

Plant that causes third-degree burns about to bloom in Canada

Plant that causes third-degree burns about to bloom in Canada

Study: Pandemic motorists are driving faster, causing a noise pollution spike

Study: Pandemic motorists are driving faster, causing a noise pollution spike

TICK SEASON: 5 little-known facts pet owners should know

TICK SEASON: 5 little-known facts pet owners should know

Painful, itchy, blistering rash: What you need to know about poison ivy

Painful, itchy, blistering rash: What you need to know about poison ivy

Basic rules of hiking etiquette can help you stay safe

Basic rules of hiking etiquette can help you stay safe

Here's why experts advise against feeding wildlife

Here's why experts advise against feeding wildlife

Salmon fry released in B.C. river to help restore population after landslide

Salmon fry released in B.C. river to help restore population after landslide

COVID-19 could end our dependence on cars — if we ‘build back better’

COVID-19 could end our dependence on cars — if we ‘build back better’

GTA cyclist forecast: Fantastic news for commuters coming later this week

GTA cyclist forecast: Fantastic news for commuters coming later this week

Sputtering spring finally surges back to life across Canada

Sputtering spring finally surges back to life across Canada

How improper farming methodology and drought caused the catastrophic Dust Bowl

How improper farming methodology and drought caused the catastrophic Dust Bowl

700 people in Fort Simpson, N.W.T., displaced by flood, mayor says

700 people in Fort Simpson, N.W.T., displaced by flood, mayor says

Pattern shift signals spring's forthcoming return to Ontario with warm-up

Pattern shift signals spring's forthcoming return to Ontario with warm-up

'Extraordinary': Fossils of nine Neanderthals unearthed in Italy cave

'Extraordinary': Fossils of nine Neanderthals unearthed in Italy cave

Tree poaching on Vancouver Island prompts spike in forest patrols

Tree poaching on Vancouver Island prompts spike in forest patrols

This lunar telescope could pull back the curtain on the cosmic dark ages

This lunar telescope could pull back the curtain on the cosmic dark ages

Can mosquitoes and ticks spread COVID-19?

Can mosquitoes and ticks spread COVID-19?

The countdown to peak tick season has arrived

The countdown to peak tick season has arrived

Looking for a vaccine? Text this number for nearby clinics

Looking for a vaccine? Text this number for nearby clinics

'Extreme' drought in parts of Saskatchewan: Ag Canada

'Extreme' drought in parts of Saskatchewan: Ag Canada

Andres, the earliest tropical storm of the eastern Pacific holds on

Andres, the earliest tropical storm of the eastern Pacific holds on

Turtles are out more than ever this time of year. How you can protect them

Turtles are out more than ever this time of year. How you can protect them

The Amazon has emitted more carbon than it absorbed since 2010, study says

The Amazon has emitted more carbon than it absorbed since 2010, study says

Recalling the 2010 tornado outbreak that hit Oklahoma and neighbouring states

Recalling the 2010 tornado outbreak that hit Oklahoma and neighbouring states

Over 800 turtles rescued from storm drains, housed at university

Over 800 turtles rescued from storm drains, housed at university

Burn ban expands across more of southern Manitoba

Burn ban expands across more of southern Manitoba

A not-so-ideal forecast for Moms across Canada on Mother's Day

A not-so-ideal forecast for Moms across Canada on Mother's Day

A dreary, windy Mother's Day in Atlantic Canada as rain tapers off

A dreary, windy Mother's Day in Atlantic Canada as rain tapers off

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