Tag: Warm

Hot And Healthy Meals For Cold Days

While we might not be seeing any cold like we had a few weeks ago again this winter, it’s not exactly going to be warm. So if you’re looking to warm up on the inside you might like to indulge

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Chicago Restaurant Owner Buys Out Street Vendors Stock Because Of Cold – GNSOTD Thur, Feb. 11th 2021

The North East of the United States often sees cold snaps in winter. When it is sitting at -12 in Chicago and you can see your breath in the air, you have to feel for those who are stuck outside.

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A Pair Of Tow-Truck Operators Opened A 24-hour Centre For Homeless People – GNSOTD Mon, Dec. 21st 2020

Last March, when the pandemic had just begun, the City of North Bay closed its only warming centre out of fear that the virus would spread among the local homeless population. That night the temperature dropped to -20. It left

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Heat Warning In Effect Until Wednesday Evening, June 10th 2020 – Updated

Environment Canada has issued a Heat warning through until the evening of Wednesday, June 10th. That is because temperatures are expected to be in the dangerous range. The Warning reads: Heat event continues today. Temperatures today will reach 30 or

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Updated: Heat Warning In Effect From Monday May 25th to Wednesday May 27th

We are in the midst of our first heat event of the year; as anyone who doesn’t have AC or stepped outside yesterday can attest to! This is looking to continue until Wednesday night when, according to Environment Canada, things

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Scarf Bombing A Good Thing In Golden Valley – GNSOTD Tues, Jan 28th 2020

Scarf-bombings are believed to have originated four years ago in Ottawa, Ontario, with a do-gooder tying knitted scarves around statues with a note that said the scarves were free to those who needed them. Scarves were later found wrapped around lamp posts

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