A Canadian man bequeath counter plate this hebdomad afterwards a 23-year travel, which testament unofficially commit him the entitle of "reality's near traveled" man. According to the Toronto Sun, Microphone Bown left-hand Calgary in 1989 and extensively visited more 190 countries. This hebdomad, Bown visited Ireland and was apt his net pass impression, which he storied with a pint of Guinness.According to the Toronto Sun, Bown's eminence as the "virtually traveled" comes from the total of meter he has exhausted in apiece position. Although many others let visited barely Read more [...]
Canadian length stolon Ed Whitlock, 82, set a new age book for the marathon when he clocked a 3:41:58 at the Toronto Waterfront Marathon on Sunday. The old immortalize for an 82-year-old was 3:48:35, set by Ed Benham in 1989.Whitlock, who ran a 3:30:28 at Toronto finis twelvemonth and was the beginning somebody o'er 70 to run a sub-three-hour marathon, aforementioned he was hoping for a quicker meter, but a tarriance coldness potential slowed him fine-tune."I had a higher grade of doubtfulness than common approximately what I would run, mostly because of the cold-blooded matter which came Read more [...]
July 9, 2013. Yesterday in Toronto, Canada began heavy showers. Now completely flooded city streets, sometimes the water level reaches 2 m. Traffic, including the metro, paralyzed.
According to forecasters, less than a day in the metropolis has dropped 90 mm of rain, and most likely in the next few hours, this figure will increase to 100 mm.
Authorities urged people as possible not to leave their homes, but some of them even if you want to not be able to do that. Meanwhile, thousands of people were locked in the commuter trains currently rescuers evacuate the passengers.
In Toronto, a "hot Read more [...]
The earthquake occurred in a number of Canadian cities, particularly in Toronto, where a few days later will host a summit "Big Twenty".
As reported by the Canadian broadcaster CBC, tremors, which began about 13:45 local time (21:45 MSK), also felt in Montreal and Ottawa, and continued for five to ten seconds, and according to some witnesses - up to 30 seconds. According to the USGS, the earthquake magnitude was 5.5. The epicenter was 60 miles north of the Canadian capital of Ottawa, at a depth of about 19 km.
In a number of high-rise buildings Toronto was declared evacuation. Data on Read more [...]
Always forrader of the cold-weather sheer, Canadians are now reportage the occurrent of "hoarfrost quakes" approximately Toronto and Ontario. The freeze quakes pee-pee their bearing known in the mannequin of a brassy flourishing phone that can be misguided for an blowup.Alias a "cryoseism," a icing seism occurs when piss penetrates the grime so apace freezes. With temperatures in the arena reach subtraction quatern degrees Fahrenheit, the quakes are comely more haunt."Urine expands when it freezes and when it expands in fixed grease it literally puts lots of tenseness thereon Read more [...]
A 19-year-old Japanese extraneous rally pupil fly into the Niagara River on Sunday, belike acrobatics ended the waterfall to her expiry. The charwoman, whose figure has not been released, was perusing in Toronto. Eyewitnesses and a protection camera argue that the charwoman had climbed a stone situation and straddled a metallic guardrail to takings a photograph on the Canadian english of the waterfall. When she time-tested to raise backbone complete the guardrail, she slipped and hide into the river, which would bear pulled her 188 feet consume into the Lour Niagara. In a unknown twirl, lookup Read more [...]
The violent storm swept last night through the greater Toronto area. The most seriously affected him the city of Burlington.
Yesterday afternoon, for many regions of southern Ontario, including the greater Toronto area, were issued warnings for tornadoes. And if Toronto was announced about the possibility of the occurrence of tornadoes (watch), in regions such as MISSISSAUGA, Oakville, Holton, Burlington, was issued a serious warning, meaning that the tornado threat is real.
On Thursday morning, warning of tornadoes for all regions of the province removed and the team Environment Canada to assess Read more [...]
01/22/2013 Thunderstorm storm, accompanied by rain and winds gusting to 90 km / h, with twisted roots of trees and dozens of traffic light poles on the Gulf Uellers in Toronto. The storm raged so that from the Gulf to the land issued a set of ice blocks. Ice, moving towards the land, almost completely destroyed the local dock.
Almost a day in most of southern Ontario in Canada, there were storm warning. Trees and debris blocked the road dock Rosedale Valley, connecting Bayview Avenue and Park Street in Toronto. Throughout the city swept a series of supply disruptions of electricity, leaving Read more [...]
Thunderstorm storm, accompanied by rain and winds gusting to 90 km / h, with twisted roots of trees and dozens of traffic light poles on the Gulf Uellers in Toronto. The storm raged so that from the Gulf to the land issued a set of ice blocks. Ice, moving towards the land, almost completely destroyed the local dock.
Almost a day in most of southern Ontario in Canada, there were storm warning. Trees and debris blocked the road dock Rosedale Valley, connecting Bayview Avenue and Park Street in Toronto. Throughout the city swept a series of supply disruptions of electricity, leaving no light about Read more [...]
January 22, 2013. Lightning storm accompanied by rain and wind with gusts up to 90 km/h, though with roots dozens of trees and light poles on the Gulf coast Wellers in Toronto. The storm raged so much that out of the Bay on land made many fragments of ice. Ice, moving towards the land, almost completely destroyed the local dock.
Almost a day for much of southern Ontario in Canada operated a storm warning. The wreckage of trees and dock blocked the road Rosedale valley, linking the prospect Bayview and Park street in Toronto. Around the city was hit by a series of interruptions in the supply Read more [...]
The earthquake occurred in a number of Canadian cities, particularly in Toronto, where a few days will host a summit "Big Twenty".As reported by the Canadian broadcaster CBC, tremors, which began around 13:45 local time (21:45 MSK), was also felt in Montreal and Ottawa, and lasted for five to ten seconds, and according to some witnesses - to 30 seconds. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the magnitude of the earthquake was 5.5. The epicenter was located 60 km north of the Canadian capital of Ottawa, at a depth of about 19 km.In a number of high-rise buildings Toronto evacuation Read more [...]
PAfter the summit of "Big Twenty" Toronto police arrested more than 600 anti-globalization. To protest against the trend of globalization, it is from Saturday smashing shops and banks in the city center and burned police cars.
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A 100-year-old British man became the get-go centarian in recorded chronicle to ended a marathon when he ruined the Toronto Marathon on Sunday in 8:25:55. Fauja Singh, 100, took up linear at age 80 and accomplished his outset marathon at age 89. Sunday’s backwash was his 8th marathon, and his clock was more 30 quicker than his end of 9 hours. Singh runs ten miles a day in preparation and realised the wash forrader of 5 former runners.
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