Canada Post has the important job of delivering mail and packages to families all across the country. But it appears one mailman in Montreal got it a little mixed up and was taking things from one family instead.
The mailman was caught stealing tomatoes from one family's planter and the story was crazy enough to end up on Amercian cable network CNN.
According to CNN when the family first noticed their tomatoes were missing they just assumed it was squirrels but a security camera later revealed the mailman was actually taking a tomato regularly when he came to drop off their mail.
The family demanded an apology from Canada Post, who apparently reached out to them when they were made aware of the situation.
On one Reddit thread, people weren't reacting so much to the story itself, but the "hard-hitting" nature of Canadian news.
Many of those responding said this kind of news is super Canadian and what they aspire to see when they check the news every day, which is fair given the sad and often angering images people are used to seeing on the news all the time.
The young star has 22 RBIs and 7 home runs in 32 games this season, so he doesn't exactly need help with his hitting, but Blue Jays fans will no doubt be excited to see just how good he can be with some meaningful footwear on as well.
If you're a Toronto millennial and you want to own a house, you should've been making nearly $200,000 a year before you were born.
That's according to a new report from the National Bank of Canada (NBC), released on May 4, which breaks down house prices in Toronto and calculates how long it takes to save up for a down payment on condos and non-condos in various Canadian cities.
The NBC reported that buying the average Toronto down payment on a house or non-condo would take an enormous 24.75 years (or 297 months) while on $183,594 yearly household income and putting away 10% each month.
Buying a Toronto condo isn't that much cheaper now, the NBC said; a Toronto household needs to make $125,202 each year and save up for 51 months to snag a down payment according to the data.
But Toronto isn't even the most expensive city on the list — that honour goes to Vancouver, where residents have to save up for over 30 years to put a down payment on a non-condo.
People's Party of Canada (PPC) leader Maxime Bernier was slapped with a penalty of $2,800 on Saturday, after he went ahead with a "Freedom Rally" in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Several events, which Bernier describes as "Freedom Rallies," took place across southern and central Saskatchewan this weekend, with those involved speaking out against the province's latest public health measures.
According to CTV News, the Saskatchewan government and its official opposition, as well as the region's minister of health, urged Bernier to cancel the protests due to COVID-19 concerns.
However, many of the demonstrations went ahead as planned, with Bernier apparently receiving fines of $2,800 for "speaking at the Freedom Rally" in Victoria Park on Saturday, May 7. He later posed with his ticket and smiled, while describing it as "unjust, unjustified and unconstitutional."
Police suggest that around 200 people were present at this particular event. A total of 16 penalties were issued for violations of the Saskatchewan Public Health Order.