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Some of you are lucky enough to see animals, amphibians, reptiles and more while driving around Ontario. But unfortunately, those picture-perfect moments of catching the animals in the wild aren't always so pretty because, apparently, drivers kill over a million animals every year in the province.

If you were to think about the most at-risk animal trying to make its way from one side of the road to the other, who would you think of? A goose, deer, raccoon, chicken, maybe?

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A list of the most dangerous roads in the world has been released by insurance company Budget Direct and one stretch of highway in Canada made the cut.

As it turns out, the Trans-Canada Highway between Revelstoke and Golden is apparently the most dangerous road in Canada. According to the study, there were 38 fatal crashes on this stretch of road in just nine years between 2004 and 2013.

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An Ontario man who thought a child had been kidnapped almost caused an Amber Alert to be issued before it was realized that he had just forgotten what car he had been driving.

On Sunday, Waterloo police received a report from an allegedly impaired 49-year-old Fergus man claiming that a white Jaguar a child had been sitting in had been stolen from a parking lot near King Street South and Wellington Street West.

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While there are many different ways to break distracted driving laws in Canada, we're all familiar with the fact that you can't be on your phone while behind the wheel.  

Alberta RCMP took to Facebook on Tuesday, March 9 to reflect upon a whopping 148 distracted driving tickets that they issued between February 22 and 28.* 

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Canada's distracted driving laws vary slightly from province to province. 

According to Canada Drives, offences across the country include talking on the phone, programming a GPS, texting or emailing, eating or drinking, reading, grooming, watching videos, and smoking or vaping

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