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Est-ce un avion? Est-ce un camion? Est-ce un éléphant évadé d'un zoo? Ce bruit assourdissant et les secousses qui ont retenti hier soir, le 14 novembre, sont en fait le résultat d'un tremblement de terre.

Séismes Canada a confirmé qu'un tremblement de terre de magnitude 3,7 sur l'échelle de Richter a secoué le secteur de la Rive-Nord à 21 h 23. Cependant, les secousses ont été ressenties jusque dans la métropole.

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The Manchineel Tree holds the title of being the deadliest tree in the world, and it's located in the Florida Keys, as well as in the Everglades. If you come across it, you'll most likely see a warning sign advising you not to touch it.

It also reads to not even be near it when it rains, as the sap is extremely poisonous.

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Alicia Silverstone hasn't been shy about her unusual parenting style over the years, but her latest revelation about sleeping arrangements with her son is making the internet cringe.

During a recent interview with The Ellen Fisher Podcast, Silverstone revealed that she still sleeps in the same bed as her son, Bear Blu Jarecki, who is 11 years old.

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Summers are for exploring, spending quality time with the family, and getting outdoors wherever and whenever possible. With school out, the learning doesn't have to stop for you and your family. Ontario is full of natural playgrounds with plenty of fun and educational activities like interpretive trails, self-guided tours and more.

Ontario is home to some of Canada's best museums as well, which are bursting with fascinating things to do and see during this summer break. Whether you want to spend the day exploring exhibitions, take the weekend to marvel at provincial parks or set aside a few hours to take an interpretive tour, you have plenty of opportunities to be entertained and learn something at the same time.

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From sprawling provincial parks, rich with natural beauty, to hikes and trails that lead to world-famous views, the stunning landscapes and spectacular adventures of this western province are second to none. The only problem? Everyone knows it.

As tourism in the Canadian Rockies rapidly increases year over year, it's becoming harder and harder to catch a moment to yourself at well-travelled and sought-after destinations like Lake Louise and Banff. The good news is Alberta is home to several hidden gems without the crowds that are just waiting to be discovered like secluded prairies, towering mountains and crystal clear lakes.

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