When you order coffee, is mocha your go-to favourite? If you can't get enough of the mix of espresso and cocoa, then we have a treat you need to try. New Tiramisu Oreos have hit the shelves in Canada, and they are a coffee lover's dream come true.
Recently, the cookie brand has been releasing so many mouthwatering treats, and we want to try them all. After devouring too many super cute pink egg-shaped cookies for Easter, it's time to try the latest limited-edition flavour.
The new cookies taste like the classic Italian dessert tiramisu. If you've ever tried to make tiramisu, you'll quickly realize it can be a lot of work getting it not to be a soggy mess.
You'll need to soak ladyfingers with coffee, and then layer it with mascarpone and cocoa. The whole process can be rather time-consuming.
But with this new limited-edition flavour, you can skip all those steps and open the box to enjoy the delicious blend of espresso and chocolate.
Opening the box, you'll find that these new tiramisu flavoured cookies have the classic crisp chocolate base that we all love. But it's the inside where they shake things up.
Inside, it's double stuffed, with two different types of frosting. There's one layer of the yummy original frosting and then an extra heaping of tiramisu icing.
All the tastes combined make for a seriously incredible snack.
Just be warned, it is so good you might finish half the box in one sitting.
Forget your glass slippers, and grab your hiking boots. These enchanting Ontario hiking trails look straight out of a fairy tale.
Across the province, there are so many magical hikes that will have you feeling like the star of a Disney movie. From a tiny bird village that looks like it belongs in Snow White to a giant tree with a smiling face, you definitely will want to discover these spots for yourself.
Why You Need To Go: Exploring Crawford Lake Conservation Area is like stepping into an enchanted forest. Here, you can't help but marvel at all the charming wood carvings of animals and birds along the path.
Why You Need To Go: The boardwalk isn't the only thing to see in Mer Bleu Conservation Area. Along Trail 50, you can find a bird village with tiny houses, churches and restaurants hanging from the tree.
As of May 8, 2021, over $1 million worth of COVID-19 fines has been processed by ICBC. Meanwhile, only $172,825 of those tickets have been paid according to a press release from the province of B.C. This accounts for only 14% of the total.
As seen in the data, people aren't exactly jumping to pay their COVID-19 fines. As a result, the province proposed new legislation on Wednesday, May 12 that would result in people with unpaid COVID-19 fines being unable to renew their B.C. driver's licence or vehicle license.
"That small minority of persons who have been fined for violating the rules in place to protect us all are going to be held accountable for the debt they owe," said Mike Farnworth, the B.C. minister of public safety and solicitor general.
"We've already moved up the deadline for sending unpaid COVID-19 fines to collections. Now, we're going to refuse to issue offenders a driver's licence or vehicle licence if they still won't take their tickets seriously and pay up."
If passed, these new rules will start in July and they will apply to all outstanding fines issued under the Emergency Program Act and COVID-19 Related Measures Act.
"People with outstanding fines will receive notice of the RTI from ICBC ahead of their driver's licence expiry and vehicle license renewal," said the press release.