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Ontarians Won't Stop Driving With Completely Snowed-Out Windshields (PHOTOS)

Not clearing snow from your car can cost you $110.

If you're an Ontario driver, it's time to pull out your snow brush. 

Police across the province are now warning of the dangers of driving with a snow-covered windshield after multiple incidents have been reported. 

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With most of the province being buried in snow this week, it seems some drivers were eager to get back on the road. 

York Regional Police took to Twitter on Thursday to showcase one driver who had their entire front windshield blocked by the accumulation. 

The OPP also caught a few drivers heading down the road with a limited view. 

Officers are now reminding drivers that they can get charged for this offence. 

In fact, some of these rule-breakers have already received a $110 fine. 

Someone apparently was racing against time. One Ontarian was stopped by police twice in just three minutes for how fast they were going.

According to Ontario Provincial Police, the driver was first stopped for going 40 km/hr over the posted speed limit. Only minutes later, officers with the Collingwood OPP detachment stopped the vehicle again but this time for going 50 km/hr over.

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Toronto's Weather Forecast Says The City Will Be Hit With 5 Days Of Snow This Week

The 6ix could see up to 6 centimetres of snow this weekend.

It's time to bundle up! Toronto's weather forecast is calling for heaps of snow this week and you might want to stay indoors.

According to the Weather Network, the 6ix can expect to get hit by some flurries five days this week. The city is forecasted to get just under 1 centimetre of snow through Monday night, followed by 1 to 3 centimetres on Tuesday.

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Two people have been arrested and charged "in relation to a security breach of the COVID-19 immunization system," according to OPP.

Ontarians reported receiving scam messages after accessing services through the COVID-19 vaccine system to book appointments or access vaccine certificates, according to reports made to the Ontario government earlier this week.

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Police are investigating after a man was discovered inside of a stranger's home.

On November 20, a homeowner in Norfolk County woke up to find a strange male in their bedroom, who was definitely not invited, holding a flashlight.

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