One man decided to get creative when it came to making an Ontario Zamboni this month. 

With only a cooler and a wet towel, the invention was a great makeshift way to resurface the man's hockey rink. 

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A clip, shared by the Weather Network, showcases the ingenious invention which appears to be made from just the two household objects. 

The whole thing appears to be held together with a bright orange ratchet strap. 

A man can be seen proudly dragging the invention around what looks to be a homemade rink.

The hilarious footage was captured by Janet Butler of Collingwood, Ontario on January 17. 

As it turns out, people in this province really know how to put their heads together in the winter.

Earlier this month, a senior dog in Ontario was taught to sled after being diagnosed with a condition that affects her balance.

This magical Christmas market in Ontario feels like a trip to the North Pole. Mackinnons Brothers Brewing Company in Bath has become a magical Christmas destination, complete with a market, wagon rides, Christmas carollers, and Santa himself.

Here you'll be able to sip on holiday drinks like hot chocolate and eggnog. Or, if you are in the mood for something naughtier, they have spiked coffee and festive cocktails.

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Toronto Is Changing Vaccine Certificate Rules For Indoor Sports This Fall

If you want to play ball, you might need to be vaccinated.

If you're unvaccinated and playing an indoor sport, you might not be for long.

Toronto Public Health announced on Friday that individuals 12 years or older will need to show proof of vaccination to participate in indoor sports starting November 1.

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A GoFundMe fundraiser for 22-month-old Inayah's family has already raised $14,937 of its $15,000 goal, as of Tuesday morning.

The young child died this past weekend after falling from a balcony near Lyle Street and King Street, according to police.

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Ontario Provincial Police captured a random horse in Lanark County early this morning after it was spotted wandering around a highway.

Police responded to the traffic hazard on Highway 7 east of Perth at around 3:15 a.m. on Friday, according to a post on Twitter.

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