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People in Canada are cancelling Wendy’s over ties to Donald Trump

The people of Twitter have some serious (square) beef with Wendy’s today after learning about a major franchise operator for the fast food giant donating more than $440,000 US Donald Trump’s re-election campaign. As first reported by Business Insider back in May, the U.S. President has received multiple hefty sums from Muy! Companies CEO James Bodenstedt since …

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Ontario Just Officially Extended Its State Of Emergency Until July

So the five-person gathering limit stays in place for now. It’s official. It was announced on Tuesday, June 2 that Ontario’s state of emergency has been extended until the end of June. If needed, that would allow the province to continue enforcing emergency orders like the ban on gatherings of …

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Popular beach in Ontario shuts down for the rest of the summer

At least one Ontario beach will not be reopening this summer as Cobourg Beach is set to remain closed until August 31. The popular day trip destination in Victoria Park Campground won’t see beachgoers arrive this season after local town council voted to keep the beach grounds closed. The move was voted on Monday after a two and …

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Mental health resources for the Black community in Toronto

As the Black Lives Matter movement weighs heavy on the shoulders of the Black community in Toronto and around the world, many are concerned about the mental health and wellbeing of Black people during this time. “This is an overwhelming time for everyone, “ said Donna Alexander in a phone call with …

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Krispy Kreme Canada Is Giving Out Free Doughnuts For An Entire Week This June

Next month is about to get a whole lot sweeter. Krispy Kreme Canada is giving out free doughnuts to celebrate Doughnut Week. So get ready to score free sweets for five days straight! In the past, Krispy Kreme dished out free treats for one day only. But this year, the …

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Doug Ford plans to extend Ontario’s state of emergency until June 30

The province-wide state of emergency that was meant to expire on June 2 will once again be extended, it seems — this time until Canada Day. Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s government is set to ask the legislature on Tuesday to extend the current state of emergency for another 28 days, all the way up until …

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Dangerous Chemical Has Been Found In Tim Hortons Coffee And Food In Canada

Tim Hortons has not had a good year. First, the once-favourite coffee and donut chain suffered a humilating plummet in a national reputation ranking. Soon after, social media erupted in criticism for some of Tim Hortons latest novelty items. Then, last week, the company seized four franchises from an owner who spoke out …

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Tim Hortons In Canada Will Be Handing Out Free Face Masks With Drive Thru Orders In June

So will McDonald’s and A&W locations! As if you needed more of a reason to head to Tim Hortons. On May 29, Health Minister Tyler Shandro announced that Tim Hortons in Canada, McDonald’s, and A&W drive-thrus will be dishing out free face masks to their customers. The distribution of the …

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Planning a Canadian vacation? Some provinces may be off limits. Here’s what you need to know

Shutting provincial borders to fellow Canadians a concern for legal experts, travellers This summer, many Canadians may choose to explore their own country due to closed borders and concerns about contracting COVID-19 while travelling abroad.  “People will be sticking closer to home, going out in the cars because they [have] control. It’s …

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Videos Show The Whale Jumping Out Of The Water Right By The Old Port

2020 is full of surprises. The humpback whale making its way through the Saint Lawrence River has been the talk of the town for the past 24 hours. With good reason of course, as this isn’t something us city go-ers see every day. And now, there’s footage of the whale spotted …

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