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Doug Ford just released his cherry cheesecake recipe

We’ve been getting a lot of news from Premier Doug Ford lately, but his self proclaimed “best cherry cheesecake recipe” might just be the most highly anticipated information he’s released yet. Baking has been a popular hobby in Toronto during the pandemic, so it makes sense that Ford would offer this …

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Toronto just cancelled all major events and festivals until August 31

Welp, there goes summer. The City of Toronto announced on Friday that it will be extending its current prohibtion of all city-led and “city-permitted” events from June 30 to July 31 or August 31, depending on size, in an effort to continue slowing the spread of COVID-19. Events and festivals with more than 250 people …

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Canada Is Looking At Raising The Gathering Limit From 5 To 10 People Next Week

Start making those (tentative) plans! Restrictions on group gatherings might be easing up in Canada. Health Minister Christine Elliott spoke on May 15 during the daily COVID-19 in Canada briefing and shared that the cap size for meet-ups could be raised from 5 to 10 as early as next week. Elliott …

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Nando’s is permanently closing 21 locations across Canada

Nando’s Canada is permanently closing 21 of its locations across Canada due to a sharp decline in sales during COVID-19, the company has announced. The restaurants set to close are all corporate owned-and-operated, and, the company says, have not been commercially viable for some time. Their losses were reportedly only exacerbated by …

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Hudson’s Bay Is Closing Its Stores In Canada After 207 Years

It’s hard to imagine a Canadian brand as iconic as Hudson’s Bay leaving one of its first homes after more than two centuries, but the company is set to close its locations after 207 years. The company announced recently that its stores will be closing this September after being a mainstay in …

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Health Canada issues recall for KN95 face masks made in China

A number of KN95 face masks manufactured in China are the subject of a recall by Health Canada after determining they “pose a health and safety risk to end users”.  Though it’s unclear how many masks have been recalled, Health Canada has determined that KN95 respirators manufactured by dozens of companies …

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Ontario Campgrounds, Marinas & Golf Courses Can Officially Reopen This Weekend

More of the province is opening up! Another step in the recovery process for Ontario! In the May 14 daily briefing on Ontario’s reopening plan, Premier Doug Ford announced that places including campgrounds, marinas, and golf courses can reopen from this weekend. He also added that “stage one” of the …

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Canadians Are Now Allowed To Drink Alcohol In Parks And On Beaches

Summer is fast approaching in Canada and though we already know it won’t look anything like previous summers, Canadians can still try to make the best out of the warm weather while safely practicing social distancing.  That’s exactly what councillors believes, and it’s the reason she’s advocating for residents to be …

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Ontario just reported its lowest number of new COVID-19 patients since March

Ontario is straight up dominating in the fight against COVID-19 right now after more than eight weeks of serious, livelihood-threatening sacrifices on behalf of more than 14.5 million residents. The province’s Ministry of Health reports that only 258 new cases of the novel coronavirus were confirmed on Wednesday, representing the lowest number we’ve seen …

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Ontario Is Getting Summer Heat Next Week & It’ll Feel Like A Sizzling 36C

From winter to summer in just over a week! 😅 We asked and Mother Nature has provided! As the province experiences colder-than-normal weather across the region, some Ontario summer weather is finally expected to kick in this weekend and into next week with temperatures almost reaching the 30-degree mark. But …

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