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Ontario Cut Toronto’s Tourism Funding And Torontonians Are Convinced Doug Ford Hates Them

 Yesterday, it was announced that Ford’s Ontario government would be eliminating tourism funding in the two biggest cities in Ontario, Toronto, and Ottawa. This announcement confirmed that $13 million of tourism funding would be cut from the province. Since this announcement, Torontonians are now convinced that Ford hates them and the city …

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Three youths reported missing over the weekend in Toronto

Toronto Police have reported several missing youths over the past weekend. Initially, four were reported missing in different cases, but on Monday morning police reported one had been safely located. Three still remain missing. Eleven-year-old Grant Seraphin was last seen on Saturday, May 4 at approximately 9:55 am, in the Clearview …

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Beautiful cherry blossoms are blooming in Toronto right now (PHOTOS)

@papershadow / Instagram Everybody knows that High Park is the spot to see a bounty of blooming cherry blossoms every spring in Toronto. But don’t forget that there are many other pockets of the city that are showing off these gorgeous pink flowers, too! While rainy weather has pushed back High Park’s peak …

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You Can Eat A Massive 16 Lb Bowl Of Pho At This Spot In Toronto

This might be the world’s large bowl of pho!🍜 cfooodiecaatster Pho-lovers, are you up for the challenge of finishing a giant bowl of pho? In Toronto, there is a restaurant that sells a bowl of pho that is so big that it feeds at least 4 people! At Ginger Pho …

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Ford government slashes provincial funding for Tourism Toronto from $9.5 million to $0

Tourism Toronto’s provincial budget is going from $9.5 million to zero next year. According to Andrew Weir, executive vice president, destination development at Tourism Toronto, they received a phone call advising of the cut, and letting them know their funding is being fully eliminated. “There will be a small amount …

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Opinion: All The Reasons Why Toronto Is Better Than Montreal

It’s just so obvious. The Toronto-Montreal rivalry is real. If you’ve been living under a rock your entire life and don’t believe me, just put on a Leafs jersey and walk around Montreal. (Also, Leafs?! Can we please put an end to this grammatical error??) Or even better, drive into Quebec with …

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You Can Explore This Haunted Ghost Town For A Creepy Adventure In Ontario

Are you brave enough to visit after dark? There are a surprising amount of abandoned ghost towns in Ontario. Many of them became abandoned due to regular causes like losing their main resources or because the residents wanted to relocate to a more prosperous area nearby, but some of them …

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Blaze at York Memorial upgraded to 6-alarm fire, evacuations ordered

ChiefPeggTFS/Twitter The morning blaze at York Memorial Collegiate on Eglinton has been upgraded to a 6-alarm fire. As heavy smoke continues to fill the air, buildings in the area are now being evacuated and additional TTC buses are being brought in for shelter, according to Toronto Fire chief Matthew Pegg. …

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Tim Hortons Poppy Seed Cake Contains Opioids, According To Canada’s Faulty Roadside Saliva Test

The Dräger DrugTest 5000 isn’t exactly off to a great start. Last year the Federal Justice Department approved the implementation of a new roadside drug test in Canada. Since then, the Dräger DrugTest 5000 has spurned a great deal of controversy due to its supposedly wavering accuracy. Canadians have discovered that …

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Smoked salmon recalled across Ontario due to risk of Listeria

DOM RESERVE brand Atlantic Salmon Strips (Hot Smoked) Cracked Black Pepper are being recalled across Ontario due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. The following product has been sold in Ontario. CFIA There have been no reported illnesses associated with the consumption of this product. Still, you should check to see if you have recalled products …

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