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This is what Trinity Bellwoods looks like on its first weekend with social distancing circles

It’s the first weekend in Trinity Bellwoods Park where visitors can test out the new social distancing circles at one of Toronto’s most popular green spaces, and for all intents and purposes, it’s been a hit.  The white circles, which were painted by City of Toronto staff earlier this week as a pilot project, …

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Another worker tests positive for COVID-19 at a Loblaws store in Toronto

Loblaws wrote to inform customers that a worker tested positive for COVID-19 at yet another store recently. The worker tested positive for a presumptive test, and was last in the store on May 26. Customers who recently transacted at the 50 Musgrave location of Loblaws near Victoria Park and Gerrard were notified of …

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A Whale Was Spotted Swimming Past Montreal In The Saint Lawrence River (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Montrealers near the water may have gotten a big surprise. Montrealers looking toward the Saint Lawrence River might have gotten a big surprise. The Groupe de recherche et d’éducation sur les mammifères marins (GREMM) has confirmed that a humpback whale swam past Montreal up the Saint Lawrence River on Saturday. The whale …

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GoodLife’s New Booking System Is So Strict & You Get Locked Out If Don’t Show Up

You better be there and be there on time! When the GoodLife Fitness reopening happens you’ll have to book your workout appointments and the system is really strict. If you’re a no show, you’ll actually get locked out from booking. GoodLife announced that locations are set to open up in some provinces in June …

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Protesters Filled Up Toronto’s Christie Pits Park For Regis Korchinski-Paquet (VIDEOS)

They’re on the move. People are coming out and standing together in solidarity. The Justice for Regis protest has people filling up Christie Pits Park in Toronto. Protesters then began their march through the city to Queen’s Park. On May 30, people started filling up the park at around 2:00 p.m. to …

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Anti-lockdown protest in Toronto draws smallest crowd in weeks

The crowd that assembled at Queen’s Park Saturday was a sad-looking one compared to weekends past.  After five consecutive weekends of gathering at Queen’s Park, a group of protestors gathered outside of Ontario’s legislature once again, though the group this afternoon was significantly smaller than what we’ve seen here in …

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Canadian man arrested by police after racist rant caught on video

A man in Canada has been arrested for hate crimes after hurling racial slurs at a family in their Brampton home. A rattling five-part video was posted to Twitter this week showing the incident n question. Edited together from footage taken by what looks to be a porch cam and a cell …

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Canadians Could See The SpaceX Ship Chasing The International Space Station Tonight

As long as the launch is a go. Canadians should look to the skies tonight for a visual treat. The International Space Station will be making a pass high above the country, and it will be visible among the stars. People might even be able to see the SpaceX shuttle chasing after …

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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 dessert giant decided to …

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These are the Service Ontario offices open right now

Service Ontario offices are open again across the province. Many centres closed for in-person service in April but now that the province is starting to open up, a number of Service Ontario locations are open with reduced hours. Still, the government is urging us not to visit a centre unless it’s absolutely necessary. Staff expressed concerns when the Service Ontario centre at 777 Bay …

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