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A 95-year-old grandmother just recovered from COVID-19 at a Toronto hospital

More than 15,000 people in Ontario have now beaten COVID-19, according to the Ministry of Health, but it’s safe to say the majority of those people aren’t in their nineties While data made available in this province doesn’t break patients down by their specific ages, we do know that residents in the …

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Dogs rescued from South Korean dog meat farm to be sent to Canada for adoption

More than 70 dogs have been rescued from a dog meat farm in South Korea thanks to the Humane Society International (HSI), all of which will eventually be flown to shelters in Canada and the U.S. and put up for adoption.  The owner of the farm, Nakseon Kim, has been breeding dogs for …

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Canada Officials Just Extended The Stay At Home Order For 3 More Months

Government officials just announced that the Canada County   stay at home order will be extended for three more months. Public Health Director gave the announcement today during a live board meeting. How will this affect your summer plans? He said that the order “with all certainty” will extend through …

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The CNE Is Officially Cancelled For The First Time Since World War II

It was a bad day for fair lovers on Tuesday. The Canadian National Exhibition officially announced that it would not be taking place this year due to COVID-19. This is the first time that the beloved Toronto fair has been cancelled since World War II.  According to a press release that was …

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Most Ontario residents say their mental health has worsened during the pandemic

With each new week of lockdown living logged in our memories, it’s becoming more and more clear just how long the impacts of this pandemic will be felt. Nearly 300,000 lives have already been lost around the world to COVID-19, and analysts predict it could take years for the global economy to bounce …

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Some parts of Ontario are now covered in snow and it looks like winter

The unusual snowfall originally predicted for this weekend hit parts of northern Ontario today, and it has blanketed areas of the region in fresh powder. The unseasonable snowfall is the result of a polar vortex sweeping over the region that’s expected to last throughout today and into the weekend. A thick coating of snow in …

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Police catch 19-year-old Mercedes driver speeding at 308 km/h on the QEW

A teenager driving his dad’s Mercedes at speeds unheard of by local cops is facing street racing and criminal dangerous driving charges after flying by an OPP officer at 308 km/h. OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt says the driver was pulled over on the Queen Elizabeth Way (Hwy 403) Saturday night …

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Plan approved to start Major League Baseball season in July

Opening day may come around after all for Major League Baseball teams this year, according to an Associated Press source who says that owners have drafted a plan to start the 2020 season in early July. Sadly for fans, however, the experience of going to games is going to be …

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Crocodile Rock shuts down permanently after almost 30 years in Toronto

Crocodile Rock, the nightlife destination that’s been a fixture in the Entertainment District for almost three decades, is closing its doors forever. The multi-floor bar with a rooftop patio posted a message to social media earlier today with the news, writing that the ownership group simply couldn’t continue to keep the bar …

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Universities in Canada are preparing to offer most of their courses online for Fall semester

Universities in Canada will be going ahead this fall, but students may be learning primarily through a screen. According to the latest updates from universities across Canada, many post-secondary institutions are now officially gearing up to offer most of their classes online this September. On Monday, McGill University announced that their fall …

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