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Check Your Tickets Because Someone Won The Lotto Max $70 Million Jackpot Last Night

A bunch of Maxmillions were won, too. Someone in Canada is now a Lotto Max winner and $70 million richer because of the massive jackpot, so check your tickets! For the draw on February 26, a winning ticket for the biggest prize offered was…

Canada Has Now Gone More Than A Year Without A Case Of Measles

Dr. Tam shared this “good news.” There hasn’t been a measles outbreak in Canada recently and the country has gone more than a year without a single case of the disease. Dr. Theresa Tam shared the news about this milestone on Twitter. She said…

Someone flew a drone to get footage over Toronto’s hidden floating home village

A drone enthusiast got a bird’s-eye view over Toronto’s hidden floating home village and a look at how the homes fare in an icy Lake Ontario. The video posted on Reddit was shot on the long weekend, the poster CNDSTUDMAN told blogTO. The videographer…

Jagmeet Singh Wants Millions Of Canadians To Have Access To Free Dental Care ASAP

Many Canadians have lost dental benefits due to COVID-19. Jagmeet Singh is calling on the prime minister to implement free dental care in Canada for the “millions” of Canadians who have no coverage. In a tweet shared on February 2, the NDP leader urged the Liberal…

Canada’s New Travel Rules Are Starting Tomorrow & Here’s What That Means

Travellers will need to get prepared! 🧳 On Monday, February 22, Canada’s new travel rules will kick in. This means anybody entering the country via air will need to be extra-prepared to avoid any issues when they land. From this date onwards,…

Toronto’s Doctor Says That We Are Currently ‘In A Transition From One Pandemic To Another’

Toronto’s top doctor says that the city isn’t ready to loosen restrictions just yet.  Instead, Dr. Eileen de Villa, medical officer of health, told reporters on Monday that the city is now transitioning from “one pandemic to another.” During her remarks, de Villa…

Toronto will stay in full lockdown for at least two more weeks

After more than six weeks under the strictest form of pandemic lockdown we’ve experienced to date, Ontario is ready to begin reopening its economy once again. It will happen slowly and it will happen gradually, according to the provincial government — and Toronto…

Justin Trudeau Shared A Hilarious Photo For His Daughter’s Birthday & Even Drew Her A Card

“Papa Justin” is quite the artist. For his daughter’s birthday, Justin Trudeau’s post included a hilarious photo and he even drew her a card that’s pretty impressive. To celebrate Ella-Grace, he shared a snap of the two of them and his oldest kid,…

People in Toronto mistaking U of T Anthropology department for Anthropologie store

The names may sound alike but the U of T Anthropology department doesn’t sell overpriced look-alike heirlooms or pseudo-bohemian blouses. That doesn’t stop people from calling the university’s Anthropology department on a fairly regular basis looking for Anthropologie, the clothing and lifestyle store…

Someone in Toronto is secretly collecting valentines for seniors in long-term care homes

Sometimes the world isn’t such a terrible place. An unknown local Toronto resident is collecting Valentine’s Day cards for seniors in long-term care homes. Trinity Bellwoods Flea Market posted a picture to Instagram of a plastic bag stappled to a telephone poll with a…