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Scotiabank Arena transforms into huge kitchen to feed 10K meals a day to healthcare workers

If there’s anything good that has come from this pandemic, it’s the acts of kindness and solidarity that have restored all of our faith in humanity. A large portion of these acts as of late have been efforts to help out frontline healthcare workers, who are sacrificing the most right now to …

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There’s so much demand for flour in Canada right now Robin Hood had to change their packaging

Robin Hood’s flour is getting a major makeover, and it’s even more shocking than some of the quarantine haircuts that are circulating online. The company’s iconic yellow bag has been replaced by a simple, monochrome packaging. “To keep up with the surge in demand, we are temporarily packaging some of our flour …

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You Can Only Shop 2-Day Grocery Delivery In Costco Starting Today

You don’t even have to leave the house to get your groceries! Are you tired of going out, searching through store shelves and waiting in checkout lines? Well, shopping for everyday essentials just got so much easier. Costco two-day delivery for groceries is now officially available across Canada and you can only …

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Canada appalled after video shows someone shoving elderly Asian man in Vancouver convenience store

People in Canada were appalled to see a video showing an unidentified suspect shoving an elderly Asian man at a convenience store in East Vancouver on March 13. Vancouver Police recently released a surveillance video of the horrific incident with the hope that the public will be able to help identify …

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Popular Pizza Pizza In Canada Just Had Its Lease Terminated By Landlord

More and more business all around Canada are receiving eviction notices as the pandemic continues to pummel restaurants and retail spaces, and now it’s claimed a beloved Pizza Pizza. A note posted Pizza Pizza in the Entertainment Districtappears to show that its lease has been terminated. It goes on to specify that the reason for the termination is …

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Here’s what’s happening with meat supply in Canada after huge slaughterhouses shut down

Since the onset of the pandemic, there have been shortages of toilet paper, hand sanitizer and even hair dye as consumers stock up on such much-sought-after items for their indefinite periods of self-isolation. Some experts have speculated that meat may be next on the list of things that are becoming increasingly hard to come by in supermarkets, especially in Canada, …

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Ontario COVID-19 cases spike by 634 in largest single-day increase yet

Provincial health officials are once again reporting the highest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases to date, with 634 new cases for a total of 12,879. This is an increase of 5.2 per cent from the previous report, according to Ontario’s dedicated coronavirus webpage.  Yesterday, health officials reported the province’s lowest single-day increase in days, with …

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Canada Will Put Entire Cities In Quarantine Starting Next Week

Placing an entire cities under quarantine to prevent the spread of a virus is conceivable, enforceable and effective starting next week — experts say. Hoffman said such an extreme quarantine measure is definetly needed in Canada for a number of reasons. He pointed to the federal Quarantine Act that gives …

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Canadians Will Not Be Able To Travel Until 2021 Because Of COVID-19

There’s been another escalation to try and limit the spread of COVID-19 in our country. Canada travel advisory against all non-essential international travel amid the pandemic. So you should reconsider any plans to leave the country at least until 2021. On April 21, it was announced that the government decides to …

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Coronavirus tally rising rapidly in Ontario with 401 new cases confirmed overnight

The 2019 novel coronavirus continues to plague Ontario this week amid a global pandemic outbreak that has so far infected at least 2,793 people locally — 53 of them now dead. Public Health Ontario updated its case tally at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday morning to reflect that 401 new cases of COVID-19 had been …

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