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Toronto Pearson becomes world’s first airport to partner with Uber Eats

Travelling through Pearson is about to get a whole lot more delicious. As part of a first-of-its-kind pilot program, Uber Eats will soon be delivering to customers right to their gate at Toronto Pearson Airport. Phone-ordered eats will be available for pickup starting in October at the Terminal 3 International …

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The ROM is offering FREE entry on the third Monday of every month

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is offering Torontonians the perfect reason to ditch their regular Monday night plans. Starting Monday, April 15, the museum will be offering free admission to all visitors, every third Monday evening of the month. On 3rd Monday Nights Free, ROM guests will be able to explore the …

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Amtrak confirms they’re looking into possibility of Chicago-Detroit-Toronto train service

Amtrak is looking to the possibility of expanding its service, and that includes a Chicago/Western Michigan – Detroit – Toronto corridor. According to Amtrak, the train company’s current authorization is set to expire at the end of the 2020 fiscal year, which is on September 30, 2020. With that, Amtrak …

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Calgary is getting a pop-up LEGO-themed bar this September

Odds are it’s been quite some time since you pulled out your LEGO set, called up your friends, and spent hours getting creative. Well, this summer, you’ll have the chance to do all of that, plus drink booze at the LEGO-themed bar that’s coming to Calgary. View this post on …

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Health Canada Issues New Recall Of Claire’s Makeup For Asbestos Contamination Risk

Health Canada recalls Claire’s makeup products for possible asbestos contamination. Health Canada has issued a nation-wide recall on certain Claire’s makeup products for the possible presence of asbestos fibres in product samples from one lot of each product. The recall follows the news of an asbestos warning for Claire’s makeup products by the U.S. …

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Students plan province-wide walkout to protest Doug Ford’s education changes

Students across Ontario will walk out of class Thursday afternoon as part of a province-wide protest against Premier Ford’s recent cuts and changes to the province’s education system. The protest comes weeks after the provincial government announced it is increasing class sizes for high schools, which will go up to 28 students per …

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Canada warming at twice the global rate, leaked report finds

Government report scheduled for release on Tuesday Wildfires like this one in the La Ronge area of Saskatchewan are a greater risk as a result of increased warming in Canada due to climate change. (Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment/ Wildfire Branch/Canadian Press) Canada is, on average, experiencing warming at twice the rate …

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The World Naked Bike Ride is officially returning to Toronto in June

The annual World Naked Bike Ride returns to Toronto this June and will be rolling through downtown on Saturday, June 8, giving you the perfect excuse to strip down. Each year, World Naked Bike Ride protests car culture, the pollution cars make and use of non-renewable energy like oil. Since 2004, cities …

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Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport ranked one of the best in the world

Another day, another top ranking for Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. Just a few short weeks ago, the airport was awarded the title of one of the most scenic landings. And now, PortsToronto announced that YTZ has won a prestigious Skytrax Award. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport was recently named one …

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Air Pollution In Canada Is So Bad It Is Reducing Life Expectancy Nearly As Fast As Smoking

Canadians alone are already losing a quarter-of-a-year of life. The warning of air pollution probably isn’t news to anyone. Chances are you’ve seen the commercials, advertisements, and Environment Canada warnings before. The statements are true: Earth’s air quality is quickly deteriorating, but what exactly does that mean? Well, according to Global News, a …

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