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Toronto Islands reopen to the public this weekend as ferry service resumes

Sign up for our free email newsletter. Unsubscribe anytime or contact us for details.ShareTweetSave this Article Just in time for what’s expected to be a blazing hot pre-holiday weekend, the City of Toronto is at long last resuming public ferry service to the Toronto Islands. Mayor John Tory announced the news Wednesday morning …

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The Toronto Zoo is officially reopening this weekend

The Toronto Zoo is reopening this weekend after months of closure. The Zoo tweeted yesterday that it’s reopening this Saturday, June 27, for early member access. We're very excited to welcome back members to the Zoo beginning June 27th! 🦁 We are still finalizing details, but please check your email in the coming days …

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Niagara Is Getting An Underground Tunnel Experience That Will Take You Right To The Falls

The tunnel will open in 2022. Niagara is one of Ontario’s must-visit destinations. From ziplines to waterfall ferries, there are tons of things to do and see. Soon, there will be yet another reason to visit the area. A massive new attraction is in the works, and it will take …

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Burger King Has New KD Bites & They’re Deep-Fried Cheesy Canadian Goodness

Ketchup or no ketchup? Canadians and Kraft Dinner go together like, well, macaroni and cheese. Now we’ll have another way to enjoy the classic treat from the blue box. Burger King KD bites have just launched in Canada, and they’re the mouthwatering lockdown snack we’ve all been waiting for. These delicious bites …

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Walmart Canada is selling an All Lives Matter shirt and people are furious

Walmart Canada has come under fire for stocking a shirt with the racist statement — ‘All Lives Matter’.  Many have taken to social media to express their outrage and disappointment over the sale of the black t-shirt, which can be found on their online store for $23.34. People are now calling for the shirt’s removal from …

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Ontario updates math curriculum to include personal finance and coding skills

Sign up for our free email newsletter. Unsubscribe anytime or contact us for details.ShareTweetSave this Article After more than 10 years of watching standardized math scores decline across the province, Ontario is changing a major part of its elementary school curriculum to better equip kids for the future. Eat your hearts out, …

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Movie theatres are reopening in Canada and here’s what they look like

Movie theatres are reopening across Canada, and it’s hard to say what the most exciting part is: the movie itself, or unashamedly eating handfuls of buttery popcorn once more. Although Cineplex has remained tight-lipped about the safety protocols that are in place for its reopening on June 26, Landmark Cinemas has provided insight into what movie-lovers …

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Canada Will Now Start Teaching Coding & Personal Finance In Grade 1

On June 23 some big updates are coming for grades 1 to 8 in these provinces: Ontario,Newfoundland and Labrador,Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia,Manitoba starting in September in Canada. Most notably, this change includes introducing coding skills and finance terms starting as young as grade 1. According …

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Health Canada issues recall for several hand sanitizers

Health Canada has recalled three additional hand sanitizer brands that contain industrial-grade ethanol which has not been authorized to use in sanitizers in Canada. The industrial-grade ethanol in the products contains impurities that are not found in the type of ethanol that’s usually used in hand sanitizers, Health Canada said in an …

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Canada Was Ranked As One Of The Safest Countries In The World During COVID-19

Canada rated higher than countries like Norway and Denmark. Canada is a good place to call home right now. A new ranking just found that Canada has been one of the safest countries in the world during COVID-19. While our country didn’t quite crack the top 10, we’re just a few spots …

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