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Raptors fans who camped in line at Jurassic Park for 3 days surprised with FREE tickets to the game (VIDEO)

Fans in line for Jurassic Park since Friday were treated to one heck of a surprise. Instead of watching the Toronto Raptors play from the viewing party outside of the stadium as planned, they’re going to see Game 5 of the NBA Finals live from inside Scotiabank Arena. Four Raptors …

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Liberals reveal plan to ban all single-use plastics in Canada

Justin Trudeau made an announcement this morning that his government intends to ban single-use plastics by the year 2021. The move follows a plan by the European Union to ban single-use plastic cutlery, straws, sticks, plastic bags, and cotton swabs. The announcement, which was made in Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec on Monday morning, …

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Fans to be the official singer(s) of ‘O Canada’ at Raptors Game tonight

Toronto Raptors fans will be taking the mic for tonight’s Canadian anthem. And this may not come as a surprise to many. When Alessia Cara sang the anthem for Game 2 of the NBA Finals, the fans took over. So this time, the NBA has decided in advance that the fans …

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TTC streetcar derails onto sidewalk after crash at King and University

ColdFusion15/Twitter A TTC streetcar has derailed during this morning’s rush hour. According to Toronto Police, they are are investigating after an SUV and streetcar crashed, causing it to derail at King Street West and University Avenue. The intersection is fully closed at this time. The TTC’s Stuart Green calls this …

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Free outdoor movies Vancouver 2019 at Stanley Park schedule

One of Vancouver’s favourite summertime events is back as free outdoor movies return to Stanley Park this July and August for the festival’s 11th anniversary. The Evo Summer Cinema Series returns to the Grand Lawn at Ceperley Meadows near second beach every Tuesday from July 2 to August 20. To …

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Adults-only, after-dark parties are coming back to Playland this summer

Sure, Playland is fun during the day, but it’s when the sun goes down that adults are invited to come have a little fun of their own, during the Playland Nights series this summer. Every Friday in July, Playland is hosts evenings dedicated to adults-only (19+) amusement, complete with food, drinks, games, and …

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Here’s everything you should check out at Pride in Toronto this month

Pride Toronto Month has officially begun. And leading up to the big festival weekend, which runs June 21 to 23, the city is celebrating with inclusive events throughout the community. With a jam-packed calendar of family-friendly events to adult-only parties, here’s our guide to Pride Toronto events you shouldn’t miss. And be sure …

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Admission to all Parks Canada places are FREE on Canada Day (PHOTOS)

There truly is no better way to celebrate Canada Day than by exploring our beautiful country. And it just so happens that Parks Canada is making it even easier for Canadians to escape the city and head off the beaten path by offering free admission to all of its national parks …

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Quebec issues warning on several raspberry products due to norovirus risk

Several bakeries, dépanneurs and grocery stores sold products at risk of contamination The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ) has issued a warning list of raspberry and raspberry products that may have been contaminated by the norovirus.  Several cases of illness have already been reported to the ministry. Those who have products on …

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McDonald’s is offering $1 ice cream cones across Canada for most of the summer

Check the couch cushions for some loose change, because your findings can get you a sweet treat at McDonald’s! Starting June 4, the golden arches will be slingin’ their famous soft-serve ice cream cones for $1 plus tax. And the deal is on until September 2. Which means that for …

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