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Scam Alert: Beware of Personalised Letters Bearing Canada Post Stamp Claiming to Send Inheritance From Hong Kong

Yesterday, a To Do Canada staff member in Toronto received a personalised letter with Canada Post stamp claiming to be from Bank of China’s Hong Kong branch…. Read more »

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Ontario Announces Deadlines For Renewing Driver’s Licences, Health Cards and Licence Plate Stickers

Ontario is reinstating renewal requirements for government ids and licences that would have expired on or after March 1, 2020. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Ontario extended renewal… Read more »

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What You Need to Know About Ontario’s COVID-19 Vaccine Certification Program Effective Sept 22nd

Ontario has announced that the province will implement a vaccine certificate program to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Starting September 22nd, Ontarians and visitors will… Read more »

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IKEA Hosting In-Store Festival Across Canada Offering Discounts and Workshops This Month

Ikea will be hosting a festival featuring musicians, artists, chefs, designers and creators online and across 50 markets around the world this month. The free festival will… Read more »

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50 Things to Do This Labour Day Weekend in Ontario

Celebrate the last long weekend of summer! Send off summer and get ready to welcome Fall with gusto by enjoying one of the 50 events, and activities taking place during labour day weekend from across Ontario.

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Aurélie Rivard Wins Canada’s First Gold at Tokyo Paralympics

Aurélie Rivard has won Canada’s first gold medal at Tokyo Paralympic Games. St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, Quebec swimmer won the women’s S10 100m freestyle on Saturday in 58.14 seconds –… Read more »

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Manitoba Vaccine Passport: List of Places Where COVID-19 Vaccination Proof is Required Starting Sept 3rd

Manitoba, today, announced that the province will require patrons to show COVID-19 vaccine proof at places like restaurants and theatres. Starting September 3rd, places where vaccine proof… Read more »

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Health Canada Approves Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine For Children 12+

Health Canada has authorized the use of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 12 and up in Canada. Until now, only Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for available… Read more »

Disney Stores in Scarborough, Toronto and Vaughan Will Close in September

Disney Stores in Scarborough, Toronto and Vaughan Will Close in September

Disney will be closing all stores in Canada by September end. As per Disney’s website, Disney stores Scarborough, Toronto, and Vaughan will close in September. Disney earlier… Read more »

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VaxiCode: What You Need to Know About Quebec’s Vaccine Passport Effective September 1st

Quebec will require visitors and residents to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination starting September 1st to access non-essential facilities and activities like restaurants, theatres, group sports and… Read more »

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Starbucks Canada Adds Delicious Apple Crisp Macchiato Drink to Its Fall Menu, Available August 24th

Starbucks Canada has unveiled a new delicious drink as part of its 2021 Fall season menu in addition to drinks like Pumpkin Spice Latte and Pumpkin Cream… Read more »

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Theodore TOO Tugboat Set to Visit Windsor, Grand Bend, and Sarnia

The Theodore TOO Tugboat, a reproduction of the original TV character Theodore Tugboat from the beloved CBC series “Theodore Tugboat”, is on sail across Lake Erie and… Read more »

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BC Vaccine Card: List of Places & Events Where COVID-19 Vaccination Proof is Required in British Columbia Starting Sept 13th

British Columbia has announced that proof of vaccination will be required for people to attend select events and businesses starting September 13th. The province says people aged… Read more »

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Temporary Wage Increase For Ontario PSWs Extended Until October 31st

Ontario government has announced another extension of the temporary wage increase for personal support workers and direct support workers for the third time. The temporary wage enhancement… Read more »

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What’s On This Weekend

Things to Do this Weekend — What’s On this Weekend in Toronto, Ottawa, Hamilton, Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver.

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U.S. Extending Land Border Travel Restrictions With Canada Until Sept. 21

  Department of Homeland Security announced the United States is extending restrictions on non-essential travel across American land and ferry crossings with Canada until Sept. 21. The… Read more »

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A Rare Sturgeon Blue Moon to Illuminate Skies This Weekend

August’s full moon will rise on the night of August 21 and will reach peak illumination the next day on Sunday, August 22nd. The full moon in… Read more »

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Le Burger Week 2021: Find the Perfect Burger to Satisfy Your Cravings

Le Burger Week, presented by Saputo and Sysco and delivered with DoorDash, is back for its milestone 10th anniversary! Since taking the nation by storm last year,… Read more »

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South Simcoe Railway: Take a Historic Scenic Train Tour Through Beeton Creek Valley Near Toronto

Take a train ride back in time with South Simcoe Railway. You can enjoy a wonderful trip through the Beeton Creek Valley on this historic train –… Read more »

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Toronto Makes COVID-19 Vaccination Mandatory For City Employees

Toronto announced mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for its employees today. The City says that all members of the Toronto Public Service will be required to disclose and provide… Read more »

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BODEQUALITY: Old Navy to Price Sizes 0-30 Same

Old Navy Canada has announced starting August 20, Old Navy will offer every one of its women’s styles, in every size, with no price difference. Old Navy… Read more »

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Walmart Canada Now Offering Walk-in Appointments For COVID-19 Vaccine

Walmart Canada has announced that it is now offering walk-in vaccine appointments, for first or second shots at participating pharmacies. In addition, Walmart is hosting its first-ever… Read more »

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Every Child Matters: Saskatoon Tribal Council to Host Concert on National Day of Truth and Reconciliation at SaskTel Centre

Saskatoon Tribal Council and SaskTel Centre will be hosting a concert on the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. The concert featuring Gord Bamford, Charlie Major and… Read more »

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Ontario to Offer COVID-19 Vaccines to All Born in 2009

Ontario has announced the province will extend eligibility to the Pfizer vaccine to all children born in 2009. Currently, only those aged 12 and above on the… Read more »