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Regina Restaurant Ranked Top 10 Fine Dining Restaurant in Canada by Global Travellers

A Queen City restaurant has been named one of the best restaurants for fine dining in Canada. Travellers from across the world have chosen Memories Dining &… Read more »

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Kitchener’s THEMUSEUM to Premier Unique International Exhibition By and About Rolling Stones

Go backstage with the Rolling Stones at Kitchener’s THEMUSEUM to relive the cultural phenomenon of the world-famous rock band and experience their legacy as the band that built… Read more »

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These Are the Top 10 Fine Dining Restaurants in Canada According to Tripadvisor

Tripadvisor has announced the winners of its yearly list of restaurants that won the 2021 Travelers’ Choice Restaurants awards. According to the press release, 2021 Best Restaurants… Read more »

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Eligible Parents Will Receive Up to $6,833 Per Child in Canada Child Benefit

Minister of Families, Children and Social Development has announced a slight increase of 1 per cent or roughly $5 per month in Canada Child Benefit to keep… Read more »

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Canada to Allow International Travellers Starting September 7th

Canada is reopening non-essential travel into Canada starting September 7, 2021. Fully vaccinated tourists can visit Canada provided they are fully vaccinated, i.e., received a vaccine recognized… Read more »

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Fully Vaccinated Americans Can Enter Canada Starting August 9th

Canada has announced that the country is reopening its border to fully vaccinated Americans starting August 9th. What this means: American citizens and permanent residents, who are… Read more »

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Canada Announces Opening Ceremony Flag Bearers For 2020 Tokyo Olympics

The Canadian Olympic Committee has announced Team Canada’s flag bearers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. Three-time Olympic team member in basketball Miranda Ayim and… Read more »

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John Mayer Announces Toronto Stop For ‘Sob Rock’ Tour 2022

John Mayer has announced concerts for his ‘Sob Rock’ Tour 2022, kicking off Thursday, February 17, in Albany, New York, running through Thursday, April 28 in Chicago, Illinois. Produced… Read more »

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Justin Trudeau Says Canada-U.S. Border Could Reopen by August

With more than 69.272% of Canadians receiving one dose of COVID-19 vaccine and 47.369% fully vaccinated, Canada is looking to reopen its border with the United States… Read more »

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A Litter of Endangered Black-Footed Ferret Born at Toronto Zoo

Toronto Zoo says sixteen endangered black-footed ferret kits were born as part of the Zoo’s native species conservation breeding program.   According to the press release, twenty-one… Read more »

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Toronto FC to Play in Front of Home Crowds at BMO Field on July 17th

Toronto FC will play in front of 7,000 fans this Saturday for the first time since March 7, 2020 after playing four home matches at Orlando’s Exploria… Read more »

Canadian Snowbirds Release 2021 Summer Schedule

Canadian Snowbirds Release 2021 Summer Schedule

Have you been missing aerial shows by Canadian Snowbirds? Canada’s iconic military aerobatics team of the Royal Canadian Air Force will be visiting 14 locations in Canada… Read more »

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Cineplex Theatres in Ontario to Reopen on July 16th

Cineplex Entertainment has announced that most of its 68 theatres in Ontario will reopen on Friday, July 16, 2021, as the province moves to Step 3 of… Read more »

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Seven People Sent Back to Canada After Trying to Illegally Enter U.S. by Driving Across a Lawn

1904 constructed Haskell Free Library and Opera House sits on the international border between Quebec, Canada and Vermont, United States. On July 4th, 7 people who were… Read more »

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Step 3 Gathering Limits & Rules in Ontario

Ontario has announced that Step 3 of the reopening will start on July 16, 2021. According to Ontario’s 2021 three-step plan for reopening, outdoor social gatherings will… Read more »

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What is Allowed When Ontario Moves to Step 3 of Reopening Plan on July 16

Ontario is moving into Step Three of the Roadmap to Reopen at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 16, 2021. Step 3 of the reopening plan allows indoor activities… Read more »

Vancouver, Edmonton to Host World Series Rugby Sevens Tournaments in September

Vancouver, Edmonton to Host World Series Rugby Sevens Tournaments in September

Vancouver and Edmonton will both host HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series events in September. Once approval is received from various levels of government, these tournaments would mark… Read more »

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Canadian Wins the World’s Best Bartender Award

James Grant from Edmonton has won the World’s Best Bartender Award beating 49 other bartenders from across the world. Earlier in March, the 36-year-old won the National… Read more »

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Watch The First Ever Virtual Calgary Stampede Parade

The Calgary Stampede Parade kicks on Friday, July 9, 2021, 8:02 a.m. (M.D.T) and it will be the first time the parade will be held as a… Read more »

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100+ Things to Do This Summer in Niagara Falls Region

There more to Niagara Falls region than the mighty Horseshoe Falls! From exploring the tunnels behind the falls to biking the Welland Canal and exploring Niagara Ale Trail, there is plenty to occupy you all this summer in Niagara Falls Region: From Wainfleet to Grimsby and from Fort Erie to St Catharines!

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Art Gallery of Ontario to Reopen on July 21st With Blockbuster Andy Warhol Exhibition

The Art Gallery of Ontario has announced that AGO will reopen on July 21, 2021 – pending final Stage 3 reopening confirmation from the Province and Toronto… Read more »

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Older Seniors Receiving Old Age Security Will Get a One-Time Payment of $500 This August

Minister of Seniors, Deb Schulte announced that older seniors will receive a $500 one-time payment during the week of August 16, 2021.

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Inuk leader Mary Simon Named Canada’s Next Governor General

Mary Simon, an Inuk leader and former Canadian diplomat, has been named as Canada’s next governor general – the first Indigenous person to serve in the role…. Read more »

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Ottawa to Launch Procurement For High Frequency Rail Between Quebec City, Toronto

The federal government is set to announce a new high frequency rail corridor to improve the connection between some of Ontario and Quebec’s major cities. Transport Minister… Read more »