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The best Toronto beer, bars and breweries – according to the experts

Posted on 18 July 2020

The Toronto beer scene has been enjoying explosive growth in recent years – but with all these options, it can be tough to know what to reach for next. We asked the city’s foremost beer experts – including writers, cicerones and consultants – to tell us where to go and what to drink. Meet the judges Stephen Beaumont: Beer expert; co-author of ...

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Some tourists cancel P.E.I. holidays as negative stories circulate in media

Posted on 05 July 2020

P.E.I. Tourism Minister Matthew MacKay is urging Islanders to welcome tourists to the province as stories spread of unwelcoming behaviour by some. Starting Friday, residents of Atlantic Canada can come to P.E.I. without having to self-isolate for two weeks, partially opening up the Island for tourism. Last year, Atlantic Canadians made up 60 per cent of the province's tourism market ...

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Hosting regular season MLB in Toronto "totally different ball game"

Posted on 05 July 2020

The Toronto Blue Jays have been cleared to start their summer training camp at Rogers Centre, but Canada's deputy chief public health officer says hosting other teams there during the regular season would be a "totally different ball game." The Blue Jays, the lone MLB team north of the Canada-U.S. border, received permission from the Canadian government Thursday to use their Toronto ...

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Apple and Google promise to shut down their coronavirus trackers when the pandemic ends… but does anyone believe them?

Posted on 06 May 2020

(Natural News) On Friday, Apple and Google pledged that they will turn off their coronavirus tracker after the pandemic is sufficiently contained. The statement was part of an announcement of changes that the tech giants are making to their ambitious automatic contact-tracing proposal. According to an Apple representative, the changes are the result of feedback that both companies r ...

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19 Coronavirus Patents, Going back to the 80s, Filed BEFORE the Wuhan Outbreak

Posted on 05 May 2020

The Coronavirus outbreak has reportedly claimed 17 lives and is being widely covered by mainstream newsletters. Conspiracy realists-are hot on the case, searching the internet for anything strange—and they weren’t disappointed. There were 19 different Coronavirus patents that were filed well before the outbreak started last week—some going back to 1984. Is this proof of a f ...

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Neiman Marcus investors push for sale as bankruptcy looms; see Hudson’s Bay Co as buyer

Posted on 29 April 2020

An investor group that comprises investment firm Mudrick Capital Management LP and Daniel Loeb’s hedge fund Third Point LLC plans to challenge a US$600 million financing package that Neiman Marcus Group has lined up for its looming bankruptcy, and will push the U.S. department store operator to sell itself, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday. Neiman Marcus have all bu ...

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Shopping for groceries online? Prepare for long delays

Posted on 25 April 2020

TORONTO -- Grocery stores say the demand for online shopping has more than tripled and staff are having trouble keeping up. If you order groceries online, you could be waiting for two weeks whether you have them delivered to your home or pick them up yourself at pick-up point at a grocery store. Ala Baker, a Markham senior, says she has had success with online shopping in the past, ...

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Business start-ups: How to find a free webhosting plan

Posted on 18 April 2020

Are you a business owner who is seeking to start-out with a free website hosting plan?

When you create a website, all of the content including images and text is stored on a server. Those servers display your website whenever a visitor types the URL into their browser. Some website building platforms offer free web hosting, while others require you to purchase your own hosting plan before y ...

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Coroavirus: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. says Bill Gates pursues a Vaccination Agenda

Posted on 14 April 2020

Vaccines, for Bill Gates, are a strategic philanthropy that feed his many vaccine-related businesses (including Microsoft’s ambition to control a global vaccination-ID enterprise) and give him dictatorial control over global health policy — the spear tip of corporate neo-imperialism. Gates’ obsession with vaccines seems fueled by a messianic conviction that he is orda ...

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Studies Establish that 4G/5G Causes Adverse Effects In Humans, Animals And Insects

Posted on 14 April 2020

A recent trend in mainstream press is exposing just how ill-informed or paid-off most journalists are by the Wireless industry, with many jopurnalists falsely claiming there are no scientific studies that suggest the installation of densified 4G/5G Wireless Telecommunications Facilities (WTFs) is dangerous. Allow me to educate you. All over the internet, we are reading reports that defen ...