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Toronto Public Library Staff Are Calling Seniors During Pandemic – GNSOTD Thur, Jan. 7th 2021

When it comes to caring for the elderly during a Global Pandemic, the idea is to keep them as safe as possible. Unfortunately, this also leaves them rather isolated and lonely which can negatively impact their emotional and physical wellbeing

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With New Restrictions Toronto Zoo To Close Indefinitely

With new lockdown restrictions returning to Toronto this morning, one of the city’s biggest attractions has announced it will be closing until further notice. As of this morning, Monday, November 23rd, the Toronto Zoo, the Holiday Marketplace, and Terra Lumina,

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Toronto Carpenter Makes Mobile Shelters For Homeless

Khaleel Seivwright is a carpenter, who works out of his Cabbagetown workshop, and has been using his off time building some interesting structures. They look something like an oversized shoebox, or perhaps a transport crate for a motorcycle, but a

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97-Year-Old Serenades Neighbours On Canada Day – GNSOTD Thur, July 2nd 2020

Dorothy Rose is a vivacious Toronto woman who loves to entertain. In honour of Canada Day, she was going to serenade her apartment neighbours accompanied by the Climax Jazz Band. Dorothy Rose is 97-years-old, she turns 98 on July 29th.

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Big Names Join Big Ask For PPEs

There have been many requests for Personal Protective Equipment, or PPEs, made for front line healthcare workers around the county. This has led to many citizens stepping up in various ways from business owners turning their distilleries to making hand

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Texas Low Brings Winter Storm Wed, Feb 26th 2020

There is a Winter Storm blowing through Southern Ontario Today which will hit differently depending on where you are. For the Brantford area Environment Canada has a Special Weather Statement in effect warning of potential heavy snow. It reads; Heavy

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Winter Travel Advisory For Kitchener-Waterloo & Hamilton

If you are looking to make your commute this morning, expect your drive to be affected by the snowfall this morning. Environment Canada has issued a Winter Travel Advisory affecting large sections of Southern Ontario including Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, and Hamilton

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Christmas Lights Are Lit Around The Region With More To Come

This weekend saw the first batch of Santa Claus Parades and also the lighting of many lights around the various regions. If you are looking to take a trip with the family to see some of the lighting displays currently available

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Teen Goes From Bully To Advocate – GNSOTD Monday, Oct 28th 2019

Violence among the young is nothing new, children have been bullied for generations, but in this day and age it seems that more and more young people are taking it to more violent extremes; in recent memory is a incident

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Toronto Family Needs Help To Try And Save Child’s Life

Terry and Georgia Pirovolakis are trying to save their son’s life, trying to find a cure that doesn’t exist. Michael is 18 months old and his doctors say he is the only child in Canada diagnosed with SPG50, a rare genetic

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