Lifestyle

Convenient, Healthy and Environmentally Friendly

Cycling is one of the most popular activities in Toronto. Riding a bike is not only healthy and environmentally friendly, but it also helps Torontonians travel more easily when traffic is congested....

Nature at Your Home

Many studies show that exposure to nature makes people feel more peaceful and happy. However, as cities grow, mushrooming skyscrapers mean that there is less green space available. To combat this, there...

Ottawa Officially in Second Wave of COVID-19 Pandemic as Ontario Reports Alarming 401 New Coronavirus Cases

According to the provincial report released on Friday, Ontario is reporting an additional 401 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 46,077 cases of COVID-19 to date.  The...

Ontario Tightens Private Gathering Restriction to 10 Indoors, 25 outdoors in Toronto, Peel, and Ottawa amid spike in new COVID-19 cases

Following a week of triple-digit increases in new COVID-19 cases across the province, sources from the Ontario government are confirming that the province is looking at reducing gathering limits both indoors and outdoors,...

Ontario to Take 4 Week Pause on Reopening Plans As COVID-19 Cases Spike Across the Province

During the province’s daily press conference, Premier Doug Ford joined Health Minister Christine Elliott and Education Minister Stephen Lecce as the province announced it will be pausing any further steps in its reopening...

Canada Revenue Agency Says Delayed CERB Payments Will Be Deposited by This Weekend

As recipients of the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) expressed their frustration and worries on social media following “missed” payments, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) responded to clear up concerns. 

Ontario Reports 133 New Cases of COVID-19, marking a week-long stretch in triple-digit increases of new cases

The announcements from the Ontario government came after the province reported 133 additional cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, marking the seventh straight day in a row of a daily COVID-19 case count of...

Premier Ford Announces Plans to Protect Transit Riders and Workers as Province Reopens Amid The Pandemic

It has been a couple of weeks since the Ontario government had given regions across the province the green light to move into Stage 3 of the province’s COVID-19 reopening plan. 

Canada Signs Deal Securing Up to 114M Doses of Potential COVID-19 Vaccines From U.S Drug Companies

On Monday morning, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the federal government has reached agreements with Novavax and Johnson & Johnson to secure millions of doses of the potential of COVID-19 vaccine candidates...

Susana And Jack Gindi Take Skin Care And Home Spa Pampering To A New Level.

The home spa experience is the ultimate in convenience, especially when you are doing your best to socially distance. Husband and wife team Susana and Jack Gindi have come up with an...

Ontario Government Releases COVID-19 Back-To-School Ad Campaign Despite Criticism from Opposition

The Ontario Government is currently investing in several advertisements which they say will help inform parents and members of the public about the health measures that will be in place as students return...

Premier Doug Ford Will Not Campaign for New Conservative Leader Main Focus is Ontario As Province Reports New COVID-19 Cases

Speaking to reporters at Queen’s Park on Monday Afternoon, Premier Doug Ford said he will not be campaigning for the new federal Conservative Party leader Erin O’Toole, citing his main focus right now...

Ontario Extends COVID-19 Emergency Orders Until September 22 as Province Reports 76 New COVID-19 Infections

In a news release issued on Thursday morning, Solicitor General Sylvia Jones said Ontario still needs the tools to address the COVID-19 pandemic, even as new cases continue to go down and thus...

Federal Government Announces $37B COVID-19 Aid Package Extends CERB, Expands EI and Adds “Recovery” Benefits

On Thursday afternoon, the federal government announced it is extending the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) by one more month and revamping the employment to allow more people to receive the financial assistance...

Ontario Announces $47 Million Funding into Public Health as Province Reports Highest Number of New COVID-19 Cases Since July

During her speech at the 2020 Association of Municipalities Ontario Conference, Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott announced that the province will be providing a one-time funding of $47 million to Ontario’s public health...

Medical Officer of Health Urging People Not to Panic About Possible New Cases as Ontario Reports 99 New Cases of COVID-19

Dr. Paul Roumeliotis, the Medical Officer of Health in the Eastern Ontario Health Unit insists that health officials are prepared for a potential second wave of COVID-19 cases and is urging people not...

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