Day: August 22, 2020

Police watchdog investigating death of man who fell from Toronto balcony during interaction with officers

The province’s police watchdog, the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) has opened an investigation after a 66-year-old man fell to his death during an interaction with police in Toronto’s north end. According to the agency, police were called to an apartment building on Outlook Avenue, not far from Jane and Eglinton, around 4:30 p.m. Friday. Officers …

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Coronavirus: Masks to be mandatory at all Real Canadian Superstores starting Aug. 29

The Real Canadian Superstore will require most customers to wear a mask while shopping, starting Aug. 29. The move is designed to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Read more: Walmart Canada making masks mandatory in all stores starting Aug. 12 The supermarket chain, which is owned by Loblaws Inc., operates dozens of grocery stores …

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Movies From Villain’s POV Quiz

When you look at it this way, were these villains really in the wrong? Although, this could honestly be The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Via Universal Pictures TV and Movies Get all the best moments in pop culture & entertainment delivered to your inbox. Source link

Northern Manitoba First Nation goes into lockdown after traveller to Gillam tests positive for COVID-19

A northern Manitoba First Nation has gone into lockdown after it says someone who travelled to the nearby town of Gillam later tested positive for COVID-19. Fox Lake Cree Nation informed its band members in a communality update Friday of a report from public health officials that a person who tested positive was in Gillam from Aug 12-21. The …

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Ontario’s COVID-19 cases have been on the decline. What can we expect if there’s a 2nd wave?

With summer almost over and Ontario continuing into Stage 3 of its reopening strategy amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, many are worried — and wondering — about the possibility of a second wave of COVID-19. Over the summer months, Ontario’s coronavirus numbers have trended downward, but once the cold weather sets in, experts say that …

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Here’s How Much Dividend Income You Can Earn From That $2,000/Month CERB Payment

The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) provides recipients with monthly payments of $2,000. And while you’re probably not going to use all of that money to invest in dividend stocks, I’m going to show you how even a modest investment of $2,000 can generate some good recurring cash flow for you and how much you …

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Missing 14-year-old Indigenous girl found safe in Cape Breton

The 14-year-old Cape Breton girl who was missing for more than a week has been found safe. Veronica Martin, speaking on behalf of the girl’s family, said everyone was “really, really happy” to have the teen returned home safely. “There’s like a weight lifted off my shoulders,” Martin said. “All of us, the whole family, …

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