Dr. Anthony Fauci Is Getting His Own Kid's Book This Summer

He is the nation's leading expert on infectious diseases.

Dr. Anthony Fauci has been the country's go-to guy when it comes to all things COVID-19, and now he will be the subject of a children's book coming this summer.

The book, entitled Dr. Fauci: How a Boy from Brooklyn Became America's Doctor, follows him from his childhood in Brooklyn to where he is now and even offers some facts about vaccines.

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The upcoming book comes from author Kate Messner, who is best known for the Ranger in Time series and The Seventh Wish, and is illustrated by Alexandra Bye.

Readers of the "definitive picture book biography" will get a special look into Fauci's biggest challenges when dealing with some of the nation's public health issues, including the COVID-19 pandemic.

The book is set to be released on June 29, 2021. 

Il y a environ deux ans et demi, l'actrice Ludivine Reding a acheté un grand condo à Montréal et c'est lors d'une entrevue avec la comédienne Livia Martin qu'elle nous fait visiter sa demeure.

Le 22 juin, dans le cadre de la nouvelle série sur Noovo, Toc Toc, l'animatrice Livia a débuté sa tournée déco chez Ludivine et cette dernière confie qu'elle a fait des rénovations pendant cinq mois avant d'en arriver au design actuel.

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Dans la vidéo, celle qui a joué le rôle principal dans Fugueuse explique qu'à son arrivée dans les lieux, la place était configurée de manière bien différente. Il s'agissait d'un long couloir avec peu de lumière et plusieurs espaces fermés.

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Maintenant, la cuisine, le salon, la salle à manger ainsi qu'un espace de bureau forment une grande aire ouverte.

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Autrement, sa chambre à coucher et la salle de bain sont dans deux pièces fermées.

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L'ambiance est plutôt épurée avec les nombreux accents blancs, mais il y a tout de même des touches plus variées comme les couvertures sur le divan, les armoires noires dans la cuisine et les accessoires dorés.

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Pendant leur entrevue, Ludivine s'est également ouverte sur son nouveau projet : elle souhaite compléter son titre d'agente immobilière pour l'été prochain alors qu'elle a déjà suivi quelques cours pendant la pandémie. Tu pourrais donc peut-être un jour trouver ton cocon à l'aide de la talentueuse actrice.

If you want to get rich quick this summer, look no further. Canada's "best summer job" is hiring and there's $20,000 on the table!

While there's only one position available for one lucky candidate, this job is open to applications from across the country.

Hipcamp — the hiring business — says the successful candidate will spend 40 days this summer working across the company's "most beautiful sites."

You'll get paid an incredible $20,000 and all you have to do is create blog or vlog content as you go camping and glamping across Canada.

Not only will you get paid the equivalent of $500 per day, your food and travel expenses will be covered by the company, too.

If that wasn't enough, Hipcamp says you might just become "Canadian famous" along the way, thanks to the cool content you'll be creating.

Who are they looking for?

The position is open to all Canadians who have "reached the legal age of majority" in their local area, no matter where they live in Canada.

The ideal candidate will have a "huge personality and some social media skills" so they can document their camping and glamping adventures as they go.

The successful applicant will be chosen using a criteria that measures their levels of creativity, as well as their technical and on-camera ability.

How do I apply?

To apply, you must record a 90-second (or less) video of yourself and upload it to YouTube, before sharing it on the Hipcamp Best Summer Job website.

You'll then need to ask your friends and family to vote for your video via their own social media channels. Votes will be displayed on your entry page and will be considered as part of your application.

Finalists for the role will be chosen on July 19, 2021, with the winner set to be announced on August 2.

The successful applicant will start work on August 9. Eek!

Canada's "Best Summer Job"

Salary: $20,000 for 40 days

Company: Hipcamp

Who Should Apply: If you love camping, glamping and vlogging — this job couldn't be more perfect for you. Even if you don't love all of those things … there's $20,000 up for grabs!

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Seth Rogen Got High With Conan O'Brien During The Host's Final Week On Air (VIDEO)

Spoiler alert: one person looked a lot more comfortable. 🪴

The Canadian kindness of Seth Rogen is shining through once again. The Vancouver-born actor appeared on 'Conan' before the show ends this week, helping Conan O'Brien figure out what exactly to do with the talk show host's newfound downtime.

Rogen, who owns a cannabis company, only had one "hilariously on-brand" suggestion, pulling a joint from out of his shirt pocket.

"Don't smoke that now," Rogen said. "Or do? This'll be a great, weird show!"

Conan eventually took Rogen up on his offer, looking just a little uncomfortable with the experience (holding the joint the wrong way and trying to light it) before passing it back to Rogen and Andy Richter, both of whom looked a lot more at ease.

"I'm so happy with what just happened!" Rogen said, ringing out the segment with his trademark laugh.

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The $70 Million Lotto Max Jackpot Saga Is Finally Over & There Are Two Winning Tickets

A couple of Canadians are about to wake up to some great news!

There's finally a Lotto Max winner of the $70 million grand prize jackpot, ending the streak of recording-breaking prize jackpots.

The $70 million was won by two tickets sold in Ontario and B.C., which means those lucky people will each get $35 million. The winning numbers are 07, 11, 22, 28, 33, 44, 49 and Bonus 10.

Also, 30 Maxmillions worth $1 million each were won by tickets in B.C., the Prairies, Ontario and Quebec. If you played this lottery in any of those provinces, check your tickets!

Before this, the $70 million prize had been won six times after it was introduced back in 2019. In the past, winners have only been from Ontario and Quebec, so the person who won the winning ticket in B.C. for this draw just made history!

Now that the big jackpot was won, the total prize offerings have gone down to $52 million with a grand prize jackpot of $50 million and two Maxmillions.


Here’s Exactly Who Can Get A Second Vaccine Dose In Ontario Starting Today

More Ontarians can start booking second doses bright and early today.

More people are eligible for their second COVID-19 vaccine dose in Ontario as of today.

Anyone who received their first dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine on or before May 30 can book their second dose starting at 8:00 a.m. on June 23.

The province is also expanding eligibility to residents of Delta variant hot spots, which include Durham, Halton, Hamilton, Peel, Porcupine, Simcoe-Muskoka, Toronto, Waterloo, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph, and York public health units.

Starting on Monday, June 28, Ontarians who are 18 years old or older and have already received their first dose of an mRNA vaccine will be able to book their second appointment, which will be scheduled no sooner than 28 days after their first one, per the recommended interval between doses.

Earlier this week, Ford announced that second dose appointments are now available to those who received their first dose of an mRNA vaccine on or before May 9. Eligible residents who already have their second shot appointment booked can also re-book for an earlier date.

Ontarians can schedule their vaccine appointments through the province's online booking tool, their public health unit's booking system, or by contacting their nearest participating pharmacy.

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Airlines & Travel Companies Are Roasting The ‘Absurdity’ Of Canada’s New Restrictions

"Right now in Ontario, it is easier to travel to Rome than it is to drive to Rochester."👇

Some of the country's largest travel and tourism companies are not impressed with Canada's new travel restrictions for fully vaccinated Canadians.

In a statement shared on June 21, the Canadian Travel & Tourism Roundtable roasted the "absurdity" of the updated measures and called on the feds to provide a clearer plan to restart international travel in Canada.

"Right now in Ontario, it is easier to travel to Rome than it is to drive to Rochester," the notice read. "If you live in Quebec, it's easier to fly to Paris than drive to Vermont."

Although the roundtable said it "acknowledges" the feds' decision to lift some travel restrictions for eligible Canadian citizens and permanent residents from July 5, it described the move as a "small step."

It noted that the latest announcement does not help Canadian businesses that rely on international travellers, who "need a successful summer travel season to survive."

The group represents aviation giants such as Air Canada, Porter Airlines, Air Transat, WestJet and Sunwing, as well as the CEOs of so many Canadian airports.

Companies like Marriott Hotels, Tourism Toronto and Forbes Travel are also part of the roundtable.

On Tuesday, June 22, Dr. Deena Hinshaw gave an Alberta COVID-19 update. During the announcement, she outlined the new mandates for wearing masks in Alberta that will be in place once Stage 3 of reopening kicks off on July 1.

"While the general indoor provincial mask mandate will be lifted, masking will still be required in limited and specific settings." These settings include continuing care and acute care settings.

Update on COVID-19 – June 22 at 3:30

Furthermore, Albertans will still be required to wear masks when travelling by "public transit, taxis, and ride spring given the closed, indoor environments of these spaces and to protect those who have not been vaccinated yet," said Hinshaw.

She added that the province will "continue to monitor these settings and will lift masking requirements when it is safe to do so."

During her update, she noted that there had only been 57 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Alberta over the past 24-hours.

Great Place To Work just announced the 2021 list of Best Workplaces in Ontario, and a ton of the companies are hiring right now.

So if you need money for patio drinks and summer shenanigans –or maybe a career — get your resume ready.

While the list includes dozens of amazing workplaces, here are a few that are currently hiring in the province.

FedEX Express Canada

Location: In cities across Ontario

Who Should Apply: If you are looking for a job, you should try your luck here. With positions open for delivery drivers, bike couriers, customer service agents, business analysts, mechanics and more, you'll be sure to find something.

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Location: Mississauga, Belleville

Who Should Apply: Whether you are just starting in the hospitality industry or have some years under your belt, Hilton has various positions open.

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MightyHive Holdings Ltd.


Location: Toronto, ON

Who Should Apply: They currently have five roles open in account management and data, so if you have some experience in the biz, take a peek!

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Klick Health

Location: Toronto, ON

Who Should Apply: With over 80 open job opportunities from junior to senior roles across a wide range of sectors, who shouldn't apply is really the question. If you're looking for an opportunity in life sciences, you'll find one!

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Compass Group Canada

Location: In cities across Ontario

Who Should Apply: They currently have 144 opportunities across Ontario, and for most, you don't need a degree, just previous experience and/or a FoodSafe Level 1 Certification.

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AIR MILES Reward Program (LoyaltyOne)

Location: Toronto

Who Should Apply: If you're someone who likes rewards, analytics, or customer service, one of these jobs may be for you.

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Altima Dental

Location: In cities across Ontario

Who Should Apply: If you know your way around teeth and have the appropriate degree or skillset, there are multiple opportunities across Ontario for you to consider while you floss tonight.

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Location: In cities across Ontario

Who Should Apply: Geotab's looking for creative people to help them across many fields from automotive, marketing, technical support, data analytics and more.

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