Lowry Had Everyone Speechless Last Night & Even Other Athletes Were Shocked

Lowry showed up for his team.

Toronto was celebrating after last night's Raptors win against the Celtics. However, it seems like one star caught more attention than the rest. Raptors' Kyle Lowry was on fire last night and other NBA players took notice. 

The 34-year-old NBA veteran was pulling out all of the moves during Game 6.

The father of two put up an impressive 33 points under intense pressure on Wednesday night.

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As if that wasn’t enough, Lowry also pumped out eight rebounds, six assists, and two steals, playing for a total of 53 minutes. He was a man on fire.

Even though last night was clearly a big notch on Kyle’s legacy belt, he remained humble and focused on what should be expected.

“I mean, we had to work. Our job is to be out there and play as hard as possible. We’re playing against a physical, tough team, well-coached, a couple of all-stars and some real-life stars and a great team,” Lowry stated.

“We had to work hard for this win and for us. Personally, that’s what we do."

While Lowry might be too modest to pat himself on the back, that didn’t stop other NBA players from taking to social media to sing his praises.

Everyone from Joel Embiid to DeMar DeRozan took to Twitter on Wednesday night to boast the player as the GOAT he is.*

“Kyle Lowry is not appreciated as he should be,” Embid wrote.

DeMar DeRozan kept his praise more simple, just tagging the all-star during the game. 

The Raptors will face off against the Boston Celtics for the final time on Friday evening. 

*This article has been updated. 

Happy hour just got a lot cooler thanks to this new boozy ice cream in the city.

Yorkville's S'cream Ice Cream has created some unique frozen treats just in time for the warm weather, and you can dig into spiked ice cream and chilled cocktails.

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The boozy ice cream contains 5% alcohol and comes in scoop or pint form.

You can try flavours like Coffee Baileys, Absolutely Birthday Cake, Mango Aperol, Peachy Vanilla Vodka, and more.

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You can also get ice cream cocktails and even a tipsy flight which includes 4 flavours of your choice, all topped with cute decorations.

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The venue will be serving the treats on their patio once restrictions allow, but for now, everything is available for takeout, pickup, and delivery on main delivery platforms.

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Take your next ice cream date to a whole new level with these boozy pints and drinks.

S'Cream Boozy Ice Cream

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Price: $8.10 + for ice cream, $18 for cocktails, $18 for flight

Address: 126 Cumberland St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Cheers to the warm weather with one of these spiked frozen treats.


Si tu avais besoin d'une raison de plus pour passer une journée au marché Jean-Talon ou Atwater à Montréal, de nouveaux restos vont bientôt s'ajouter à l'offre gourmande des deux endroits.

Alors que les Montré peuvent déjà faire le plein de fruits et légumes, de plantes et de produits locaux de toutes sortes aux marchés, iels pourront maintenant en profiter pour déguster un repas à l'un de ces nombreux nouveaux restaurants.

Quels restaurants va ouvrir au marché Jean-Talon?

Au marché public de la Petite Italie, on retrouve le Bouffe-moi, un resto végétarien avec des snacks sur bâtonnets, La Cabane à chichis, un kiosque à churros, et le Robin des bois qui offre des repas faits maison et des essentiels pour le pique-nique. Ces établissements sont déjà ouverts pour les commandes à emporter, selon un communiqué de presse des Marchés publics de Montréal.

Le Filles Fattoush, quant à lui, ouvrira ses portes le 1er juin prochain et servira de la cuisine syrienne.

Deux autres établissements devraient aussi venir s'ajouter à la liste, mais ceux-ci seront annoncés d'ici les prochains jours.

En plus de ces nouvelles adresses, les visiteur.rices du marché Jean-Talon pourront retrouver les restaurants qu'ils connaissent déjà comme Aquamare, Balkani, La Boite aux huîtres, Brûlerie aux Quatre Vents, Crêperie du Marché, Dans la Côte, Gourmand d'ici, Mangue et melon, Mazorca MTL, Première Moisson, Sushi Shop et Winneburger.

Quels restaurants ouvrira au marché Atwater?

Les amateur.rices de desserts seront au marché Atwater.

La fameuse crémerie montréalaise Ca Lem et la pâtisserie Léché Desserts ouvriront chacune une nouvelle succursale aux abords du marché public du Sud-Ouest.

En plus d'une de leurs gâteries sucrées, tu pourras aussi te délecter d'un falafel au Falafel Yoni, tout en apaisant ta soif avec un bubble tea du Boba Boba.

Ces établissements devraient ouvrir aux alentours du 1er juin, selon ce qu'on peut lire dans le communiqué.

Sinon, tu peux toujours t'arrêter à l'un des restaurants déjà en place, notamment Chez Layla, Aylwin Barbecue, Lucille's, Mangue et melon, Le Petit Sao, Satay Brothers et Sushi Shop.

This Ontario mansion for sale looks like it belongs in an episode of Downton Abbey, and you don't need to be the Earl of Grantham to afford it.

The spacious home is located in Owen Sound and is on the market for $748,900.

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Boasting five bedrooms and four bathrooms, the American Beaux-Arts style home is full of history and grandeur.

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It features a spectacular facade, airy rooms and two gas fireplaces.

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The solarium off of the kitchen is an idyllic spot to relax and enjoy the sunshine.

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The home is only minutes from the harbour and downtown, so you can walk to water views.

Katrina Eldred | Re/Max

With its old-time appeal and 19th-century charm, this house is like a piece of England right here in Ontario.

Ontario Mansion For Sale

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Price: $748,900

Address: 1050 4 Ave. W., Owen Sound, ON

Description: This grand home is fit for royalty and costs less than $750K.

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You Can Win Enough Free Snacks To Last You The Whole Summer & Here's How

Caramilk, Mr. Big, Sour Patch Kids and more!

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Imagine this: it's summer and you're lounging in the warm sun on your patio, enjoying a good book or, more likely, scrolling through social media. And what else? You've got a generous supply of snacks within arm's reach.

Sounds like a dream, right? Well, it doesn't need to be one. Through Mondelez Canada's Whatever They're Cravin' Contest (which is on right now until May 31), Canadians have the opportunity to win a monthly subscription of Mondelez Canada products to satisfy their snacking needs, all summer long.

If you're unfamiliar with Mondelez Canada, you probably know at least some of the things they make. With treats like Cadbury Dairymilk, Caramilk, Mr. Big, Chips Ahoy!, Maynards, Sour Patch Kids, Trident Vibes, and Crispers, this prize is the ultimate bundle of delicious snacks.

To participate in the contest, enter by submitting unique product bar codes of two participating Mondelez Canada products on the WinSnackDeliveries website. After you submit your barcode, you'll be entered into the draw to be one of 50 winners who'll receive four subscription snack boxes (one per month) from June to September!

Every subscription snack box will be mailed directly to your home, each with a fun theme every month like Summer S'Mores, Canadian Proud, Movie Night and Back to School. There will be snacks and swag dedicated to those themes in every box.

Whether you're lounging by the pool, in your backyard, having a picnic at the park, or on a hike, you'll be able to keep a tasty snack nearby if you're one of the lucky winners.

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And even if you don't end up winning, there are tons of other ways you can enjoy Mondelez's snacks. Their SnackWorks website features awesome recipes using Mondelez cookies, crackers, candy, and chocolate to create some epic treats like Chips Ahoy! ice cream cake or this family-sized snack board to nibble on during movie night with the fam.

To be honest, it doesn't matter if it's raining or shining, day or night — snacks are always welcome.

Mondelez Canada's Whatever They're Cravin' Contest

How To Enter: Submit the unique barcodes of two participating Mondelez Canada products. Visit the WinSnackDeliveries website for full contest rules and how to enter.

When: Now until May 31 at 11:59 p.m. ET

Where: Canadians can enter online* for the chance to win.

Details: Snack all summer with a box of Mondelez Canada goodies delivered straight to your door each month from June to September.

To learn more about Mondelez's Whatever They're Cravin' Contest and enter for your chance to win, head to the official website.

*No Purchase Necessary. For full Contest Rules and how to enter, visit Contest closes at 11:59:59 PM ET on May 31, 2021. Fifty (50) Prizes available to be won, each consisting of an exclusive snack delivery including an assortment of Mondelez Canada products and Mondelez Canada branded items. The ARV of each Prize is $440.00 (CDN). Three (3) random draws will be held starting on May 3, 2021, in Oakville, ON. Odds of being selected depend on the total number of eligible entries received by each Prize Period End Date. Must be a legal resident of Canada and be age of majority. Correct answer to mathematical skill test required.


A New Map Shows How Many People Are Getting Vaccinated In Each Toronto Neighbourhood

Kingsway South has the highest percentage of vaccinations in those 18+.

As the city continues to battle COVID-19, a new Toronto vaccine map has been created to show just how many people are getting their doses.

The data, which was largely provided by the Ontario Ministry of Health and COVaxON, breaks the city down by neighbourhood and highlights which areas have the highest percentage of vaccinations.

As of May 13, Kingsway South currently holds the top spot, where 66.6% of its 18+ population has initiated vaccination. Centennial Scarborough follows closely behind at 65%.

Kensington-Chinatown is currently in last place, with only 34.8% of residents18+ who have initiated vaccination.

Ontario announced last week that over 50% of adults in the province have received their first dose.

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You Can Buy A Floating Restaurant In BC For Less Than A Vancouver Condo

The listing says you can "earn six figures in 3 months every summer!"

If you've ever been to the Shuswap in British Columbia, you're probably familiar with the floating restaurant on the water. Known as the Shuswap Shark Shack, this place is made up of three floating barges.

Home to sleeping quarters for about 15 people as well as a fully decked-out restaurant and bar, it's the only business of its kind allowed on the lake, says the listing.

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For sale for $749,900, buying this place could also mean buying summer jobs for you and your friends or family. In fact, the listing says that you could earn six figures in the three summer months alone.

"Positioned as one of the most celebrated tourist spots in the Okanagan since 2008, the Shuswap Shark Shack provides a distinctive dining experience on a floating barge in the middle of the scenic Cinnemousun narrows," it says.

Oh, and the purchase comes with two speed boats.

Floating Shuswap Restaurant

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Price: $749,900

Address: 111 Shuswap Ave., BC

Description: A house and a restaurant all in one. Oh, and of course, a really cool job.

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One Ontario lottery winner is celebrating after his birthday gift turned into $250,000.

Fabio Santucci, a 43-year-old resident from Courtice, Ontario, won big from the Instant All About Jackpot with a ticket that he was given as a present.

"This ticket was a birthday gift," he told OLG. "My son in law and I just looked at each other when we realized I won. I thought it was a prank!"

"Everyone asked me if it was real. It still doesn't feel real! I am in shock!" he concluded.

The father of two says he will be putting some of the money aside for his children.

C'est tout près du canal Lachine, à Montréal, que ce nouveau café accueillera les visiteurs et les visiteuses avec leur pour bruncher en bonne compagnie.

L'endroit s'appelle le Café Ruby et il ouvrira ses portes dès le 20 mai pour les commandes à emporter ou la livraison, jusqu'à ce que la santé publique du Québec permette aux citoyen.nes d'aller dans les restaurants.

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L'endroit peut accueillir jusqu'à 50 personnes à l'intérieur ainsi que 40 autres sur la terrasse et le stationnement est gratuit.

Au menu, on trouvera plusieurs choix créés par le propriétaire du restaurant Le Passé Composé, Arnaud Glay, tels que le Sloppy Dog, un pain brioche garni de porc effiloché, le bagel au saumon fumé ou encore la tartine à l'avocat. Il y aura aussi des smoothies frais, des mocktails et des cocktails.

Pendant que tu dégustes ton repas, de la crème glacée sera offerte aux pour que vous puissiez tou.tes vous régaler.

Le Café Ruby

Prix : 💸💸

Type de bouffe : Brunch

Adresse : 3824, rue Saint-Patrick, Montréal, QC

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