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LA Shut Down Outdoor Dining But This SoCal Neighborhood Said ‘Nah’ & Is Staying Open

Outdoor dining will no longer be allowed in Los Angeles County, but nearby Pasadena has no time for this and will be keeping its restaurants open for in-person business.

While Pasadena is a part of LA County, it issues its own health orders from its own health department and this is how it got around the dining shutdown.

The California Restaurant Association is generally against the order prohibiting outdoor dining, and went to court this morning to fight it, asking that specific scientific evidence be provided to support it — they were denied.

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So, if you want to dine outdoors, heading on over to Pasadena is an option, but, of course, many people aren't loving this as COVID cases all over California are at a record high.

Some people are comparing Pasadena to Florida.

Pasadena basically just said this.

While many people are outraged about Pasadena not following the order, there's always another side to the story.

Dining has truly become a point of contention in California.

The federal election is coming up, and Erin O'Toole has just released a proposed program to help the hospitality industry and give back to Canadians.

On Wednesday, September 8, the Conservative leader announced that he'd introduce the Dine and Discover Program if he were to be elected. The program would give customers a 50% rebate for dining at restaurants, within certain parameters.

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Here's Where You Can Spend Those Remaining Dollars In Your Wellness Fund This Year

Put it towards sports gear, fitness trackers, yoga classes and more.

Narcity may receive a small commission if you purchase something we recommend in this article, which was created by the Narcity Shop team. Items are in stock and prices are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

If you work at a company that offers an annual wellness fund, then you should seriously take advantage of it. Usually, you can use it for a gym membership or exercise equipment. Sometimes, you can even use it on things like supplements, fitness trackers or even shoes.

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Canada's Restaurants Are Getting Costlier & Prices Are Expected 'To Go Up Significantly'

It's not just groceries that are getting more expensive, an expert revealed.

With food prices in Canada on the rise, an expert revealed that you should also expect to be paying way more at restaurants soon.

Sylvain Charlebois, a professor and director of the Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University, told Narcity that the country is experiencing "the highest hike" in the year-to-year prices of food right now when it comes to actual dollar amounts.

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If you're stumped on where to go or what to do on your next trip through Ontario, fear not — Tripadvisor just dropped its 2021 Traveller's Choice Awards and nine places in this province cracked the "best of the best" lists for Canadian vacations.

Ontario ranked highly for hotels, fine dining, and top things to do in the province — everything you need for planning your next trip here. All of the rankings were drawn from the experiences of the travellers who have visited these places before.

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