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Jennifer Abel Got Engaged After Coming Home From Tokyo Olympics

Canadian athlete Jennifer Abel got engaged to professional Canadian boxer David Lemieux after coming home from Tokyo where she won a silver medal and represented the country on the podium.

The Olympic-winning diver from Quebec posted on Instagram about the proposal and wrote, "I said YES to my soulmate."

She posted a photo of her and her fiance showing off the ring and also a video of Lemieux surprising her at the airport when she came home from Tokyo by getting down on one knee and asking her to marry him.

The newly engaged couple shared a hug and a kiss in the middle of the airport as Abel cried.

Abel and her diving partner Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu won silver in the women's 3-metre synchronized springboard event at the Tokyo Olympics.

Fasten your seatbelts, Ontario drivers: your commute down Highway 427 is about to get a lot faster.

Ontario announced that it's opening up a 10-kilometre expansion of Highway 427 this Saturday, September 18. The expansion will stretch from Finch Avenue to Major Mackenzie Drive in order to help with traffic flow and minimize congestion.

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People In Durham Are Now Required To Track Any & All Visitors Or Risk Facing A Hefty Fine

If you don't keep a list of your guests' info, you could potentially get in trouble.

If you're planning on having some friends over and you're living in the Durham Region (which is anywhere from Pickering to Whitby) there are some new rules that you now need to follow.

As of September 11 at 12:01 a.m., anyone who hosts a social gathering in the area — from homeowners, tenants, owners, and business operators — must conduct contract tracing of everyone who comes over. This means having a complete list of names and contact information of everyone who comes over (no matter how old they are) and holding onto that information for at least a month.

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No more Team Moderna or Pfizer; the names of COVID-19 vaccines in Canada have been changed and the new ones are pretty strange.

On September 16, Health Canada announced that it has approved changes to the brand names of the Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines. Now, Pfizer is Comirnaty, Moderna is Spikevax and AstraZeneca is Vaxzevria.

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