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When it comes to Owen Sound's "Work from Home Capital of Canada" title, the city has now claimed it.

Even though the city had already been calling itself that and was giving away PJs to prove it, the title is now official.

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The initiative is meant to show all that the city has to offer, like a relaxed lifestyle, access to healthcare, historic homes and beautiful natural landscapes along with 5G internet and cellular coverage needed for remote working.

There's even an online campaign that features locals going about their day with business clothes on top and pajamas on the bottom.

Owen Sound wants people to consider the city if they're looking to make a change and find a better work-life balance.

It's located along the shores of Georgian Bay and a two-hour drive from the Greater Toronto Area.

Recently, a report ranked the best work from home cities in Canada and Dieppe, New Brunswick got the top spot.

If you've been working from home during the pandemic, there's a tax deduction that you could be eligible for and it gets you money back.

A Guinness World Record has just been bestowed upon a very, very tall Canadian teen, and he truly stands head and shoulders above most of us.

15-year-old Olivier Rioux clocks in at a neck-ache inducing 7 feet, 5.33 inches tall, which has earned him a place in the 2022 edition of the Guinness World Records as the world's tallest living male teenager. That makes him taller than any of the Toronto Raptors players.

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Dashcam Captures Toronto Woman's Disturbing Racist Encounter With An Angry Driver

A man can be seen yelling racial slurs and spitting at a woman.

This article contains graphic content that might not be suitable for some readers.

A Toronto woman has posted dashcam footage of her racist encounter with an angry driver to YouTube, and she told Narcity she plans to press charges.

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This morning, the Encampment Support Network Toronto (ESNTO) held a press conference outside Mayor John Tory's condo in support of "the 50+ encampment residents & defenders ticketed/charged for standing up against the City's brutal evictions," they said on Twitter.

On September 14, ESNTO informed their followers on Twitter to come down to Mayor Tory's condo on the morning of September 16. According to a news release issued on September 16, Toronto Police arrested three people today, and eight more are wanted for the protests against the clearing of the homeless encampment at Lamport Stadium back in July.

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