With the Zoom time limit removed for the holidays, virtual celebrations can last longer and this comes as provinces are telling Canadians not to gather in person this year.

All free Zoom accounts will have the 40-minute limit removed for calls all around the world on the last day of Hanukkah, the last day of Kwanzaa, Christmas Eve and Day, and New Year's Eve and Day.

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For the Toronto by-election in 2020, people in both York Centre and Toronto Centre are heading to the polls but the deadline to vote by mail is fast approaching.

If you'll be away during advanced polls or on election day, which is on October 26, you can vote by mail or in person at an Election Canada office. You can also do this method if you don't feel safe going out to polling stations.

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If you have old holiday videos sitting around, it might be time to cash in on them. 

An Ontario casting call is looking to pay you $600 if you send in your existing or new home recordings. 

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