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There's no question that the pandemic has changed our lives in many ways. One of the significant shifts has been the ways in which we socialize and, in turn, begin new relationships.

Dating during COVID-19 is a whole new world and, according to a Canadian dating and relationships coach, some changes might be here to stay. 

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Toronto is changing the way it responds to some 911 calls.

On Tuesday, Toronto City Council unanimously approved a pilot project for civilian crisis workers to respond to some non-emergency, non-violent calls in Toronto instead of police officers.

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It seems that some Torontonians aren't following stay-at-home orders. 

Police were forced to investigate 11 separate complaints of large gatherings in Toronto on Tuesday night.

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Toronto's City Council is one step closer to approving a new pilot program that would see Toronto non-police response teams show up to some calls in the city. 

If the city's Executive Committee says yes at its meeting next Wednesday, Toronto's City Council will then vote on approving the new teams to respond to non-violent and non-emergency calls, like cases involving mental health crises or wellness checks, in neighbourhoods across Toronto, Scarborough, and Etobicoke.

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Peel Regional Police are asking residents not to call 911 for info on Ontario's stay-at-home order.

Police tweeted on Thursday that communicators were being
"overwhelmed" by calls about the new lockdown restrictions.

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