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Canada has lost many beloved businesses over the course of the pandemic, including both independent shops and chains with locations all over North America.

The province of Ontario has said goodbye to a number of these once-popular retailers, from Kiehl's to Godiva to NYX Cosmetics. 

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Don't forget to lock your doors. Toronto police are warning residents about a recent string of break-and-enters.

According to a press release,  the incidents involve an unknown suspect, who takes advantage of unlocked doors to enter homes. 

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Several Toronto schools have now closed their doors in the wake of a series of COVID-19 outbreaks.

Toronto District School Board's databank shows that at least three of its facilities have been forced to shut down during the second wave.

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On Friday, Doug Ford announced that some of the province's hot spots will be going into lockdown starting next week.  

While multiple venues will be forced to close their doors, there still are a few things that will remain open during the Toronto and Peel lockdown

You won't be able to go to any gyms, shopping malls or hair salons, but you can still go to school. Restaurants will be limited to take-out and delivery.

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When you're craving a fun adventure in the city, you may hesitate if you're on a budget. Nights out on the town can get fairly costly but if you play your cards right, you can find plenty of cheap things to do in Atlanta that are just as fun as the ones that require tons of cash.

If you've only got $20 to spare, this mini checklist of affordable activities will be your new best friend.

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