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You read that right: someone in the 6ix was using a bow and arrow to shoot at a drone Thursday morning.

Toronto Police tweeted about an "unknown trouble" in the Dundas Street East and Greenwood Avenue area on September 30. "You had somebody who, I think, took offence to a drone being flown in or near their area," Constable David Hopkinson told Narcity over the phone.

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You can experience a stunning light display in the sky this holiday season.

The Holiday Drone Show near Toronto uses technology to create incredible moving shapes that light up the night.

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A lot has changed since the COVID-19 pandemic began over 8 months ago, and now Walmart is taking things to a whole new futuristic level.

The supermarket chain is now pairing with Quest Diagnostics and DroneUp to send out a fleet of drones to deliver at-home self-collection COVID-19 test kits in cities that are seeing a massive increase in case numbers.

El Paso, Texas is the latest spot to get the opportunity of air-born tests, as the massive border city has seen a huge spike in confirmed cases with over 75,000 residents being infected.

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By taking advantage of all the incredible modern upgrades that are being rapidly made in drone related technology, the team at Brinton Photography is able to snap some INCREDIBLE ariel photographs of Halifax and Nova Scotia.  By using the best possible drones at their disposal, Brinton is able to expertly capture our beautiful Atlantic Canadian landscape in both photographic and video form.

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