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Dining out in Toronto takes more effort than just making a reservation when you have a disability, but thanks to this TikToker – it may be getting easier.

Taylor Lindsay-Noel, a 28-year-old quadriplegic woman in Toronto, is changing the game for others in her community through accessibility reviews on TikTok of restaurants and experiences in the city.

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A video emerged on Wednesday, February 10, that showed a large group of people gathered around a table at an Earls restaurant in Edmonton. 

In an email sent to Narcity, Mark Hladik, chief restaurant officer of Earls Restaurants, said restaurant management is "deeply concerned by a video shared on social media showing a group gathered together at our Edmonton Crossroads location on the evening of February 9."

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Getting through life's demands on a daily basis can be downright tiring. Working, cleaning, cooking, running errands... the list really can go on and on.

One surefire way to buffer the fatigue and stress of all the things on your plate is by treating yourself to some takeout. 

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My family loves going out for dinner at Earls. Over the past couple years, it's become a tradition at least once a month (sometimes more) for us to snuggle up in our favorite booth, drink some wine, and order what seems to be the same thing every time. We love it because the food is always good and so is the service.

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Young Vancouverites are big dreamers with big aspirations - singers, actresses, artists, ambitious students, etc. Unfortunately, Vancouver is damn expensive, and we are in desperate need for something to fund our dreams. Viola! You become a server.

You know what it's like to work with catty servers, you know what it's like to go to work and get cut after 2 hours on a rainy day, you know that struggle when you get assigned to the patio section during the in-between seasons - we feel you bruh. You're not alone!

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