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Afin d'augmenter la couverture vaccinale chez les jeunes âgés de 12 à 25 ans, la Ville de Montréal, en collaboration avec la Guilde du jeu vidéo du Québec, a lancé, ce mardi 31 août, un tirage de bourses d'études visant les adeptes de jeux vidéos.

Plusieurs bourses d'études pouvant aller jusqu'à 5 000 $ chacune seront tirées parmi les jeunes participant.es. En tout et pour tout, ce sont 25 000 $ de bourses d'études qui sont en jeu.

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If you frequently live-stream your video game sessions on Twitch, love working a side hustle or have a knack for snapping incredible photos or videos, then this Toronto casting call may be for you.

A new documentary campaign is scouting creators, gamers and "go-getters" in and around the GTA for a new documentary series. You don't even need to have previous acting experience.

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Over the course of your life, how much food do you think you've thrown away? 20 pounds? 50? 100? Chances are, like most Canadians, you're underestimating the answer. The average single-family household tosses over 440 pounds of food waste every single year. For Canada as a whole, that amounts to almost 2.2 million tonnes of edible food wasted each year; good food that gets tossed because we buy too much, cook too much or don’t store it correctly. And it even costs the average Canadian household over $1,100 per year.

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You all remember playing Super Smash Bros. It doesn't matter how old you were. Young, old, male or female. It wasn't about age or gender. It was about being the best player at that sleepover or party or hangout and winning those damn bragging rights. You know what I'm talking about. 

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Power Up Bar is the newest addition to Toronto's bar-gaming scene. It opened it's doors at 38 Wellington St. East, previously the space of Trevor’s Kitchen.

From consoles to cocktails, Power Up Bar invites both gamers and non-gamers to enjoy shareable plates ( range from $6.00 to $21.00), local beers and lip-smacking drinks in a space-age like atmosphere.

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