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When you think of a concrete jungle like Toronto, you may not associate it with nature – but maybe you should. Toronto was just ranked Canada's second-best city to enjoy nature in a recent study by The Body Shop.

The study analyzed the amount of natural green areas, community gardens, dog parks, walking trails and air quality across twenty cities in Canada.

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Doing any high-impact workout without a well-fitting sports bra is awkward because things end up bouncing all over the place. For women who wear a larger cup size, a heavy duty bra—one that still looks cute—is key.

If you’re looking for a hefty hold, these stylish bras are the best support system you could ask for.

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It is time to get outdoors and enjoy the sunshine at one of these dreamy picnic spots in Ontario.

Figuring out what to do with your free time doesn't need to be complicated. Go ahead and grab some of your favourite snacks and a blanket, and you are ready to enjoy a meal outdoors.

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Summer 2020 was a bust due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but things are looking pretty good for summer 2021 as vaccines continue to be administered around the world.

Receiving the vaccine might become the only way for you to see the beautiful state of Hawaii this year, as they may be requiring an all-new digital vaccine passport.

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Starting on Tuesday at 12:01 a.m., 27 health regions are moving into Ontario's COVID-19 Response Framework. 

Under this plan, regions will move into the green, yellow, orange, red or grey zone depending on the amount of COVID-19 cases they are experiencing. 

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