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It's almost time to get your green on, because a massive St. Patrick's Day party is coming to Toronto, and you can celebrate like you're in Ireland.

After 735 days, Guinness SPD is returning to the city's waterfront on March 19. The giant celebration will take place downtown at Rebel Nightclub and will host a total of 5,000 party-goers in a 45,000 square-foot space.The festivities will last all day long, and there will be no shortage of things to do.

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It may be the middle of winter, but one Ontario man is creating some major heat.

London resident Mike Jack set a chili eating Guinness World Record by gobbling down three of the hottest chili peppers on Earth in under 10 seconds.

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You can actually own some record-breaking items thanks to the Guinness World Records Museum auction.

The museum, which has been a Niagara landmark since 1978, permanently closed on September 7, 2020.

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The 6ix is home to plenty of bizarre and impressive people. In fact, there are a variety of Toronto Guinness World Records that sound just a little too weird to be true. One man even broke a record after juggling while running a marathon. 

From the world's largest food to running a race in a far-out costume, Toronto is home to some of the most unique records ever broken. 

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Canada is home to plenty of champions. If you’ve ever wondered about the different world records in Canada, prepare to be surprised. The country holds tons of weird and wonderful awards and some are so bizarre it’s hard to believe they’re real at all!

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