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En septembre 2019, la plateforme Netflix a annoncé la venue d'une quatrième saison de Stranger Things. Voici tout ce que tu veux savoir au sujet de la date de sortie, des tournages et de l’intrigue.  

Cette série fantastique mettant en vedette des jeunes de Hawkins, dans l'Indiana des années 80, connaît un succès monstre et les fans sont impatients de voir la suite.  

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In an announcement on Sunday, the official Jeopardy! Twitter page confirmed that Alex Trebek had died after a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer.

According to the short statement, the Canadian-American TV personality “peacefully” passed away surrounded by his friends and family. He was 80 years old.

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At a media conference today, Justin Trudeau announced that the government would be "immediately" giving $500 million to 15 cities across Canada as part of a new affordable housing initiative. Ottawa's mayor, Jim Watson, personally thanked him on Twitter.

Trudeau addressed the increase in homelessness across Canada amid the coronavirus pandemic, and revealed his plans to combat it.

“Now that the pandemic has made housing needs more acute, we are stepping up again,” he stated, adding: “Our largest cities face a growing need for affordable housing, we’re investing $500 million for immediate support for long-term housing for municipalities that have the highest demand.”

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If you're looking for a little extra scare this spooky season then this is the place for you.

The Magnolia Hotel in Seguin, Texas has been featured on Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures" and Discovery Channel's "When Ghost Attack," and it could now be your next vacation stay.

The Haunted Hotel is now listed on Airbnb for $242 dollars a night.

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As cases of COVID-19 continue to climb in the city, Mayor Jim Watson is calling for a crackdown. He wants to lower Ottawa’s indoor gathering limit to 10 people and is calling for the outdoor limit to be reduced to just 20. “We're not fooling around,” he said.

As Ottawa’s number of COVID-19 cases continues to spike, the mayor is proposing a new set of rules that he hopes will flatten the curve.

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