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With Canada experiencing its fifth wave of COVID-19 and many lockdowns, Ontarians are expressing their need to get back to the life they once lived before.

A recent study by the Angus Reid Institute showed that 54% of Ontarians agree that it's time to end COVID-19 restrictions and believe people who feel at risk should self-isolate.

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Ontario nurses are speaking out following Doug Ford's latest reopening plan, which allows both indoor dining and gyms to resume operations on January 31 at 50% capacity.

In a statement on Thursday, the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario called the decision "premature" and claims that it will "prolong the current health system crisis."

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Ontarians know first-hand how boring things can get when the province tightens up on its COVID-19 restrictions, and the latest set of rules are no different. So why not use this downtime to try some fun, new outdoor activities that may just feed the adventure bug in you?

You can discover frozen waterfalls or even take part in geocaching at one of the many beautiful parks around Ontario.

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Getting stuck on a date with someone you just met can either be a comedy-filled nightmare or the premise of a Hallmark movie.

A 30-year-old woman is still trying to decide which one she's dealing with after she got trapped at her blind date's house for several days during a COVID-19 lockdown in China.

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With the rapid rise of COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU admissions, the Ontario government made the call to reintroduce some lockdown measures to curb the spread of the Omicron variant.

As of January 5, a modified step two was put in place, imposing restrictions such as five-person gathering limits indoors, and indoor dining, gyms, and movie theatres being temporarily shut down. Some Ontarians are, undoubtedly, fed up with going into another lockdown.

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