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These days, life moves at such a fast pace that constant stress is pretty much the norm. I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels like I need an escape sometimes. Looking for a way to slow down and retreat to a simpler time, I hit the road to spend a day at Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg, Ontario.

Just over an hour’s drive outside of Ottawa and Kingston, or about two hours from Montreal, Upper Canada Village is a popular attraction that transports folks back into the 1860s.

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Kim Kardashian's Instagram has been plastered with bikini images of her showing off her sculpted body and flat abs, and she says her slimmed-down look is all thanks to her Marilyn Monroe dress stunt for the Met Gala.

During a recent interview with TODAY, Kim gushed about many things, including her recent beach holiday with her boyfriend Pete Davidson and the fact that she's undeniably more fit now than ever before.

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Have you ever been so mad or heartbroken that you decided to break into a museum and smash $5 million worth of historical artifacts?

Police say a man stormed into the Dallas Museum of Art on Wednesday night and destroyed $5 million worth of ancient artifacts in a smashing spree.

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After being forced to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry will be reopening its doors to members starting March 4 and to the public on March 7.

As part of the reopening, the museum will be starting their Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes exhibit, which will feature over 300 artifacts, including original comic pages and interactive activities.

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Are you wondering what you can officially do again now that Ottawa entered the orange zone? If you are looking for fun things to do in Ottawa, while staying safe, these spots may be the answer. 

While the province is still recommending people stay home as much as possible, shops and services have begun to reopen in regions that have moved into the coloured zones of Ontario's COVID-19 Response Framework

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