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A brief scroll on Instagram and you'll likely come across people living their best lives with free gifts and food. Well, you too can live like an influencer this summer and get free treats from local makers just by posting about them on social media.

After their Pick-Me-Ups event in Toronto last fall was a total hit, MilkUP is touring Ontario with a new post-to-pay market.

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There's nothing more refreshing than crisp spring air and the sight of snow melting. Maybe the greenery starting to peek through will even inspire you to pick up some eco-friendly habits after being cooped up all winter.

To help you get back into the swing of spring, Lindeman's is hosting the Sunshine Station, a wine tasting pop-up, in Toronto's trendy stackt Market this May.

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The Dusty Star Drive-In Diner is coming back to the GTA this month with new food vendors and the same '50s magic.

From September 24 to 26, they will be hosting a pop-up immersive '50s experience in Etobicoke with a live '50s rock band, new food from Fidel Gastro's food truck, an outdoor night market, and beer from Mascot Brewery.

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If you're looking to book an appointment at Toronto's COVID-19 vaccine pop-up clinics, you might be out of luck. 

The City of Toronto announced on Wednesday that most of its incoming mobile and pop-up vaccine clinics would be restricted to walk-up appointments only. 

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Last week, the City of Toronto announced that anyone over the age of 18 living in a Toronto COVID-19 hot spot would be able to get their vaccine at a participating 18+ pop-up vaccine clinic.

Appointments at these pop-up clinics cannot be made through Ontario's provincial booking system — they are done through Toronto Public Health and, to avoid people from other neighbourhoods flocking to get inoculated, their locations are being kept on the down-low.

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