Another Toronto mobile vaccine clinic has popped up, this time in East York.

Residents of seven postal codes who are 18 years of age or older can get a vaccine dose on Friday, April 16, and Saturday, April 17, at the clinic located at 4 Massey Sq. in East York.

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There are more COVID-19 vaccines in Toronto up for grabs, but whether you can register for your appointment depends on your postal code.

UPDATE: After just one day of being available, registrations for people in the M5V, M6E and M6H postal codes have been "temporarily paused" until more vaccines become available.

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You might see a new futuristic-looking vehicle dropping your mail off soon. 

On Tuesday, the United States Postel Service (USPS) revealed their all-new modern fleet of postal delivery vehicles, and many on Twitter couldn't help but point out some familiarities with the vehicle's design.

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As Ontario navigates its second wave of COVID-19, some areas of the province have been hit harder than others.

Two GTA neighbourhoods, in particular, are reporting significantly higher positivity rates than the provincial average of 3.9%. 

According to the ICES Ontario COVID-19 dashboard, which identifies communities by the first three letters of their postal codes, there are two GTA neighbourhoods that currently have a positivity rate of over 20%.

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The holidays are typically the time of year when we all could use a few extra bucks, and Canada Post is now hiring across the province. 

The postal service is offering Ontarians the chance to make $21.19 an hour while working as a seasonal postal clerk for the holidays. 

The temporary position requires no experience. All you need is a can-do attitude and the motivation to apply.

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