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Just days after details about Ontario’s latest stay-at-home order were announced, the provincial government is walking back some of its restrictions.

By Sunday, April 18, the government had revealed it would be reversing some aspects of the restrictions on outdoor spaces and altering the newly announced policing powers.

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Torontonians apartment hunting in today's rental market are all too familiar with the challenges that come with finding the perfect home.

Landing an affordable, spacious and aesthetically pleasing apartment with sights of the cityscape can seem too good to be true. More often, we're left paying a premium for a choice between no space or no view.

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After a year of being stuck inside, there are lots of Torontonians looking for 2021 spring cleaning tips.

That's according to The Tidy Moose founder Ivanka Siolkowsky, an organizing expert certified in the KonMari Method created by Marie Kondo.

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Khaleel Seivwright, the carpenter behind the Toronto Tiny Shelters project that made news this weekend, says his temporary shelters should be allowed to stay on city property in order to save lives.

Seivwright's insulated huts are designed to help members of the city’s homeless community stay warm and safe this winter, but the City of Toronto has told him that he has to remove the structures from public property.

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On Thursday, November 19, the province's top doctor, Bonnie Henry, addressed the public, putting further new rules on wearing masks in B.C. 

As of now, masks will be mandatory in all indoor public spaces in the province. 

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