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You can get supersized cocktails on this new Toronto patio, and you'll need to bring a friend or two to help you drink them.
Apt 200 has opened its very first patio, and to celebrate, it's offering massive punch bowls you can share with your favourite people.
The 3.5-litre cocktails come in flavours like White Sangria and Catamaran Punch, and you can add liquor into your bowl with a special 'drink clip' attached to the side.
The bowls are mixed with half a mickey of alcohol, and the venue will be serving full mickey versions as well.
Enjoy some giant boozy drinks with easily accessible refills at this new patio in the city. But don't forget to drink responsibly!
Boozy Punch Bowls
Price: $85 per bowl
Address: 1034 Queen W. Apt. 200, Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy some mega-sized beverages at this new Toronto patio this summer.
"I'd just throw the key," says Ford.
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Doug Ford wasn't holding back on Wednesday when he was asked about the recently denied parole of serial killer Paul Bernardo.
In a press conference, Ford shared what was on his mind. "I'd just throw the key away and let this guy rot. He's nothing but a scumbag."
The comment comes after reporters asked Ford if he agrees with the victim's families, who are calling on the federal government to extend the period between parole hearings from two years to five. Ford said he agrees "100%."
On Tuesday, Bernardo was denied parole after he revealed that he committed the crimes out of entitlement. He was also denied parole back in 2018.
The killer has been serving a life sentence for first-degree murder, sexual assault and other offences.
The charges were laid after Bernardo and his then-wife, Karla Homolka, murdered teens Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy in the 1990s. Bernardo has also admitted to sexually assaulting 14 other women.
This place is gorgeously evil!
A deliciously sinister property near the historic Casa Loma is now selling for $5.5 million, and its black and white interior will make you feel like Cruella de Vil.
377 Walmer Road is a strikingly unique four-bedroom home that sits up the street from Casa Loma.
To say the home has a black and white aesthetic would be an understatement — it's full-blown 101 Dalmatians in there.
From the black and white striped walls to hidden dark hideouts, you'll be planning out your evil schemes in no time.
You also have a private terrace on each level, so you can enjoy your morning coffee in peace.
If you're looking to be the next Disney villain, this might just be the home for you.
Casa Loma Home
Address: 377 Walmer Rd., Toronto, ON
Description: A home that would make Cruella de Vil envious.