Thousands storm Queen’s Park to protest Doug Ford’s cuts to health care

An estimated 8,000 outraged Ontario residents are marching on Queen's Park in downtown Toronto today to voice their opposition against the PC government's deep and sweeping cuts to health care services across the province. Ford Protest - This has become a daily event.⁦@OntarioHealthC⁩ ⁦@OPSEU⁩ ⁦@TOPublicHealth⁩ ⁦@fordnation⁩ #onpoli pic.twitter.com/IgJrZHXKV0— Michael Coteau (@coteau) April 30, 2019 Organized…

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The top 17 warehouse sales in Toronto this May

The top warehouse sales in Toronto for May 2019 have never been juicier with stuff from Herschel, Shiseido, Hue, Alexander McQueen, Geox and many more for sale on the cheap. Meanwhile, you have the chance to raid the closet of the stars at a huge movie wardrobe sale. Happy shopping! Events you might want to check out:Haight & Ashbury…

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Toronto is complaining about Raptors playoff tickets

My, my, my, how fast the tables turn. Last week, Toronto sports fans were all "yay, Raptors!" and "boo, Blue Jays!" and "eh, the Leafs had a better run than usual, I guess." Raptors have to lower these playoff ticket prices because these crowds have been sooooo dead— Arjun Bedi (@thearjunbedi) April 28, 2019 This week,…

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Great Lakes USA is Unique and Diverse

Yolanda Fletcher from Cellet PR in the UK brought representatives from Great Lakes USA to the Morrison Hotel on a rainy night in Dublin. Luckily the products on offer were both varied and interesting from a region of the USA as big as Europe. Toby McCarrick, Great Lakes USA; Michael Doorley, Shandon Travel; Bladhana Richardson,…

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Emirates Unveils Pavilion for Expo 2020 Dubai

Emirates, Premier Partner and the Official Airline of Expo 2020 Dubai, has unveiled the design and concepts of its ultramodern pavilion for the six-month event. The Emirates Pavilion will utilise interactive technologies and design-thinking focusing on the future of commercial aviation.   Taking place from 20 October 2020 to 10 April 2021, Expo 2020 Dubai…

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daa Delivers Record Profits As Passenger Numbers Increase

Profits at daa Group increased by 6% to a record €133 million last year as the company, which has operations in 13 countries, benefitted from higher passenger numbers and increased commercial income. daa’s results for 2018 showed that the Group, which operates Dublin and Cork Airports, the global travel retailer ARI, and daa International, had…

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Restaurants with Delicious Organic Food

Nowadays we are all very aware of eating well, not only consuming healthy products, but also to choose produce that is completely natural, without the use of any chemicals. This hype for eating natural food has led to big producers of organic products, and every supermarket has now added a small or larger section of…

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The Best Playgrounds in Barcelona

Children love to play in parks with other children. They enjoy the swings and being outside, they can release some of their adrenaline. In any urban city, playgrounds are of vital importance for families, so that children can go outdoors and play. For this exact reason many parents choose to live in an area where…

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Berlin Food Digest #33

Dear Reader, Behold a time of celebration! Clocks sprung forward, the sun finally scared away the rain and Berlin summer is around the corner. Last month the Berlin food scene was dazzled with a few new Michelin stars as well, among them BFS longtime favourites ernst, Kin Dee and CODA, who all received a shiny…

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Palais-Royal History: A Peaceful Place for Parisians

Hiding in plain sight, just a stroll from the Louvre, former palace Palais-Royal is one of Paris’ most intriguing insider secrets. While visitors flock to iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and Palais Garnier, this heritage arcade often escapes attention. In the 1st arrondissement, it’s a favorite with locals, drawn by the rich Palais-Royal…

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