Doug Ford says Ontario is preparing for a second wave of COVID-19

Premier Doug Ford said the province is taking steps to prepare for a possible second wave of COVID-19, which could happen in the fall, according to a report by the Canadian Press. Ford made the statement Tuesday during a tour of a facility manufacturing personal protective equipment in Cambridge, though he didn't provide any further…

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Visa requirement for Vietnam: the different types of visas

Vietnam has a strict visa requirements, meaning that most international travellers going to Vietnam need a visa to get in. However, the country has also implemented exceptions to this visa requirements, and on top of that also has a number of different types of visas which grant you permission to enter at specific border crossings,…

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Blue Insurance Adds Covid-19 Cancellation Insurance

Blue Insurance, which is now part of the CoverMore Group, has added Covid-19 Cancellation Insurance to its travel insurance policies for the Irish travel trade from Tuesday 14 July 2020, but cover will only be in place once the Department of Foreign Affairs lifts the restriction on travel. The addition comprises cancellation cover resulting from…

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Where to Experience Black Culture in New York State

Credit: @chopan585 on Instagram Black culture has a deep impact on New York State. Jazz and hip-hop, art and dance, sports, literature, history, film, food, and fashion—all of these worlds look a lot less interesting without the contributions of Black New Yorkers. There are many ways and places to experience Black culture in New York…

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How to order a beer in Amsterdam

Woman enjoying a beer at Café Tabac in Amsterdam's Jordaan district Order Beer Like An Amsterdammer Ordering a beer is simple enough, of course. But knowing the Amsterdam lingo for doing so can certainly help prevent unwelcome surprises. After all, you wouldn’t be the first tourist who, after ordering a beer in English, gets its…

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Khao Taan – Dev

The rise of a neo-Thai restaurant scene in the last three years has created unprecedented opportunities for Thai eating in Berlin. On one hand, there’s superstar Dalad Khambu’s Michelin starred Kin Dee in Schöneberg with her niche-defying Thai tasting menus. And on the othear there’s the eclectic interpretation of Northern Thai by means of the…

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The West Toronto Railpath is the city’s hidden urban trail next to the train tracks

The West Toronto Railpath is a rare corridor that makes traversing Toronto's industrial west end a lot more enjoyable.  Made just for walkers, joggers, and cyclists, this scenic 2.1-kilometre trail cuts through the Junction Triangle.  Both the Dupont and Bloor Street bridges are clearly demarcated as part of the West Toronto Railpath. It runs Cariboo Avenue, just north of…

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