We are now marking the end of 2020 and looking ahead towards 2021. This year has not been the greatest of years, thanks to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that has led to many people being sick, and a large … Continue reading →
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Today, December 29th 2019, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) officially ran their fleet of Canadian Light Rail Vehicles (CLRV) for the last time over a portion of the 501 Queen line. Between Wolseley…
I just want to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. While this year’s Christmas may be a lot different, I hope that this message finds you safe. The year is coming to a close and I would also like to … Continue reading →
Team Canada has announced its’ 25 man roster for the 2021 Wold Junior Championships, to be held in Edmonton starting on Boxing Day. Team Canada is looking at defending its’ championship, after winning the 2020 World Juniors back in January.
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Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 Lakeshore Santa Claus Parade, traditionally held on the first Saturday of December, had to be cancelled this year. However, in honour of the day which the parade was scheduled to be held, I’d … Continue reading →