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Feel free to be a teen at Dollarama
Just try not to summon the cops
Dollarama won’t stop behaving teenagers from roaming the aisles of a northwest Toronto location. However, previous disruptive behaviour led staff to call police, who issued trespass notices to those kids. The situation came to light in a TikTok of a PA system announcement delivered with exaggeration.
The convoy aftermath rolls on
Figuring out where the Ottawa convoy protest donations went remains a pursuit for CBC News, while nearly $2 million remains in escrow while a class-action lawsuit from disrupted locals is processed. Meanwhile, in the case of arson initially blamed on the convoy by some politicians, a second suspect charged with it also had no connection.
Kristyn Wong-Tam hopes to take a seat in Queen’s Park. Toronto Centre’s city councillor got this opening to run in the Ontario election there after NDP MPP Suze Morrison said health concerns are keeping her from seeking re-election. Wong-Tam’s bid parallels the electoral leap ambitions of Michael Ford.
Representation before and after
APTN rescuing Michelle Latimer’s documentary from cancellation has seemingly now helped Inconvenient Indian get better buzz before its broadcast and streaming debut. Meanwhile, director Barry Avrich said “it doesn’t matter” who tells Black stories when accepting an award for his film about Oscar Peterson, and then he said sorry for that:
Toronto Blue Jays are learning to live with the fact they’re stuck at the SkyDome. Stadium improvements ahead of the home opener include a new scoreboard, lights and concessions. Demolition rumblings emerged from Rogers in the middle of the pandemic exile, but the dome will be renovated instead.
Finally, this betrothal trilogy
Avril Lavigne was 21 when she married Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley in 2006. Seven years later, she got hitched to Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger and they became icons of the blended name. Third time around, a ring was placed on her finger by a Minnesota singer named Mod Son, who proposed in Paris: