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Understandably, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, most people are worried about their health, their family’s well-being and staying safe. The “lesser” side effects — damage to our personal relationships or social lives, for example — tend to go ignored. The ability to meet new people organically at coffee shops, concerts, a friend’s wedding or at bars
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Prince William and Prince Harry won’t walk side-by-side Saturday as they follow their grandfather’s coffin into the church ahead of Prince Philip‘s funeral, minimizing the chances of any awkward moments between the brothers, who are grappling with strained relations since Harry’s decision to step away from royal duties last year. Buckingham Palace on Thursday released
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With the COVID-19 restrictions and the closures of schools in some provinces, keeping kids entertained while they’re stuck at home has been difficult for parents. Toy Insider’s Laurie Schacht, who recently joined The Morning Show, says there are simple and affordable ways to keep kids occupied. From moulding your own ice cream scoops to engaging
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Striking up a conversation with a stranger in-person is already hard enough, but breaking the ice while dating online during COVID-19 has added extra challenges. Sex and relationship expert Jessica O’Reilly recently visited The Morning Show to discuss the do’s and don’ts of navigating online dating. According to O’Reilly, a number of don’ts include: “playing
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TD bank is apologizing to a customer after a portion of her fraud claim was denied because it wasn’t received within the required time period to investigate. Between August 2020 and January 2021, Era Portner fell victim to several unauthorized DoorDash charges to her debit card. “I was surprised because I never order online,” said
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After recommendations from Toronto Public Health, 22 schools in the city temporarily closed on Tuesday due to COVID-19 investigations.  According to infectious diseases specialist Isaac Bogoch, issues including the spread of variants and unchecked community transmission in Ontario regions have been main concerns.  “I think you’re going to see medical officers of health look at the
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On Monday, Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) announced it is now recommending AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine not be administered to people under the age of 55. According to infectious diseases specialist Dr. Isaac Bogoch, over the last few weeks, there have been rare reports of blood clotting in Europe associated with AstraZeneca. “There were
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When Camille Proctor’s son Ari was one, she noticed he was having trouble processing his surroundings. Like any concerned parent, she took him to his pediatrician. The Detroit native says health-care professionals quickly dismissed the possibility of her son having autism. After going to several health-care professionals, Ari was officially diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder
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The generational parallels between Royal Family members have been a topic of discussion for many, and naturally so, since the similarities can be striking.  When comparing siblings, Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret were very much like Princes Harry and William by the support they provided one another, says royal biographer Andrew Morton.  Morton recently joined
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Wednesday marks International Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV), an annual event celebrating trans lives by raising awareness about the systemic problems affecting communities. There’s no shortage of problems in health care; transphobia prevents many Canadians from visiting doctors and emergency rooms, and getting tested for COVID-19, according to national surveys by TransPulse Canada. A lack
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After a winter in lockdown for many Canadians, spring is finally here.  For inexpensive hacks to get your home ready for the new season, lifestyle expert Susie Wall recently joined The Morning Show to share her best tips.  Read more: Spring cleaning, coronavirus-style — Areas in your home you shouldn’t ignore Wall recommends adding a
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The NCAA came under fire on Thursday after Stanford sports performance coach Ali Kershner posted photos of the training facilities at the men’s Indianapolis bubble, comparing them to photos of the amenities at the women’s San Antonio bubble. In the photos Kershner posted to her social media accounts, the men’s workout equipment, including squat racks,
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