Superior court judge rules elderly couple can be mask free in their condo building

Have mask mandates gone too far when people are restricted access to their condo buildings without masks? A superior court judge in Burlington ruled that no proof is required for medical exemptions, but lawyers and corporations are attempting to go against it. Ontario Superior Court judge ruled that a Burlington couple age 72 and 68 […]

Police attempt to arrest Chris Sky on IG live

If the Quarantine Act states that a person with a medical exemption has the right to not wear a mask in public places without proving or disclosing the medical reason, should people be arrested and fined for not wearing masks? Over the weekend, anti-lockdown activist Chris Sky went on live Instagram and told his audience […]

Toronto owed over $550 million in fines

People owe approximately $552 million in fines to the City of Toronto. As first reported by BlogTO, many people have outstanding fines across the city. Whether you’ve forgotten about that parking ticket or deliberately put off paying another fine, you’re not the only one. While there are many in the same boat, it’s not a […]

1,200 creatives to launch artwork to moon

Fly me to the moon! Toronto-based writer Samuel Peralta is sending a time capsule of writing, artwork, music, and more from 1,200 international creatives to the moon. Dubbed The Peregrine Collection, Peralta hopes that his lunar cargo will spread joy to others and inspire hope during this difficult time. He said that The Peregrine Collection […]

Toronto to create 34 new neighbourhoods

Toronto will soon have a new map that will feature 34 new neighbourhoods. The map will redefine certain neighbourhoods that have traditionally been clumped up into general regions. The plan was unveiled by the municipal government. The city’s official website reads, “in recent years, population growth has made each neighbourhood’s population unbalanced in relation to […]