Food

The Wexford Restaurant announced Saturday morning that it would be closing its doors after 63 years of serving the community....

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Over half the package is in deferred tax payments for businesses and individuals, struggling to deal with isolation. The other portion is additional support for workers on the frontline of the fight. ...

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Madeline Jafarnejad With the number of COVID-19 cases rising every day in Toronto, and Premier Doug Ford announcing the closure of all non-essential businesses, local shops and restaurants are worried about what the future holds...

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Brunch Fest Toronto took over Hotel X Toronto this weekend showcasing various flavours and tastes from all over the city. ...

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A new bill from the Provincial government means Ontarians could soon be able to buy beer at convenience stores...

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The stench of the popular Southeast Asian fruit durian has been mistaken for natural gas leaks or overwhelmed pilots, forcing them to land planes....

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Tractors are still in the shed and seed planting won’t go ahead until the frozen, wet soil warms up, said Ontario Federation of Agriculture chief Keith Currie....

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Hauler: Aisles of Glory a retro 8-bit side scrolling animated 2D video game rewards players with 500 President's Choice Optimum Card points per day — or 50 cents in-store credit....

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The Caribbean Street Food Festival in east Toronto attracted hundreds of people. Many vendors were sold out by midday....

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The food bank facilities available at George Brown is a great relief to the international students who struggle a lot to pay for their daily needs....

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