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Ontario Emergency Brake Rules Prohibit DJ Livestreams.

TORONTO — Ontario venue owners are being dealt another COVID-19 setback after the provincial government outlawed live streaming shows for the second time this year. The latest measures in Doug Ford’s “emergency brake” plan, introduced on Thursday, prohibit virtual events from taking place over the next four weeks – an effort to slow the spread […]

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Establishment: Covid-19 Lockdown Why did you become a bartender? I Became a bartender because it looked like a lot of fun. I love adding to the customers experience when coming to Blue Suede Sue’s and making sure it’s a memorable one. What made you want to work at the bar at which you’re currently bartending? […]

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Toronto Partier Lucy Li Wanted in Murder

  UPDATED Mar 26th: Police believe they’ve left the country and are on the run in eastern europe. Hamilton Police have issued warrants for two suspects involved in the Tyler Pratt homicide and the attempted murder of a second victim. Oliver Karafa, 28-years-old, and Yun (Lucy) Lu Li, 25-years-old, are wanted for 1st Degree Murder. Both […]

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Why isn’t The Government Doing More to Save Nightlife?

     There are few parts of the economy that have been as badly affected by Covid-19 than nightlife – or to be more accurate, the response to the coronavirus, rather than the disease itself. Nightclubs have been forced to close since March and face even more months of closure. The ratcheting up of restrictions, and the accompanying fines, for anyone […]

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The cliché is that millennials are throwing around piles of cash on brunches and Pret sandwiches. But as far as nights out go, new research suggests that so-called generation Y’ers are actually thriftier than their baby boomer parents. The study, commissioned by Pro Plus (beloved of students with pressing deadlines) on how social spending habits […]

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