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  1. I need to defrag. Too much hell on Earth. A break is needed. Love you all. ❤

  2. Yes I believe so. I normally hike or I go for brisk urban-poll walks each day. It would appear that outdoor exercises are off limit.
  3. ANIMALS ARE ROAMING THE QUIET STREETS, Very Odd, a little different https://www.theweathernetwork.com/videos/gallery/animals-wander-empty-streets-after-coronavirus-lockdowns/sharevideo/6146331407001
  4. Last week was my last visit at the hospital and it was indeed pretty empty. My treatment was near to the emergency dept and I saw that it was also fairly empty. All the entrances were locked or manned. You have to answer questions before they will let you in. And this procedure is extended to all doctor offices. In fact one has to call ahead just to set up a telephone appointment with your doctor.
  5. The funny thing about the masks out here in Toronto, they are plentiful at the convenient stores, just like the hand sanitizer, but nowhere else. The prices are crazy. NOTE: NOT 15 N95 mask
  6. I am not sure if other places in Canada are or will be affected. Fellow Canadians please chime in.
  7. Well here it is. OFFICIAL ONTARIO. No more hiking.
  8. Hell Ride

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    1. Darzen Rodrigues

      Darzen Rodrigues

      Now that's one hell of a vehicle if you ask me

  9. © Supplied to Global News RCMP have cancelled a $1,200 fine given to an Alberta teen for not practicing physical distancing. RCMP in Alberta have rescinded a Cochrane teenager's $1,200 fine for not practising physical distancing while in a vehicle. The fine was issued Thursday evening and fell under new social distancing legislation, according to RCMP. The 16-year-old boy's father, Chris Boettcher, said his son Colby was with his friend in his vehicle, after returning from a job interview. Boettcher said his son was parked in the driver seat while his friend sat beside him in the passenger seat. The vehicle was parked at Mitford Pond in Cochrane. According to Boettcher, the RCMP officer handed out the hefty fine when the teens' addresses on their identification did not match one another.
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