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July 1st Canada Day Cancelled, Food

Doug Ford cancelled Canada Day

Saves $400,000 shifts $80,000 to free admissions “at attractions around the province, said Premier Doug Ford’s executive director of communications. The first 500 visitors will get in free at 10 sites, Laryssa Waler said.” CTV Ontario Science Centre, the Cinesphere at Ontario Place, and the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.

Mandarin has free meals on Canada Day but only for Citizens

Make sure you bring Canadian birth certificate, Canadian passport, or Canadian citizenship card.

Some people have called this discriminatory:

“It seems a case of putting dim sum before dignity,” said Ted Flett, an employment and human rights lawyer with Toronto-based Zubas + Associates.

“And, I think the Mandarin is opening themselves up to quite a bit of liability with this sort of a move.” Toronto Star

 

 

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