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COVID19 UPDATES Premier Doug Ford is expanding Ontario’s state of emergency to shut down all non-essential services to curb the spread of COVID-19. Only essential manufacturing and supply chain providers as well as shops like supermarkets, pharmacies, LCBO outlets, and takeout restaurants would
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State of Emergency (by: Jovin Tardif)

State of Emergency  (Covid-19 Update) A state of emergency for the province of Ontario in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 declares Ontario Premier…

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Movie New Release Dates

Movie New Release Dates The entire movie industry took a huge hit with the COVID-19 outbreak.  Studios quickly reshuffled the release dates for its upcoming films….

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covid-19 Junos Update

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covid19 – MLB Updates (by: Jovin Tardif)

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covid19 NHL update (by: Jovin Tardif)

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NBA updates COVID-19

The Return of the NBA (#nbatogether) On March 12, the NBA suspended the season after a player tested positive for COVID-19.   On June 4, Adam…

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CityTV CityNews Breakfast Television Roger Petersen is the co-host of Toronto’s longest-running morning show, Breakfast Television. Petersen has delivered the local stories that matter most to this community for close to two decades. He is committed to breaking down the critical stories and keeping audiences updated on the fun events and trends happening around the city. As a long-time anchor and reporter for CityNews, Roger has covered some of the largest stories to unfold in his hometown – from the horrific van attack in 2018 to the G20 and G8, SARS and the Papal visit. Roger joined the Toronto Citytv team in 1999, undertaking a variety of roles including reporter, anchor and host of the car show Autoshop. He became Toronto’s first morning show reporter when he joined the BT team in 2002. Roger then moved to Vancouver to anchor CityNews at 6 and 11, before moving back to his hometown. Roger grew up in Weston and began his broadcasting career in radio after studying Radio & Television at Seneca College. Roger has volunteered his time with numerous charities including CNIB, Cardiac Health Foundation and Victim Services Toronto. He also enjoys sailing, skiing, movies, reading and traveling, but above all else Roger loves spending time with his beautiful son, Mckenna.)
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cinqque5tion with Roger Petersen

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