Expect some noise Monday as CF-18s perform flybys over downtown Molson Stadium

The jets will pass twice over the stadium during a game between the Alouettes and Redblacks Monday afternoon.
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The Parkdale Haunt — one of the world’s most popular horror-fiction podcasts produced right here in Toronto
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