Neighbourly Netflix: Check out online the Canadian locations for your favourite shows

Streaming service has launched a website — netflixinyourneighbourhood.ca — to specifically celebrate the Canadian locations it has used for many of its productions
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Canada’s ski resorts brace for labour shortage this winter amid visa delays
Canadian ski resorts that rely heavily on international workers are steadying themselves for a labour shortage as the visa approval process by the federal government slows.
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With Stanback running, Shiltz passing and Lewis catching, Als continue winning
Montreal has now defeated every team in the East division.
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Political outliers: Conservative MPs remain silent on COVID-19 vaccination status
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O'Toole's Tories outliers in Canadian politics for keeping vaccination status secret
The federal Conservatives' refusal to disclose how many of their elected members are fully vaccinated makes them something of an outlier in the Canadian political sphere.
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Alec Baldwin was told gun was 'cold' before movie set shooting
An assistant director unwittingly handed Alec Baldwin a loaded weapon and told him it was safe to use in the moments before the actor fatally shot a cinematographer, court records released Friday show.
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No winning ticket was sold for the $14 million jackpot in Friday's Lotto Max draw.
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O’Toole’s Tories outliers in Canadian politics for keeping vaccination status secret
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COMMENTARY: Bloc leader’s threat to unleash ‘fires of hell’ over Quebec seat proposal might just backfire 
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Forget payday loans, this is Canada’s new generation of high-interest loans
Anti-poverty advocates say a growing number of low-income Canadians is borrowing through personal loans that are much bigger, and more loosely regulated, than payday loans.
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Flying car: Canadians bring flying car one step closer to reality
We have all had the dream of dodging traffic jams in a flying car. A Canadian engineer has invented a flying car that makes his childhood dreams take flight.
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Here’s what the future of work looks like after COVID-19
As companies grapple with what a post-pandemic return to work looks like, The New Reality explores the spectrum of possibilities, from augmented reality to co-working spaces.
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A Black man, a fatal police shooting, and a widow who didn’t back down: The 1979 case that electrified the city and launched a movement
As the Ontario Human Rights Commission is set to release its final report of a racial profiling inquiry into Toronto police, questions raised by the killing of Albert Johnson continue to find disturbing echoes, Ena Chadha writes.
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12 of the week’s best long reads from the Star, Oct. 16 to 22, 2021
From sexual harassment allegations in the dance world to vaccine mandates, we’ve selected some of the best long reads of the week.
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This investor owns 17 homes. He and other multiple-property owners are now the largest slice of Toronto homebuyers
First-time homebuyers have been edged out as the dominant group purchasing in Toronto. It’s a shift that has split experts, with some saying investors eat up supply while others argue they boost the rental market.
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With ‘Picasso: Painting the Blue Period,’ the AGO stakes its claim to furthering our understanding of the master
The exhibit tells a “fresh” story about Picasso’s artistic formation. Curator Kenneth Brummel hopes the show will shine a light on the Art Gallery of Ontario’s own connection to Picasso and bring attention to the value of works already in its vast collection.
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New benefit for workers only intended for those in 'complete' lockdowns: Qualtrough
The federal government intends for the newly proposed lockdown benefit to apply only to individuals whose work is interrupted by a complete COVID-19 lockdown in their region. Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion Minister Carla Qualtrough said the details of the new Canada Worker Lockdown Benefit are still being ironed out, and will depend too on the public health restrictions imposed by provinces and territories.
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'I want to leave a mark': Meet NDP Blake Desjarlais, Canada's first openly two-spirit MP
For Blake Desjarlais, becoming an MP wasn’t something he thought he'd pursue. But now, after connecting with the NDP ahead of the 2021 federal election, he's made history as Canada's first openly two-spirit member of Parliament.
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Navneet Alang: Facebook wants to move to ‘the metaverse’ — here’s what that is, and why you should be worried
Through augmented reality and more, the company wants to be a necessary part of how you experience everyday life, writes Navneet Alang.
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Detroit Red Wings at Canadiens: Five things you should know
Goalie Jake Allen gave the Habs a chance to win in his first two starts, but his last two games reflected Montreal's dismal defensive efforts.
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Coderre's comeback: Will he reclaim the prize he lost in 2017?
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Bombers running back Oliveira ready for spotlight as Winnipeg hosts B.C. Lions
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Josh Freed: Despite COVID effect, restaurant experience still worth it
For all of the weird changes, after 18 months without restaurants, it's nice to be surrounded by strangers wining, dining and chatting away.
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For better sleep up in the air, try these plane-friendly accessories, including fluffy slippers, an Oprah-approved travel blanket and a comfy eye mask.
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Twelve years into our 48-year marriage I learned my wife lied to me about her sexual past. It’s hurt our marriage ever since: Ask Ellie
Life is too short to nurse a grievance endlessly, writes advice columnist Ellie. Loving someone means rising to the task of forgiving them too. These are your senior years now — live and love to the fullest.
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‘It’s a very iconic part of Australian life’: these hidden-gem beach clubs have an altruistic mission that travellers can support
Known as modern-day cultural cathedrals, the unassuming surf life-saving clubs of the Gold Coast are a big part of the community, pulling in a crowd on any given Sunday.
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Travel news: Wind-powered Caribbean sailing, a Wes Anderson rail ride, stateside adventures
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Sip on mescal under the stars at this new boutique-hotel-meets-distillery in Mexico
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Travel ideas for non-snowbirds: where to embrace winter in Canada’s national parks
If you live in Canada, you’re built for all-season outdoor fun. Here’s what you can do in the country’s national parks come hibernation season.
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‘The world’s first super boutique hotel’? London’s most hotly anticipated spot has finally opened
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Mark McEwan: The only seared scallops recipe you’ll ever need
Every Saturday, Chef Mark McEwan, one of Canada’s most celebrated chefs, serves up everything you need for a special weekend meal, including a recipe and expert at-home cooking tips.
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Rick Salutin: The Saturday Debate: Are attack ads bad for politics?
“Political attack ads call all of politics into disrepute, ultimately undermining trust in all politicians and eroding citizens’ confidence that democracy is the best system for choosing our leaders,” writes Peter Loewen. On the other side, “what voters need to know is not just what’s desirable but what’s possible, and how,” writes Rick Salutin. “It’s useful to see candidates pick each other and their proposals apart. Ads are just one way of doing that.”
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2021 Star Santa Claus Fund aims to raise $1.5 million to deliver magic for another generation of children
Like Santa, the fund has a whole lot of helpers sharing in the joy of giving, Edward Keenan writes.
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Is it rude to ask someone if their hair is dyed? Ask The Kit
Beauty etiquette is swiftly changing
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Toronto and Dallas square off for non-conference matchup
Dallas Mavericks (0-1, 13th in the Western Conference) vs. Toronto Raptors (1-1, ninth in the Eastern Conference)
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U.S. FDA says Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective for kids aged 5-11
In their analysis, FDA scientists concluded that the vaccine's benefits would outweigh any serious potential side effects in children.
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Zach Hyman scores twice as Edmonton Oilers remain unbeaten
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