Quinn Patrick

Quinn Patrick

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Articles/Stories written by Quinn Patrick: 436

Comedy is changing, but I can still find Seinfeld funny, right?

I recently read an essay in The Walrus, entitled, The Comedy Culture War wherein the author argued that stand up comedy is changing, I know, so what?

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WHO predicts that early reopenings will result in 'immediate second peak'

The WHO has issued a warning for countries intending to lift their lockdown measures that they could see COVID-19 cases have an "immediate second peak."

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Ontario reports lowest number of new coronavirus cases in past two weeks

Ontario has reported the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in over two weeks, this will mark the first time that the number of new cases was below 300.

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Ontario drive-in theatres eagerly awaiting green light to reopen

Drive-in movie theatres have not yet been allowed to reopen since the pandemic first hit, but are still waiting on approval from the provincial government.

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Beloved kitten born with two faces passes away over weekend

A kitten that was born with two faces, often referred to as a "Janus Cat," has died after a short lived four-day life, it was named Biscuits and Gravy.

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Heat warning issued by Environment Canada for southern Ontario

Southern Ontario has just been issued a heat warning for Monday as temperatures could break records, making the days feel close to 40 degrees the humidex.

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Canadians agree on the severity of the coronavirus and to the extent that China is to blame

The study found that there is a cross-partisan consensus among Canadians on the virus' severity and the necessity social-distancing measures.

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Montreal area retailers set to reopen today

Businesses that were forced to close at the end of March due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be reopening on Monday in the Greater Montreal area.

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Ontario reports incidents of police officer impersonations

Reports of another police officer impersonation were filed after yet another driver was pulled over and questioned by someone who wasn't actually a police officer.

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Biden's accuser loses legal representation as her credibility is questioned

The lawyer who was representing Tara Reade in her sexual assault claim against Democratic nominee Joe Biden has announced that he will no longer represent her

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Doug Ford urges all residents with coronavirus symptoms to get tested

The Ontario government has announced that anyone can now get tested for COVID-19.

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Ontario man petitions grocery stores to require shoppers to wear face masks

"If I saw, let's say 90 percent of people actually going through the stores wearing masks, I would feel a lot more confident, Rob Shirkey said.

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WATCH: Joe Biden says black voters who don't vote for him "ain't black"

Joe Biden is taking some heat after making a controversial statement on the popular morning radio show The Breakfast Club.

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Could Canada see a four-day work week in a post-pandemic world?

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has been discussing the idea of a four-day work week upon her country returning back to normal from the lockdown.

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Waffle House shootout over face masks leads to attempted murder charge

A customer who was told to put on a face mask or he wouldn't be served in a Waffle House in Aurora, Colorado refused and then allegedly attacked the cook.

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