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Rose Steer, of Rose’s Rockettes, celebrates her 106th birthday

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Rose Steer, creator of a popular Toronto dance group, celebrated her 106th birthday on Tuesday. Rose’s Rockettes was made up of 22 senior ladies, who danced in full makeup, high-kicks and costumes in a chorus line. They entertained in many senior residences in the 1970s, as well as popular city venues like the Canadian National…

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Rose Steer, of Rose’s Rockettes, celebrates her 106th birthday

Rose Steer, creator of a popular Toronto dance group, celebrated her 106th birthday on Tuesday. Rose’s Rockettes was made up of 22 senior ladies, who danced in full makeup, high-kicks and costumes in a chorus line. They entertained in many senior residences in the 1970s, as well as popular city venues like the Canadian National Exhibition. Steer’s family put on a birthday celebration for her on Tuesday at the same nursing home she and her group performed at the grand opening of 30 years ago.


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Canada just had its worst week ever for new COVID-19 cases

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Canada’s seven-day average has reached its highest point of the pandemic, marking a grim milestone as hospitalizations increase across the country.

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Canada’s seven-day average has reached its highest point of the pandemic, marking a grim milestone as hospitalizations increase across the country.
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N.L. Premier Andrew Furey offers help to Ontario as it faces rising COVID-19 cases

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Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Andrew Furey has offered to help Ontario quell a spike in COVID-19 infections, although it’s unclear what that help might entail.

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Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Andrew Furey has offered to help Ontario quell a spike in COVID-19 infections, although it’s unclear what that help might entail.
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Doctors say Ontario children suffering from ‘social malnutrition’ during COVID-19 pandemic

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Ontario doctors say some children and teenagers are suffering from “social malnutrition” during the COVID-19 pandemic because they are physically isolated from their peers due to provincial restrictions.

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Ontario doctors say some children and teenagers are suffering from “social malnutrition” during the COVID-19 pandemic because they are physically isolated from their peers due to provincial restrictions.


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