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July 31st, 2020: Good News of the Week

July 31st, 2020: Good News of the Week

Holographic circus animals, a new blood test for Alzheimer’s disease, the email that saved a news reporter’s life, and how social media helped return an irreplaceable teddy bear to its owner. This week’s Good News.

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July 24th, 2020: Good News of the Week

July 24th, 2020: Good News of the Week

A website that lets you open a window to somewhere else in the world, how to draft a cold email that actually gets results, Toronto’s new drive-in concert venue, and some zoo penguins enjoying a bubble machine. This week’s Good News.

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July 17th, 2020: Good News of the Week

July 17th, 2020: Good News of the Week

A 6-year-old superhero, a virtual tree-planting app that helps you focus, a cool new social network for gap-year students, and the world’s nicest security guard. This week’s Good News.

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July 10th, 2020: Good News of the Week

July 10th, 2020: Good News of the Week

The immersive Van Gogh exhibition of your dreams, a list of online concerts and shows you can stream from home this weekend, a futuristic hot-yoga experience, and a common-sense initiative to help feed the homeless. This week’s Good News.

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July 3rd, 2020: Good News of the Week

July 3rd, 2020: Good News of the Week

Online museum adventures for kids, virtual food events for every palate, how one woman is using her bread-baking skills for good, and the best amateur canine crossing guard you’ve ever seen. This week’s Good News.

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June 26th, 2020: Good News of the Week

June 26th, 2020: Good News of the Week

A fun way to support small businesses in your community, hug tunnels for long-term care homes, a creative online program for all age groups, and a concert for 2300 plants. This week’s Good News.

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June 12th, 2020: Good News of the Week

June 12th, 2020: Good News of the Week

The school year has come to an end, but many post-secondary students are still feeling overwhelmed by the pressure of choosing their major. Luckily, Ted Talk advice columnist Guy Winch has some words of wisdom that can help ease their minds.

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