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The moon covers the sun during totality of the a total solar eclipse in Fredericton, Monday, April 8, 2024. (Source: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darren Calabrese)
“I was bored one day sitting in my cottage in Muskoka (in 2019), and I bought something called the ultimate sneaker collection from Sotheby’s, it was 100 of the most iconic sneakers,” Nadal told BNN in an interview Friday. “From there, I hired a guy and his job was to go around the world and find sneakers.”(Kegun Morkin/ModaEvents)
<b>Algonquin Provincial Park:</b> Established in 1893, it was the first provincial park in Canada and the forerunner of Ontario's extensive park system.<br><br> Its rugged lakeshores and wooded slopes have long attracted artists and outdoor enthusiasts, according to Parks Canada, fostering intense affection for the park across the province and the nation.<br><br> (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Thornhill)

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