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The bad news related to COVID-19 have been the headliners in the past week: from KTV clusters to fishmongers forced to pause their businesses due to possible exposure at the Jurong Fishery Port. Not only are livelihoods severely affected by dine-in restrictions and business closures, but our food source is also now impacted.
However, as with all things, there's always a silver lining when we look hard enough. Did you know that you can get fresh and frozen fish online? For those of you who love fish and seafood, here's where you can buy them online.
If there is only one online fish merchant to go to, I will pick Kühlbarra. I first had a taste of the barramundi’s exquisite meat at my sister’s steamboat dinner. Kühlbarra passed its smell, sight, texture and taste tests with flying colours. The barramundi belly looked so fresh, had no foul smell, was firm when held with chopsticks and melted in my mouth. It was THE tastiest fish meat I had ever tried in my life! You know how it feels when you partake in something absolutely delicious? I was instantly in love and my experience totally debunked the notion that the freshest fish can only be bought from wet markets!
Upon further investigation, I discovered, to my delight, that not only is Kühlbarra a sustainable brand, it is also Singapore's only deep-sea ocean farm. As one of the world's largest sustainable Barramundi deep-sea aquaculture farm, it prides itself on its farm-to-fork model. Kühlbarra barramundi is harvested and processed to order and delivered via an unbroken cold chain to ensure optimal freshness. And according to their website, their products are "100 per cent growth hormone and antibiotic-free”. Definitely reassuring to hear!
The state almost had a place in one of the nation's bedrooms. "A couple days ago I was heading around the corner to get coffee, and I looked up and thought 'what's a camera doing here?'" Chad Barnard said. He discovered the CCTV camera outside his home near Danforth Avenue and Broadview Avenue, aimed directly at his bedroom window of his home . Toronto Police Services spokesperson Connie Osborne said that camera was incorrectly installed, never activated, and promptly removed. But Barnard, who's
A 32-year-old man, who was wanted on a surety warrant in two alleged hate-motivated incidents where antisemitic slurs were hurled at victims, has been arrested, Toronto police said Saturday. Michael Park was arrested on the strength of the warrant at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, police said. No additional charges were laid. He will appear at Old City Hall on Saturday. This is Park's third arrest recently. He was initially arrested on July 6 after police were called to Stanley Park in the King Street Wes
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Angelina Jolie scored a major victory Friday in her divorce with Brad Pitt when a California appeals court agreed with her that the private judge deciding who gets custody of their children should be disqualified. The 2nd District Court of Appeal agreed with Jolie that Judge John W. Ouderkirk didn't sufficiently disclose business relationships with Pitt's attorneys. “Judge Ouderkirk’s ethical breach, considered together with the information disclosed concerning his recent prof
Some Toronto cyclists say they were surprised and frustrated this week after being handed tickets in High Park for biking above the posted speed limit of 20 kilometres per hour. Tracy Osborn said she and her husband were riding downhill on the west side of the park Tuesday morning, when they were each ticketed $125. "For me, it was disbelief: I'm getting my first speeding ticket on a bike," said Osborn, who noted she was riding a commuter bike, and that there weren't many people around at the ti
After months of slow sales amid the pandemic's public-health restrictions, hotels and restaurants saw a boost in the last couple of weeks, according to new data from Moneris, an electronic payment-processing firm. Spending at Calgary hotels during the Stampede was up 90 per cent compared to last year, while restaurants and bars in the city saw an increase of 51 per cent. The data is based on debit and credit card transactions. "What this did show us is what coming back to life could look like,"
LeVar Burton is on a quest to become the new host of ``Jeopardy!'' The actor and educator says he was initially "terrified" of hosting, but when he let go of trying to follow in Alex Trebek's revered footsteps and instead focused on being himself, the job became fun. (July 23)
NEW YORK (AP) — A statue of George Floyd that was defaced in Brooklyn has been cleaned and is headed for Manhattan's Union Square. The artwork was unveiled on the Juneteenth holiday in a spot on Flatbush Avenue. Five days later on June 24, it was vandalized with black paint and marked with the logo of a white supremacist group. But members of the group that installed the statue painstakingly cleaned it, and local residents and one of Floyd's brothers gathered around it this week to bid farewell
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Thousands of residents fled flooded communities and swollen rivers in the Philippine capital and outlying provinces Saturday after days of torrential monsoon rains, which left at least one villager dead, officials said. Officials said they struggled to open more emergency shelters in order to allow social distancing among the displaced residents and prevent evacuation camps from turning into epicenters of COVID-19 infections. In the hard-hit city of Marikina in the cap
The cat came back, and nothing could be sweeter for the Regina woman who thought she had already cremated her beloved pet. "To completely mourn someone that you love so much, and have them come back in your life, it's just like a movie," said Desiree Hobbins. Hobbins returned from travelling last year to find out from a family member that her cat Zeppelin wasn't around. Hobbins began putting up posters and talking with neighbours, and spent a week looking in vain as she started to lose hope. The
Toronto police are asking for the public's help to find a man they allege robbed and repeatedly punched a woman in the face. Police say they got a call on Sunday, July 4 at about 6:30 p.m. for an alleged domestic assault in western Toronto (near Old Weston Road and St. Clair Avenue). Police say a man pushed a woman to the ground, punched her multiple times while she lay there, then choked her until she was unconscious. When the woman regained consciousness, police say the man then punched her se
CAP-HAITIEN, Haiti (AP) — The funeral for slain Haitian President Jovenel Moïse was briefly interrupted Friday by nearby gunfire and tear gas as well as agitated supporters that caused U.S. and U.N. officials to leave before his widow spoke publicly for the first time since the attack. Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the private compound where Moïse's funeral was held as some mourners inside shouted, “Justice for Jovenel!” and cheered when Martine Moïse, who was seriously injured in the
A tiny shipwreck on a nearly deserted Newfoundland coast has brought together a small fishing community and a group of fourth graders from a bustling American city. The six-foot-long HK Pride was built by students from the Grade 4 science class at Harvard-Kent Elementary School in Boston, in partnership with the city's USS Constitution Museum. The small ship equipped with a GPS tracking device was launched into the Gulf Stream off Cape Hatteras in North Carolina on May 4. After 75 days at sea, t
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's top public health doctor says there have been 22 cases of heart inflammation reported in the province after immunization with Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. The cases of myocarditis and pericarditis — or swelling of the heart muscle and lining — have mostly arisen in males between 20 and 30 years old who recently received their second doses of vaccine, Dr. Robert Strang, the province's chief medical officer of health, told reporters on Friday. It's not clea
ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — President Joe Biden led the kind of campaign rally on Friday that was impossible last year because of the pandemic, speaking before nearly 3,000 people in support of a fellow moderate Democrat whose race for Virginia governor could serve as a test of Biden's own strength and coattails. Biden motorcaded across the Potomac River to back Terry McAuliffe, a former governor looking for a second term whose centrist leanings in many ways mirror those of the president. The race is
A lawyer for a 31-year-old man charged with first-degree murder in the death of Toronto police Const. Jeffrey Northrup said the complete story of what took place in the city hall parking lot will emerge at trial. Nader Hasan spoke to members of the media Friday afternoon, hours after his client, Umar Zameer, made a brief court appearance and was remanded in custody until Aug. 13 "It would be a mistake to assume that Mr. Zameer is guilty just because he's been charged with a very serious offence
MANILA (Reuters) -Philippine authorities moved thousands of residents in the capital, Manila, out of low-lying communities on Saturday as heavy monsoon rains, compounded by a tropical storm, flooded the city and nearby provinces. The national disaster agency said about 15,000 people, most of them from a flood-prone Manila suburb, had moved into evacuation centres. "We decided to evacuate early," said Luzviminda Tayson, 61.
KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Cooler temperatures gave firefighting crews in British Columbia some reprieve on Friday as most wildfires burned in the southern half of the province. Karley Desrosiers, fire information officer with the BC Wildfire Service, said 275 fires were burning Friday, down from about 300 earlier in the week. "In the last 24 hours we're at less than 20 fires (started) whereas in the previous weeks they were sitting at 25 to 40 fires per day," she said. Almost 2,500 square kilometres of l
Recent developments: Even fully vaccinated should be tested if symptomatic, say health officials. Ottawa reported seven COVID-19 cases Friday and no new deaths. What's the latest? Ottawa Public Health (OPH) said an uptick in COVID-19 cases since Ontario's Step 3 reopening is expected, but urged people not to let up on testing and safety measures even if they're fully vaccinated. OPH reported seven new cases, and no new deaths on Friday. Hospitals continue to have zero patients with COVID-19, but