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Toronto Soaked By Third Rainstorm in Two Weeks

Tuesday brought more rain to Toronto in its third rainstorm in two weeks, causing highway ramp closures and reports of damage across the city.Environment Canada says approximately 40 mm of rainfall had been recorded at Toronto’s airports by 2 a.m. Wednesday. Some communities northwest of the city, including Mount Forest and Mono, reported more than 70 mm of precipitation.Toronto normally receives about 80 mm of rainfall in all of August. Tuesday’s storm brought the city’s total for the month to nearly 190 mm, with 10 days remaining.  
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Natural Gems To Check Out In Toronto

These are some great options to visit within Toronto to get away from the busy crowds and traffic. Edwards Gardens - Located on the southwest corner of Leslie Street and Lawrence Avenue East, you can take the TTC straight to this huge and beautiful botanical garden. It also has the additional features of fountains, water wheels and wooden arch bridges.                                                  WebsiteSunnyside Park - Located in the west end of the city on the shore of Lake Ontario, Sunnyside Park is a former amusement park that is now popular for their picnics, biking trails, and the cocktail-famous restaurant Sunnyside Pavilion.                                                                                         WebsiteScarborough Bluffs - I’m not bluffing when I say that the Scarborough Bluffs is one of the most beautiful places in the GTA #puns. With white, sandy beaches and a water so blue you’ll think you’re in Greece, this neighbourhood gem is the ultimate escape from the city.   WebsiteDavid A. Balfour Park - A large and peaceful open space, the walking trails of David A. Balfour Park take you on a path within a forested ravine that ultimately leads down to the Don River.           

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Safe to Swim at Toronto Beaches Again

Toronto Public Health (TPH) has ended the swimming advisories for all Toronto public beaches, and as of Wednesday, August 15, all 11 were marked safe for swimming. Toronto SwimSafe If you’re wondering if your beach of choice is safe for swimming on a specific day, the status of the beach water is updated daily. Visit Toronto’s SwimSage page for an up-to-date report on all the beaches in the city.  
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