How comforting the city wants us to eat fruits and vegetables.
I bet you will feel healthier just by reading it.
Even better, we will get "multicultural" fruits and vegetables in the new pop music of Toronto Public Health
Eat some delicious food at the subway station.
Seriously, you didn't really enjoy Apple until you ate a culturally diverse Apple.
We were well taken care.
David McKeown, Toronto's own family doctor and chief medical officer, has taken steps that are usually successful to curb chewing tobacco, hookah and email
Cigarettes, helping drugs flood, stopping the scourge of gambling in casinos, allowing bike lovers to control the streets of the city, restricting car crawling, tearing down frail dinners, and chasing Billy Bishop's jet, hold energy drinks, etc.
On Thursday, Dr. McKeown's travel medicine exhibition will land at downstation Station, launching the first to grab some good stands and "bring something fresh, when commuters spend the day, according to the press release, they eat healthy and culturally diverse foods. ". I wonder.
Is the crisp pink lady apple in line with cultural diversity?
When I called the Ministry of Health to ask unpleasant questions such as prices or taxpayers' fees, they said I had to wait for the release of the media.
It is a mystery why the City Hall forced us to eat vegetables.
The subway runs under some of the world's best restaurants and food stores.
If they want to sell papaya and Brussels sprouts underground, why not leave it to free business?
We still had a bad taste on La Cart, the last time the town hall tried to force us to eat "healthy" and cultural diversity.
Delegates from the Health Department are also looking for details of some good pop musicups.
Maybe the bureaucrats are too busy.
Cultural minutes busheldiverse apples. Or politically-
In any case, it's good for the town hall carers.
They do a great job of protecting us from ourselves. Thank God.
Otherwise, we don't eat anything but potato chips and sugary Coke.
In fact, it's a miracle for anyone to get sick in Toronto.
But they did, so the municipal health officials have stopped their work.
They need five. year-
Plan, take care of and feed the guides they charge for, to the roadmap to nanneville.
Examples are everywhere.
Father of New York City bans sugar-sweetened beverages
Until the court said they couldn't.
Since 1992, Singapore has banned the sale and consumption of chewing gum, because chewing gum is not beautiful and harmful to items such as subway doors.
Chew and you are in danger of being bitten.
The same is true of crossing the road, spitting, driving out your nose or peeing on trees.
Be sure to flush water after using public toilets in Singapore-it’s the law.
I know what you're thinking: half of your colleagues are going to punch in.
North Korea banned body wear, and the Mississippi church banned fried chicken. Ossington Ave called the tag "out ".
School. . . The nanny state is marching everywhere.
Makes you feel warm, fuzzy, safe, healthy, huh?
Soon you won't have to make a fuss about personal decisions.
I am looking forward to a project in Toronto that will give us blow snot, hair and tuck quilts every night.
If we are lucky, they will give us a culturally diverse Apple as a midnight snack.
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