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Valentine's Day has come and gone, but it's still the season of love, both romantic and platonic. Before we fall into the stress and nuisance of tax time, this weekend could be your opportunity to sprinkle in a little friend time — entirely for free!

In a partnership with health care app Avvy, two coffee shops, Cafécito and Bodega MTL, are offering free drip coffees to any pairs of friends who can show proof of having downloaded the app on February 18 or 19.

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Whether you're an experienced Montrealer, a newby in town or just passing through the 514, our city always has tons of fun activities every weekend, even now that the chilly weather is back and the leaves are losing their summer green.

From the iconic Sunday parties at Parc Jean-Drapeau, to comedy shows, themed nights at La Ronde and free stuff to do all over town, it can be difficult to pick where to go.

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We have some good news for java enthusiasts. On September 24, you can get free coffee all day long at Montreal café Barista. Pizza slices, cupcakes, affogatos, coffee-based cocktails and sweets will also be on the house.

Sound too good to be true? Pinch yourself.

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Calling all coffee lovers! You can get your coffee fix for free this weekend at Dose Café in Chomedey, Laval. After opening its doors last year, the café is offering free coffee in celebration of its one-year anniversary this Saturday, August 27.

Guests are welcome to pass by between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. for a delish hot brew coffee and a tasting of Dose's almond croissant bites to pair. Pretty sweet duo, right?

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You can get a free small coffee at Wendy’s through September 4. Whether you want to start your day with a jolt of caffeine or need an afternoon pick-me-up, the fast food joint has you covered. Of course, there is a limit of one cup of joe per person.

Each brew is made from Wendy’s new roast blend that the chain said is sustainably sourced from Central and South America and made of 100% Arabica beans. It's a medium blend, so that means none of the bitter taste that comes with a dark roast.

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With Omicron causing COVID-19 cases to surge across the province, Quebec's frontline healthcare workers are being stretched thin as they manage full hospitals, administer boosters and more. As a small token of appreciation, McDonald's Canada is offering them free coffee and tea for the month of January.

Beginning on January 7, the complimentary hot beverages — either a medium McCafé Premium Roast Coffee or Tea — will be available to all frontline healthcare workers at participating locations. They will also be offered to vaccine volunteers, medical testing centre employees and pharmacy workers, as well as emergency services and military personnel.

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