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Ah yes, we are all no stranger to the common hangover, especially on NYE. You get swamped with headaches, nausea, and well you basically feel like crap. But don’t worry, I have a simple cure that will make you start 2017 off the right way. This recovery plan involves going to one of the brunch spots down below for a superb dish hat will sweep your hangover off its feet and away from you!

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Not only is drinking and getting high a New Year's Eve tradition for most Montrealers, but it leaves some with zero memory of the beginning of 2017. Watching all the drunk fools out on New Year sure is funny, but those who like to remain sober want to enjoy the new year as well. So, I have composed a list of insane and unusual things you should do to celebrate 2017 this year while remaining sober.

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During the Holidays, most of us have a lot more time to hang out and do fun activities. It's a time to stroll along the streets, do winter sports, and make the most of what winter has to offer (beyond staying in and watching Netflix!!).

The Montreal Old Port is always magical, but even more so during this time of the year.

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2017 is going to be the year that you and your girlfriend make great! You may be wondering how, and the answer is simple. If you want to have an amazing New Year with your girlfriend, I suggest checking out some of these superb resolutions you can do together! Not only are some of these ideas insanely fun, but it will also help you achieve and maintain a happy and healthy relationship!

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Drinking is basically a 'bad' but fun tradition on New Year's Eve, but for those Montrealer's who don't drink it literally sucks! Watching all the drunk fools out on New Year sure is funny, but there comes a time when those who don't like drinking want to go out and have fun too! So, I have composed a list of insane and unusual things you should do to celebrate 2017 this year WITHOUT any alcohol!

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Yes, you read right - today, December 29th 2015, is the most awkward day of the year. You might ask yourself why I would opt for such a strong statement... well, there is logic behind it.

Montreal is a wonderful city, but by the end of December everything just becomes weird. That's when you begin to ask yourself, "What am I doing with my life?" as you stare out the window in confusion. So here's why today is the most awkward day of the year.

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If there is one thing that's synonymous with a successful night out, it's a good brunch the next morning. Especially when it's the first day of a new year! Montreal is truly obsessed with the late-morning meal, and while we are spoiled for choice when it comes to where to get it, few places deliver an all-you-can-eat, continental brunch buffet experience that doesn't cost you a fortune, and more importantly lets you bring your own alcohol!

Picture this: A towering 40" chocolate fountain, flowing with Barry Callebaut Belgian chocolate, and surrounded by a whole selection of tasty fruits, marshmallows and cookies for dipping.

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Don't deny it, you're on your cellphone way too much. It's okay, so are we, and it really can't be avoided. Cellphones, or smartphones, rather, are just inherently too damn distracting. With the entire interweb and social media networks at your fingertips, how can one not be looking down at our devices constantly? Well, if ever there was a time to take a break from your addiction, the Montreal Christmas season would definitely be it.

Not only is the outside world a true winter wonderland, the holidays are also meant to be a period where we spend time with our loved ones. It's why we get a break from school/work.

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TMZ is reporting that everyones favorite 1990's uncle, James "Uncle Phil" Avery of the popular sitcom "Fresh Prince Of Bel Air" passed away over night in an L.A. hospital.

He recently recently underwent surgery for an undisclosed illness and unfortunately the outlook did not seem good and he died shortly after.

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