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Another year has come and gone but COVID-19 remains. That means new year's eve and new year's day may feel sort of like déjà vu because public health measures are in effect, much like they were last year.

Don't forget that a Quebec-wide curfew begins tonight and you should be at home between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. Private gatherings are also no longer allowed so you can only ring in the new year with your household bubble. Also, non-essential businesses are at half capacity and closed on Sundays, which means many stores will stay closed on January 2.

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There's just something special about the Thanksgiving holidays.  

The leaves are changing colours every feels cozier and just when we're about to start getting sad that winter is coming, Thanksgiving is there to cheer you up and kick off the holiday season. 

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Labour Day is honestly an underrated holiday. There's nothing to actually celebrate on this day but it comes at just the right time every year. It's always at the end of summer when we're all exhausted from balancing work and all the fun adventures and vacations for the last few months. 

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The party just doesn't ever seem to stop here in Montreal, and this weekend is set to be even crazier than normal, with all Saint-Jean Baptiste celebrations taking over the city on Saturday June 24.

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Little known fact about me: Easter is actually my absolute favourite time of the year. I love it more than Christmas. I love it more than summer. Easter is bae, TBH.

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