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If you use the birth control pill, you should check your current blister pack, because Aspen Pharmacare Canada Inc. is recalling a batch of prescription birth control pills, Linessa 21.

"Some blister packs may be missing pills, may contain more than one tablet in a blister pocket, and may contain pills in the wrong order," reads a statement.

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With the curfew that was lifted at the end of May and the other measures that will be easing up over the next few weeks, the time has come for Montrealers to get together for the first time in what feels like forever.

The balmy temperatures and long, sunny days are well and truly here. What could be better than a backyard barbecue with up to eight of your favourite people (including yourself) to celebrate?

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You're more likely to know Katheryne Aubert by the moniker "Miss Coupon." The 23-year-old Quebecer is a self-proclaimed "couponing addict" who works as a professional coupon coach to "help Quebec families get more for their money."

She said she once paid $1.72 for a Pharmaprix bill that would have cost her $955.68. On top of that, she made $313.10 in PC Optimum points so she basically got paid to take home four full baskets of goods. Now, she's sharing her tips with you!

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If a delicious meal that's made with love from a local restaurant and saves you a bit of cash is your ideal take-out trifecta, consider ordering something with eggs.

Eggs add a boost of flavour and nutrition to any meal. A serving of just two large eggs provides 13 grams of protein, plus vitamin A, D, E folate, iron, zinc and choline. What's even better is that they can be eaten at any time of the day: before work as breakfast, during your lunch break or while you wind down in the evening. 

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When you think of staple Montreal bars, which ones come to mind? Presumably, Pub Burgundy Lion shows up on your list, considering it's one of the most unique spots in the city — especially with its High Tea Sundays.

And even in the strangest of times, it's found a way to continue serving customers in a one-of-a-kind fashion. Starting May 10, you can get free delivery from this spot whenever you're on the Lachine Canal, thanks to its new "Pub On Wheels."

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Another weekend in Montreal is upon us, and even though it won't be all sunshine, we can still have lots of fun.

Check out these things to do in Montreal and make your own sunshine. We believe in you!

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Over the past year, more and more people have become aware of the importance of supporting local businesses.

Whether you're shopping for handmade clothes that fit your new WFH lifestyle, ordering takeout from a small restaurant or picking out farm-to-table ingredients for dinner, we've become increasingly aware that buying local is good for our communities. 

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If you got funding from one of Canada's COVID-19 benefits, including CERB, and later found out you were ineligible, you may have to pay back the government. But how?

We asked Josée Cabral, a Quebec-based tax expert at H&R Block, to explain everything you need to know about repaying CERB.

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As Quebec continues to receive doses of COVID-19 vaccines, Montreal's soon-to-be mass vaccination sites are preparing to open their doors to the public. This means we already know some of the locations where regular Montrealers will be able to get COVID-19 vaccines

Here's how you can get vaccinated for COVID-19 in Montreal when the time comes.

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It's almost Valentine's Day and romance is in the air. While your plans this year won't include heading out to your favourite restaurant, you can indulge in a decadent meal right at home with your significant other (or yourself, if you're happily single).

Using Skip, you can order delicious food and enjoy free delivery across Quebec until March 31. In addition to supporting Montreal restaurants with this promo, you can also add a romantic flare by preparing a candlelight dinner with the convenience of food delivery.

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You know when you eat a really good cookie that just makes you go, "Oh, YES!" Well, what about a cookie that makes you say, "Mais OUI?" This Montreal bakery creates tasty treats that'll have you screaming exactly that.

Atelier BiscOui is a Laval-based bakery that makes the most unbelievable gourmet stuffed cookies. 

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The 514 never disappoints. Thanks to living in a cool city like ours, there are still things to do in Montreal amid both the cold season and a lockdown.

This weekend, there are a variety of COVID-safe activities you can participate in.

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