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While we already know that having a Montreal OPUS card can make getting around the city a breeze, many of us often forget that our OPUS can always get us cool discounts, too. 

From day cruises on the water to trips on La Grande Roue de Montréal, OPUS card additional discounts really set us up for a great year.

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Get ready, Montreal cyclists, because BIXI season 2021 is coming sooner than expected. Friday, April 9 is officially the first day you can rent a bike this year — six days before BIXI's usual April 15 launch date. 

Starting at 8 a.m. on Friday, BIXI bikes in Montreal will progressively start to appear throughout the city's network — just in time for the weekend, when the weather in Montreal will hit a high of 22 degrees

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Warmer weather is around the corner and that means that it's almost Montreal BIXI season.

The program, created by the City of Montreal, will return for 2021 with 725 new electric bikes and 83 more electric stations, bringing the city's total to 1,905 bikes and 153 stations. There are also 7,270 non-electric bikes.

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What is it about Nutella that's so damn good? The chocolate hazelnut spread has a devout fanbase that claims it lives up to its "happiness in a jar" tagline — which is why no one would judge you if wanted to buy a whole gallon of it. And you'd only have to drive 20 minutes to the new Costco outside Montreal to do so. 

The Costco Business Centre is a special kind of Costco that opened September 29 in Saint-Hubert. It's only the second of its kind in Canada, and 70% of its items cannot be found at a regular Costco.

While it caters to the needs of businesses, regular Costco members can shop there too, which comes in handy if you like to buy in bulk. Super mega bulk

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