Peppermint Latte At McDonald's Canada Isn't Available This Year Because Of COVID-19

Sorry, festive coffee lovers! The Peppermint Latte at McDonald's Canada won't be coming back this year because of COVID-19.

Narcity confirmed with the fast-food chain that the seasonal drink isn't available because operations have been simplified during the pandemic.

That's to allow physical distancing to happen in kitchens so that everyone is safe.

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Since operations have been simplified, McDonald's has a limited menu.

So, the Peppermint Latte isn't being sold because of that and there's no festive menu being offered at all this year.

However, there's still some holiday cheer as new festive cups for 2020 are currently available at locations across Canada.

They feature a winter landscape with people skating, skiing, decorating their house, waving to each other from a distance and much more.

If you really want to taste the season, Starbucks and Tim Hortons have holiday drinks and treats available right now that you can enjoy.

Ontario Just Revealed The Rules Around Family Gatherings This Thanksgiving Weekend

"We want families to embrace the opportunity to get together."

Ontario just outlined its rules for family gatherings this Thanksgiving weekend and it looks a whole lot different than 2020.

Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario's chief medical officer of health, opened up about what types of gatherings will be permitted for the holiday during a press conference on Thursday.

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Here's Everything That Is Open & Closed For The Thanksgiving 2021 Holiday In Ontario

If you need to pick up a last minute pie, here's where to go!

Turkey day is almost here and that means you may want to pick up your groceries and hit the bank before Monday.

The Thanksgiving holiday is this Monday, October 11, and here's everything that will be closed and open.

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A Canadian financial expert has some credit card tips for you in case you went overboard spending money, especially during the 2020 holiday season.

Karim Nanji, CEO of Marble Financial, believes that credit card spending may have caused Canadians' credit scores to take a major hit in the new year.

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Over 20K Ontarians Are Demanding That March Break Shouldn't Be Cancelled

A final decision on the holiday hasn't been made.

An Ontario petition is calling on Ford's government to scrap its idea to potentially cancel March Break.

The request, which already has over 20,000 signatures, argues that children and teachers desperately need the holiday. 

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