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Friendly neighbors, safe streets, excellent schools, and quieter regions near bustling cities are all qualities some of the best small towns in America share in common. To find the best small towns to live in across America, Stacker referenced Niche's Best Places to Live study, released in August 2021, which ranked American towns by overall quality of life. The variables used by Niche include cost of living, health and fitness, and weather. Any town with more than 40,000 people was excluded.

The top cities on this list run the gamut from long-established villages in the suburbs of New York City to planned communities in Virginia and Texas. They feature stops on the Underground Railroad, buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, and community traditions—apple festivals, communal gardens, ice cream socials, and harvest markets—reflecting their roots as farming towns.

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It's a Canadian Tuxedo — well, at least half of one. That's right, Team Canada's jean jacket look will be worn to the closing ceremonies of the Tokyo Olympics and it's very on-brand. 

The athletes' unique outfits, which were designed by Hudson's Bay and Levi's, have been garnering attention on Twitter. 

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En après-midi, ce mercredi 14 avril, une alerte Amber au Québec a été déclenchée pour retrouver un nouveau-né qui se serait fait enlever.*

« Le 14 avril 2021, à 11 h, Wesley Labrecque 2 mois a été enlevé à Waterloo par son père Xavier Labrecque, 22 ans », a tweeté la Sûreté du Québec.

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Lors de la soirée du 14 février à Big Brother Célébrités, une personnalité a quitté la maison et ce deuxième départ volontaire de la saison, après Marie-Chantal Toupin, fait réagir les fans. 

Attention, la suite de cet article contient des spoilers sur l'épisode du 14 février de Big Brother Célébrités.

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It only took four new confirmed cases for New Zealand's COVID-19 restrictions to get raised across the country.

In a statement released on Sunday, February 14, New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the country has learned lessons about how to successfully treat COVID-19 "flare-ups."

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