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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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Health Canada has confirmed that quarantine hotels in Canada will be sticking around for at least another month.

In a notice shared via Twitter on April 20, the federal agency confirmed that all of Canada’s current travel restrictions would be extended until at least May 21, 2021.

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As the country continues to deal with the third wave of COVID-19, Canada's international travel restrictions have been extended once again. 

In an announcement on April 20, Minister of Public Safety Bill Blair confirmed that restrictions on non-U.S. international travel would remain in place until at least May 21, 2021.

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This mansion for sale in Ontario is fit for a queen, but you don't need to be royalty to afford it.

Located two hours from Toronto in Stirling, the eight-bedroom home is listed at $850,000.

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After shuttering all of its locations back in 2019, it looks like fast-fashion retailer Forever 21 is returning to Canada.

A new report from Retail Insider reveals that the Los Angeles-based brand will be bringing physical stores back to the True North, as part of an expansion led by Toronto-based YM Inc.

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