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If you purchased ginger ale in Quebec between January 14, 2016, and November 11, 2020, then you might qualify for some Canada Dry Settlement cash. 

As you may have heard, a B.C. man launched a lawsuit against Canada Dry, claiming that the company falsely marketed the product as having health benefits. Now, a settlement is available to people who bought those products. 

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If you ever wondered what the most Canadian beer is, this Ontario brewery thinks its new ale might just be the one.

Waterloo Brewing said that its new booze for you to sip on, the Maple Spiced Pecan Old Ale, "has to be a frontrunner for the Most Canadian Beer Ever."

This is a seasonal small-batch beer with 5.5% alc./vol. that's maple-flavoured and has notes of butter tart along with the aroma of pumpkin.

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Photo cred - Noble Hop

Beer. To some, it's a passion, something that you study, develop a palate for, and argue about at parties. To others, it's just a less-gross option than wine when you wanna get shitfaced. If you belong to the first category, and want to take your love of the brew to the next level, now is your chance!

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