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Happy "Hump Day" and first day of winter — Andrew from Narcity here. ☕

Off The Top: A 7-Eleven outpost in southwestern Ontario has become the first in the province to receive a liquor licence, opening the door for romantic dates (or lonely dinners) at the mecca of convenience. One can only imagine what the people of Leamington must feel about being viewed as the logical entry market for such a service.

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The City of Calgary has proudly announced the addition of some nifty new ice bikes that are about to change the way you ice skate in YYC. 

In a video announcement, The City of Calgary said that the sport is brand new and that they're welcoming over 10 ice bikes, the first of their kind in the country.

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Sometimes all we need is a little vacation to break up the daily grind. Whether you're a local looking for an easy escape or traveling all the way to the Sunshine State, one of the most important parts of planning your trip is figuring out where to say — and this vacation rental in Florida may be a good contender.

Known as Dome Villa Vita, this 2,100 square foot dome home lies hidden on a side street in Largo near Indian Rocks Beach.

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Keeping the romance alive in a relationship is so important; the longer you're together the more you start to feel the fire fizzle, but it doesn't have to. Sometimes you just need to take yourself a romantic vacation for 2, starting with affordable rentals in Florida to get you out and exploring. This tiny house in Sarasota might actually just be a good contender. 

The Lido Tiny Home in Sarasota sits tucked away on a shared wooded lot, creating a feeling of seclusion and privacy. Since it's only for 2, tell your friends you've got plans and if you've got kids, get a sitter & treat yourself to a date weekend away from the world.

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There are two types of people in Vancouver: those who cycle and those who don't. In a city where there seems to be an ongoing conflict between cyclists and non-cyclists, there is finally a peaceful place for both worlds to come together.

SEE ALSO: This New Cafe In Vancouver Lets You Drink Italian Coffee And Shop For Groceries

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