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When in doubt, tweet it out! That's what Canadians did in 2020, according to Twitter

In what is being called a year of passion and protest, healing and hope, Canadians took to the social media platform to engage in all things music, sports, politics, film, and television.

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Living in Ontario in general can get pretty pricey, let alone when you are a student. Between balancing OSAP, school, a part-time job and a social life, it can be hard to keep track of where you are spending unnecessary coin. Luckily, the student discount game in the city is strong and there are a ton of areas where you can opt to save a few bucks that you can put towards drinks at EFS your OSAP payments! 

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It's just about Halloween and all of the Halloween stores are opened up and ready to go! They have amazing costumes but we all don't have $100 to drop on them. You totally don't NEED those expensive costumes to look great this Halloween though.

From the new "IT" movie, to "Annabelle: Creation" and all our fave TV shows like Riverdale and The Handmaid's Tale, there are so many great new Halloween costume ideas for this year. You can totally make these yourself on the cheap so here are 27 Halloween Costumes For 2017 If You're Broke AF.

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Life as a student can be hard... especially when it comes to trying to save money. Once in a while, it's nice to go out and do something with all your friends, but then you all realize you're broke. After the insane prices of tuition and the unreal prices of textbooks, you're stuck wondering how TF can you do anything fun anymore?!

Although maybe not the boujiest of things to do, Ottawa has plenty to do that costs little to no money. I know the tough life of being a student, from not having enough time to meet up to also remembering you're broke AF, things to do kind of diminish until the break in December. These 21 things in this list are perfect if you don't have a ton of spare money.

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As if life isn't already expensive enough with the steep real estate costsever increasing gas prices, and the cost of living going up to match the minimum wage increases; we now can look forward to an increase in interest rates from the Bank of Canada. 

The Bank of Canada is our country's central bank that controls the base rate of all loans (aka the prime rate). Any lender across Canada (banks, credit unions, car loans, student loans, etc) gives you your personal interest rate based on the one set by the Bank of Canada. So as the Bank of Canada prime rate moves up or down, so does the rate of interest you pay on your loan.

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