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The coffee culture in Toronto is huge, with new shops popping up regularly throughout the city. There are countless indie cafés with specialty brews, well-designed coffee hangouts and hole in the wall espresso bars. Explore Toronto's local spots and you'll never want to step into another Tim Hortons, Starbucks or McCafé again.

Here are nine Toronto coffee shops that are so beautiful you'll feel like you're in Europe.

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We're in the midst of October, so that means midterms are upon us. October to November is easily the hardest time of year for a lot of students. We're swamped with group projects, midterms, papers, and studying for upcoming finals. With all of the never-ending craziness going around us, it's difficult to maintain a social life.

No matter how busy you get though, it's always important to take time for yourself and take frequent breaks. I'm not saying that it's a good idea to go on a 3-day bender when you have an essay due on Monday, but a night out to take a break from studying probably won't kill you, especially if you're in dire need of some stress relief.

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Happy fall to all my basic friends! Forget your average PSL drink, because there has never been a better season to embrace our basic-ness and enjoy pumpkin spice everything! Vancouver has come through on pumpkin flavoured desserts this fall and I know your hearts are going to melt and your mouths are going to water (I know mine is).

From pumpkin spice cheesecake, cookies, pies, ice cream and more, you won't find a single block in the city that won't be blanketed with the warm and welcoming scent of everything that is fall.

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Life is all about the little luxuries. Between your full-time job and your full-time side hustle, sometimes you just have to let yourself indulge a little bit. Whether it's getting a latte with two sugars instead of black coffee (a.k.a. hot bean water), or treating yourself to a bit of a fancier dinner (but trust us, nothing on this list will leave your wallet in starvation), it's okay to give into yourself sometimes.

The world is a loud and busy place, but Vancouver has got a few places that you can turn into a sanctuary for your indulgences. Here are 42 little luxuries to treat yourself to in the city.

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One of the best things about Toronto, is that you will never run out of places to go for a great cup of coffee. There are endless coffee shops in the city that are independently owned, with each place having a distinct feel and attraction to it. Just when you think you may have been to them all, another one pops up!

Every day, you can go to a different place for a coffee adventure. The list below is a great place to start!

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