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If you never got into the NFT game in 2021, you can get in on the action now because NFTs (non-fungible tokens) are expected to explode in 2022.

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2021 might be the perfect year to start looking for a new condo, because some real estate experts are saying the cost of renting in Toronto is quite a bit lower than it used to be.

According to the new National Rent Report from Rentals.ca, the average rent in Toronto in December 2020 was 19.4% cheaper than it was in December 2019, the largest drop in all major Canadian municipalities.

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With COVID-19 still sticking around, Remembrance Day in Canada will be different and fewer people are commemorating the day and wearing poppies.

A new poll from Historica Canada conducted by Ipsos shows that engagement with the annual day of remembrance is way down.

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It seems like COVID-19 in Canada will be sticking around beyond Christmas and Dr. Theresa Tam said we'll probably drop the ball with it before the holidays.

During a press conference on October 30, the country's top doctor was asked about holidays like Hanukkah and Christmas and how we'll be able to celebrate.

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Over the course of your life, how much food do you think you've thrown away? 20 pounds? 50? 100? Chances are, like most Canadians, you're underestimating the answer. The average single-family household tosses over 440 pounds of food waste every single year. For Canada as a whole, that amounts to almost 2.2 million tonnes of edible food wasted each year; good food that gets tossed because we buy too much, cook too much or don’t store it correctly. And it even costs the average Canadian household over $1,100 per year.

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