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As part of coming to terms with a new normal, many businesses are having to shift towards e-commerce, a change that had a disproportionate impact on smaller, local businesses.

L'Oréal Professionnel is inspiring Canadian consumers to take action in encouraging local salons with the launch of their #WeLoveThat campaign. This movement aims to raise awareness of salons' new online presence and help them when they need it most.

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Si la COVID-19 a apporté une seule bonne chose, c’est probablement le fait de pousser les gens à être un peu plus conscients de l'impact de leurs achats. 

En effet, nombreux sont ceux qui se sont mis à privilégier les produits organiques et locaux ces derniers mois afin d'encourager les entreprises d'ici qui vivent présentement une période assez difficile. 

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Next time you go to read a book, don't reach for the microwave. 

The Guelph Public Library is now warning residents to not microwave their books to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

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There's no denying that the first snowfall is a beautiful sight, but it also serves as a reminder of what's to come. Adjusting to the transition of seasons and a colder climate has always been a struggle.

Winter is definitely a major culprit for skincare problems, but previous years are no match for the winter of 2020. Canadians are used to the bone-chilling weather that comes along with winter, as well as the dry skin, chapped lips, and potential frostbite.

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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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