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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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A B.C. man felt that he was misled by Canada Dry ginger ale and launched a class-action lawsuit as a result. 

According to CTV News, Victor Cardoso had been buying the soft drink for years because of the claim on the label saying "made with real ginger." 

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A B.C. man felt that he was misled by Canada Dry ginger ale and launched a class-action lawsuit as a result. 

According to CTV News, Victor Cardoso had been buying the soft drink for years because of the claim on the label saying "made with real ginger." 

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With the autumn season upon us, we have the perfect opportunity to find creative ways to support local businesses. Now more than ever, it's important to show our community some love.

This fall, the LCBO is coming together for incredible local tastes, local drinks, and local businesses. Pop into your local LCBO or check out their website to support Ontario with delicious Ontario-inspired whisky cocktails.

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2016's been a pretty awful year. Professor Snape died, Toblerone bars have less chocolate and Obama's going to be unemployed in January. Let's not forget about our struggles at school, too.

Exams, essays, midterms. We're dying. School is busy enough as it is, but, on top of this, we all have social lives and part-time jobs to balance as well. It's stressful. But let's face it: Even though too much of something can be bad enough, too much of nothing is just as tough. These are some of the best years of our lives and what would they be without college/university?

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