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Saving money has been an ongoing conversation for people in Ontario, especially when it comes to their weekly groceries.

Statistics Canada released its monthly consumer price index (CPI) in September, which shed light on inflation in Canada and the rise in grocery prices.

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If you've been feeling like groceries are getting ridiculously expensive, you're not alone. Some people in Toronto have been looking for ways to save money, especially since inflation is now a thing.

Torontonians on Reddit have been sharing ways to save a couple of bucks and find cheap groceries around the city.

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What's creepier than Halloween? It might just be driverless trucks delivering your groceries.

Loblaw and Gatik are making history in Toronto as they deploy the first fully self-driving grocery trucks in Canada.

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Canada will be observing its second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation this Friday, September 30.

The federal holiday was instituted last year in 2021 and "honours the children who never returned home and Survivors of residential schools, as well as their families and communities," according to the Government of Canada.

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Summer is on its way out the door, so you'll want to make the most of this upcoming long weekend!

But, before you book your building's barbeque or head to the mall this weekend, you may want to double-check what's going to be open in Ontario during the Civic holiday on August 1.

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