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It's only when your Halloween hangover (sugar and alcohol) finally leaves you do you realize the true horror has begun — November is here.

Everyone has a favourite and least-favourite time of year, but I think it's hard to argue that November is by far the most unpleasant month out of any in Canada. The fun memories of summer have definitely faded, and we're still a cold, damp month away from any holiday fun.

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Say goodbye to fall and hello to winter because snow is on its way next month. Toronto's weather is set to have a very snowy and chilly November, according to the Farmer's Almanac long-range forecast.

The average temperature of the month is predicted to be four degrees below average at -2 C which means you may not want to hang out on a patio anymore unless it's substantially heated.

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Netflix may have just revealed the season 3 release date of its binge-worthy series YOU on Twitter

The streaming platform hinted at a November 2021 release date when it responded to a tweet with Season 3 fan art created by a non-affiliated "Netflix updates" account.

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Canada has lost many beloved businesses over the course of the pandemic, including both independent shops and chains with locations all over North America.

The province of Ontario has said goodbye to a number of these once-popular retailers, from Kiehl's to Godiva to NYX Cosmetics. 

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Of the four lunar and solar eclipses in 2021, Canada will be treated to three of them and the moon will actually turn red twice!

Here's a rundown of those celestial events that you can look forward to.

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