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Alberta and Ontario both have a lot to offer, and debates about which is the better province to live in are ongoing.

While it's no secret that there's a playful rivalry between Eastern and Western Canada, Narcity decided to head down to the streets of Calgary to ask locals exactly what they think Alberta does better than Ontario.

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Every healthy diet should include greens, but the rising price of groceries in Canada has made it so a head of lettuce can cost you an arm and a leg, and Ontario restaurants are struggling to cope.

JD Southern Smokehouse, located in Sudbury, took to social media on Monday, November 7, to announce it would no longer be selling salads due to the skyrocketing cost of lettuce.

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This Opinion article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

It's no secret that Ontario gets a bad rap in Canada, and if you've ever seen the nickname "Onterrible" trending on Twitter, you know what I'm talking about. But the province has a lot more going for it than you might think.

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If your children go to a Catholic school in Toronto, you may want to look into child care options for November 4.

Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) released a statement to parents and guardians on October 30 warning that if the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) workers go on strike Friday, November 4, all TCDSB schools will close for the duration of the strike.

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Calgary has been trying to lure Torontonians over to the west coast with the promise of affordability — but the city could offer to pay my rent, and I still wouldn't move.

I've lived in Toronto for the past five years, and although the majority of my family have moved from British Colombia to Calgary, I won't be joining them anytime soon.

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