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Anyone who has had the chance to visit Halifax will undeniably tell you how much they love this little city. From the people, to the food, to the sightseeing, there is just so much packed into Halifax.

The East Coast lifestyle is truly one of a kind. Nothing beats being young, wild, and free in Hali, but of course there are a few super annoying things about this city that anyone who has lived here for a least a few months can totally agree on.

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If you have Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, you've definitely seen one of Elle Mills' videos. She's just a girl from Ottawa, but she's honestly way more than that. Her personality is bigger than life, and her laugh is the most contagious laugh you'll ever hear. Did I mention she's funny as f*ck? 

She's the most relatable teen ever. She makes videos with her friends, adorable brother (who looks like it's always against his will) and her siblings make an appearance every once and a while as well. I mean, she's totally relatable, but do you get retweeted by Little Mix? Probably not. #goals

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We've all been there. You want to ask someone something but you don't exactly know what their reaction will be so you choose the anonymity of "oh, I'm just asking for a friend."

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Most people who visit Victoria are always trying to find their way back to the Southern border of Vancouver Island. The weather is mild, the community is bangin', and the food is worthy of inappropriate hashtags.

SEE ALSO: 23 Places To Visit In Victoria That’ll Make You Wish You Lived There

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For those of you who are unfamiliar with what Port Credit is, it's a quiet little area in Mississauga by the lake. Its biggest attraction is the stunning harbour front and most memorable landmark is the Port Credit lighthouse (you can even find it on our Snapchat geofilter).

While Port Credit is only a short drive away, or exactly 4 stops on the GO train from Toronto, life is very different there; a far cry from the skyscraper clad, bustling streets of the city, it's an easy going place that you just can't help but fall in love with.

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