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These Canadian street signs about moose are so stereotypically Canadian and so hilarious at the same time.

Do you know those signs at crosswalks that show a person mid-stride? Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan has those along Main Street but there's a twist.

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If you walk around New York City right now, you might notice that some of the street and subway signs have changed to pay homage to America's newest president — Joe Biden

That's because NYC artist, Adrian Wilson, transformed the signs to celebrate Biden's inauguration

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Judging by their signs, it's not just masks Toronto's increasingly large crowds of anti-maskers are against.

While the general theme from a lot of the signs at the protest directed their ire at masks specifically, there was a wide range of views expressed at Saturday's rally.

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It looks like some Calgarians aren't fans of the current health orders. In fact, COVID-19 signs around Calgary were spotted over the weekend, comparing health orders to a Nazi tirade. A picture of the signs was posted online by Reddit user Elissa Blunden on Sunday, September 20.

The eye-catching posters read, "The Nazis had a phrase that covered all abuses by the state: "It's all for your safety."

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Don't get me wrong... I love Ottawa, but with so many other places in the world, I can't guarantee that I'll stay here forever. There is quite a bit to do in Ottawa and the city is still developing, but I can't help but wonder what it would be like to live in a different city. Imagine living in Toronto, the city that is always buzzing or staying somewhere like Vancouver where the mountainous views are unreal. I do know I will 99.9% stay in Canada because I truly love this country, but the province I'll stay in forever is still up in the air. 

Ottawa is a wonderful city to live in. We live super close to the beautiful Gatineau mountains, meaning every fall we have the chance to go for a stunning hike. There are so many tasty restaurants around the city and soooo many delicious dessert places to have a sweet treat at. Not to mention the fact that there are a ton of hidden gems popping up around every corner in the city. With all of these positives you may be wondering why TF would someone even move?!

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