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Ding, ding, order's up -- a Canadian chain of premium dive bars is offering up free burgers for life to Ontario's local heroes.

Ontario's El Furniture Warehouse announced they will be giving out free burgers every single Monday to all health care professionals and first responders. Based on their poster, every health care professional, paramedic, firefighter, and police officer can cash in on this sweet deal.

Ontario's first responders and health care professionals with a valid ID can start cashing in on their free orders this coming Monday, August 2, and can do so for every single Monday after that for the rest of their lives.

There are six Warehouse bars across the province, with most in Toronto. They are located at Queen Street West, Bloor Street West, and Yonge Street. The remaining two are in Ottawa and London.

"This year has been hard and this is one way we're committing to give back," Warehouse wrote. "A big thank you for all the hard work that you do."

El Furniture Warehouse is following in the footsteps of its sister chains across the country serving up this sweet deal, so it's good news for health care workers across Canada.

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