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Running errands during the pandemic might be an anxiety-inducing chore for some, but for the extroverts among us, it has been a saving grace (Photograph by Christie Vuong)

Only in 2020 would running errands be the most exciting thing you do all week

Rushing out to get milk was once the height of tedium. Today, it’s an anxiety-inducing thrill ride.
The cleaning products aisle at a No Frills in Toronto (Photograph by Cole Burston) 

Coronavirus in Canada: What people are panic-buying—and leaving behind

Limes, cauliflower pizza and rendered duck fat are just a few things that shoppers have left behind. Here, a collection of photos featuring what’s left in grocery stores and what to do with them.
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Meat theft: The strange new crime trend taking over Winnipeg grocery stores

Some stores are hiring security guards and training staff to watch for suspicious behaviour—a challenge, because, well, there’s no stereotypical meat thief
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Care for a yogourt soda?

With annual sales of $1.8 billion in Canada, the already sprawling yogourt industry is only getting bigger