All RPL branches remain closed until mid-July. Due dates are extended, and fines suspended until further notice. Materials returns and curbside holds pickup are available at select branches. Visit www.reginalibrary.ca/returnsandcurbside for more information.
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Most of the Consumer Reports site is developed around the American market and discusses U.S. products and prices. There is a smaller “Canada Extra” section that focuses on Canadian products and pricing.
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