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According to a lost-and-found record by the ride-sharing company, Montrealers are more likely than anyone else in the province to leave items behind in their Ubers. A sword was one of the weirdest, according to the company. (pexels.com)
Rainbow on third line road following an afternoon shower on Monday, April 15, 2024. There were three rainbows over 1/2 hr time. (Ans van den Hanenberg/CTV Viewer)

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