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Toronto spent tons of money on food and drinks during the World Cup (Montreal, not so much)

38.42%

—The percentage that debit and credit card sales at Toronto restaurants, pubs and fast-food outlets increased during game time in the final week of the World Cup, at least according to data collected by electronic-payment processor Moneris Solutions. Montreal wasn’t quite so into it: over the course of the tournament, bar and restaurant sales there actually decreased, by 6.15%.

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