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Residents of the Canadian New Brunswick seniors’ home have been informed they will each be limited to two rolls of toilet paper a week.

The Manoir Notre-Dame in Moncton said in a written notice the move is necessary because of an increase in overall costs.

“We will limit the rolls of toilet paper to two per week which will be deposited every Monday in the rooms,” the notice read. But management said if the residents exceed the number distributed, they will be able to obtain additional toilet paper if it’s added to their prescription deliveries.

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