Excellent advice. While I usually buy a Canadian Ordo (in French) for the ecclesiastical province, the one I follow is the Benedictine Ordo specific for the Solesmes congregation with adaptations for the abbey I’m associated with. The monk responsible for its production always sends me a copy, it comes out on average every 2 months (a section of it that is), or for most of a liturgical period (e.g. Lent). He takes the Solesmes Ordo in Latin, translates it into French, and adds the specific celebrations for our abbey or country (such as the dedication of the abbey church), and removes those specific only to Solesmes.
Best of all, it’s free. For the most part the monastic Ordo follows the general Roman calendar with some saints added and a few removed, as well as addition of Canadian saints. The Canadian Ordo comes in handy, for some recently canonized saints or beatified saints-to-be are in the Ordo and the collects are included, while they aren’t in the French LOTH I use (nor are they included in the abbey’s Ordo). Since they don’t have propers, it gives me everything I need to correctly pray their memorials.