the French "on" is very commonly used to mean "we" in spoken French. So much so that it is often more frequently used than the proper "nous", particularly in colloquial French.
In the sentence you quote, one would, strictly speaking, need more context to make a definitive decision.
-- Chris (not a native speaker).
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