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Things are about to get saucy! Canada's favourite condiment was just revealed and the top choice is pretty controversial.

New research from aimed to "sort the mustard maniacs from the ketchup connoisseurs," by ranking different countries' most popular condiment based on search data.

It's worth noting that the study defines a condiment as "a spice, sauce, or preparation that is added to food after cooking to enhance the flavour, impart flavour or to compliment a dish."

Taking the top spot for the most popular condiment in Canada is guacamole … with Canadians searching for it as many as 46,000 times per month!

It's pretty contentious though, as not everybody will consider the avocado-based dip to be a "condiment."

We're apparently not alone though in our love for guac, as it came out on top in the U.S., Brazil, Germany, Australia and so many more countries, too.

Other top-tier condiments include mayonnaise (France), salsa (Portugal), Tartar sauce (Japan), hummus (Russia), tahini (U.K.) and fish sauce (Thailand).

Equally divisive is Canadians' favourite branded condiment (per the study), which emerged as Vegemite with 18,000 monthly searches. Yikes, Canada!

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From making snide, indirect remarks to hurling full-on insults, it seems Justin Trudeau, Erin O'Toole, Jagmeet Singh and Maxime Bernier aren't worried about hurting each other's feelings.

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With COVID-19 cases on the rise in Alberta, the provincial government has just dropped a bunch of new public health rules.

According to a September 15 news release from government officials, Alberta has declared a state of public health emergency and plans to implement new health measures to expand capacity, increase vaccination rates and reduce transmission of COVID-19.

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Nicki Minaj Got Called Out By Trinidad And Tobago's Health Minister After Her Testicle Tweet

"We wasted so much time yesterday running down this false claim," he said.

The internet has been abuzz since Nicki Minaj claimed a cousin's friend got into some serious testicular trouble after receiving his COVID-19 vaccine, but Trinidad and Tobago's health minister is not impressed.

Speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, September 15, Dr. Terrence Deyalsingh refuted the Trinidad-born rapper's claim and complained that the "false claim" had wasted so much of his department's time.

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