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I love to cook and I love poutine, but it's never occurred to me to try and make it at home — until I saw a popular TikTok that showed just how easy it could be to make the delicious treat myself.

While scrolling on the social media app, a video from the creator @quangtran_superpumped popped up where he laid out all the steps to make "the best Canadian poutine ever, eh?" and as I watched, I thought to myself, "This is something I can do."

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A newcomer to Canada has experienced one of the joys of the winter season and his reaction is the sweetest thing.

On Monday, October 30, the account @peterandmarie, who describe themselves as an interracial Canadian and Ugandan couple sharing their love story and community in Uganda, posted a TikTok of Peter marvelling at seeing snow in Canada for the very first time.

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If you've been changing your spending habits to save money, you're definitely not alone.

Over on the Reddit page r/AskACanadian, a user recently asked the simple question, "What usual purchase have you recently given up?"

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When you order food from Tim Hortons, you assume it will come with the right amount of toppings and preassembled, right?

A TikToker shared what happened to them at Timmies after they asked for extra cream cheese on their bagel and the video has sparked a funny conversation about the cream cheese to bagel ratio.

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Poutine is an incredibly important national and culinary staple for Canadians, so to see it done wrong is just painful.

Over on TikTok, a video was recently posted to @joansinden's account showing a supposedly southern take on the Canuck classic.

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