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A Reddit post about manners in Sweden has turned the internet upside down, as the rest of the world comes to terms with the idea that Swedes simply don't feed guests when they visit.

Social media users have been sharing their shocked reactions to that discovery under the hashtag #Swedengate, while Swedes have also been showing up in the conversation to defend the way they do things.

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This Opinion article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

Oranges, palm trees, sunny skies, and endless blue waters are a few of Florida visitors' favorite things. Well, I live where you vacation, and I know what it's really like to grow up in the Sunshine State.

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An L.A. woman has sparked the ultimate dinner debate on social media, after sharing that her friend asked her over to share a home-cooked meal and then charged her for it.

Podcast host Amber Nelson took to Twitter to rant about the experience on March 10, and her story has absolutely blown up with thousands of people jumping in to share their own opinions.

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As Canada opens back up, local travel is on the rise, and people across the country are looking for fun, authentic ways to truly experience what it means to live here.

The Indigenous tourism industry offers a diverse and rich source of unique, memorable experiences across the country that acknowledge the heritage of what we now call Canada.

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Alors que le confinement semble perdurer dans une majorité des régions de la province, la réouverture permise des musées du Québec arrive à point. Les amateurs d’art pourront y retourner gratuitement le premier dimanche du mois.

Le ministère de la Culture et des Communications a confirmé à Narcity Québec, ce 10 février, le retour de cette initiative gouvernementale.

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