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Many Americans celebrated Thanksgiving over the weekend and it's safe to assume many people brought their dogs to their family celebrations.

That's what happened to one woman on Reddit, who turned to the popular Am I The A**hole page to see if she was in the wrong for leaving her family's Thanksgiving dinner because of her sister's dog.

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Thanksgiving is the perfect day to show extra kindness and share your gratitude with the rest of the world, and this is precisely what a subway train in New York City, NY witnessed this past Tuesday.

TikTok user Haylee Pentek (@thatsnothaylee) posted a video that shows people gathering around a table inside a subway train and being served a Thanksgiving food plate.

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Canadian Thanksgiving recently passed, and a Ukrainian refugee in the country got to experience his first-ever celebration of the fall holiday.

Andrian Makhnachov (@makhnachov), who currently lives in Saskatchewan, recently made a video on finding out about the holiday and the sweet way he was going to celebrate it.

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Right ahead of Canada's Thanksgiving weekend, officials are warning Canadians not to bring their turkeys in from certain parts of the U.S.

In an email to Narcity Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) says they have restricted people from bringing any raw poultry or poultry products from U.S. states experiencing outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI).

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If you're planning on making a last-minute turkey run or just looking for things to do on Thanksgiving Day, then you'll want to know what's open and closed before heading out somewhere.

Avoid being disappointed by showing up at a place that is also enjoying the day off and getting surprised by a big closed sign on the front door.

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