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Welcome to Toronto! We're so happy to have you. Toronto has a lot of really cool things to do! And depending on how much time you have, you're going to want to do it all though. Beware though, Toronto is a crazy city - and we have rules. 

Toronto is a busy city, and things can get pretty wild. We've compiled a list of mistakes to avoid during a trip to Toronto so you don't piss off any locals and so that you can have the best time.

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As summer comes to a close most of us have already cashed in some well earned vacation days or have made the most of the summer break to go travel. While gone, you might have experienced some of the downfalls of tourist season - aka overcrowding, long line ups, and general congestion. All things that take away from the authentic travel experience. So next time, if you're trying to avoid the crowd or just want to do something different and new maybe take a look at the paths least travelled. 

The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) put out a report recently on the 2017 global tourism stats. While the countries that topped the lists weren't all that surprising - France, USA, Spain, China, Italy; the country that ranks the least travelled were actually shocking.  

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Toronto, as beautiful and cool as it is, is definitely a weird place with its own quirks. There are certainly some questionable things that happen in the city that are seriously just weird.

READ MORE: 11 Things Torontonians Often Need To Explain To Tourists

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No matter how long you've spent in Halifax, there are a couple things about this city that continue to surprise even locals on a regular basis. If you're reading this prior to a trip out East, prepare yourselves for the time of your life!

From the obsession with donair to getting drunk on a Saturday afternoon, Halifax has so many things that locals and visitors alike find especially...unique about the city. Below is a list of some of the hilarious traits that make Halifax such a memorable place.

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To an outsider’s eye, Canada could be perceived as a magical place filled with all sorts of whimsical creatures and peculiar items. But to us Torontonians, such things are nothing more than ordinary artifacts of daily Canadian life. Often times, tourists visiting our city (and non-Canadians in general) freak out about some of the commodities that we have, and we’re left with the somewhat challenging task of explaining that it’s really not that big of a deal.

Here are 11 things Torontonians often need to explain to tourists:

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