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A blogger recently discovered Canadians may not be tipping as much as they should compared to our American counterparts. (Comstock Images/Getty Images/Comstock Images)
A blogger recently discovered Canadians may not be tipping as much as they should compared to our American counterparts. (Comstock Images/Getty Images/Comstock Images)

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Are Canadians terrible tippers?

A blogger writes about how he dined at a Rhode Island restaurant with American friends not too long ago and found his idea of a fair tip was way below what local custom called for.

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