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Google changes its daily 'doodle' to poutine

Google changes its daily 'doodle' to poutine
Google celebrates poutine / Getty Images

You may know that Google changes its official 'doodle' according to national holidays and celebrations of historical figures. From Christmas, to Halloween and all the way to Canada Day, Google doesn't shy away from celebrating. The best part? They do so in a fun, always unexpected way!

In honour of celebrating the day the word 'poutine' was officially added to the English Merriam-Webster Dictionary, on May 19 2014, Google has created a poutine 'doodle'.


Source: Google

Yep, that's right! Your poutine cravings can now be solved with the help of Google today.

If you're curious to know more about the Montreal staple meal, Google even allows you to do so just by clicking on its doodle (though we're convinced Montrealers know more about poutine than anyone else...)

Check it out, Montreal!

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