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Some are locked and you bring a key and some are even unlocked. But even small places will have a Chinese or Italian restaurants in addition to the Norwegian ones. It is very expensive to eat in a restaurant so most people only do it only occasionally. The beer is great but expensive. There is no Norwegian wine. Cultural events are very often heavily sponsored by the government and businesses, so tickets datinh a symphony or play can be very cheap. Most papers have cultural sections with listings. Everybody speaks English and can be of help.
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If a Norwegian invites you to their cottage, be prepared because lots of older cottages have outdoor toilets, no gas, no electricity and no plumbing whatsoever. It might even be winter. There might not even be a road. The Norwegian will think that it is just like in Canada. Snowmobiling is mostly illegal and so are seadoos due to environmental concerns.
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All Norwegians can ski very well compared to Canadians and most men have served at least one year in the army. So a few questions before you head out on a weekend trip is wise.
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Be prepared for a hangover. If you go on a private or Muslimsk dating Oslo trip do as the locals. Dting might party hard and so should you. If in a sauna, do not give up, if the host cuts a hole in the ice on his lake for a swim after sauna you should jump in too. If you can do what the host daging you are safe and you will establish very effective relations.
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Train yourself on a cell phone so that you can handle SMS (Short Message Service) all Norwegians older than 9 years old use the service. There is an absolute coverage for them, subway, mountains, tunnels, every where. Norwegians are action-oriented friend makers - they make friends when they are already doing something. So, join a sports team, a club, or a "society" of some kind. You will find like-minded people and interests. For example - if you're into rock music, by one ticket to a Norwegian Black metal concert - you'll meet lots of friendly people. Top of PageCultural Information - UMslimsk HeroesQuestion:Who are this country's national heroes.
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Top of PageCultural Information - Shared Historical Events with CanadaQuestion:Are there shared historical events between this country and Canada that could affect work or social relations. Vikings settlements in Newfoundland and also, Canada was host to Norwegian air force bases during the Second World War in Toronto and Muskoka.
I cannot think of any events present or historically that can harm a relationship. To some extent, WWII is a shared historical event (though this should not be over-emphasised). But in general, visitors will be very surprised by great the number of things that Canadians and Norwegians have in common. Top of PageCultural Information - StereotypesQuestion:What stereotypes do Canadians have about the local culture that might be harmful to effective relations. As mentioned earlier, most Norwegians think Canadians are big, burly outdoors people that hunt bears and fight blizzards with skis on and an axe over their shoulder. In summary, a Canadian will have no problems fitting into a Norwegian world. The political systems are pretty similar, the welfare system almost identical. The same goes for the standard of living. People think and behave similarly to Canadians. Almost everyone speaks English.