The Canadian $100 banknote featured an Asian woman on the back using a microscope. People complained that it was stereotyping Asians as being good at technology. She was replaced with a Caucasian woman, and then more people complained that Caucasians were being favored.
A Canadian Non-Profit organization began teaching Vancouver-area alcoholics how to brew their own beer and make wine in an effort to keep them from drinking alternate sources of alcohol, like rubbing alcohol, mouthwash, and hand sanitizer.
A baby born to Ugandan mother during a flight from Amsterdam to Boston became Canadian after being born in their airspace.
After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Canada declared war on Japan before the United States did.
Over 90% of the population of Canada lives within 100 miles of the U.S. border.
Cambridge Bay, Canada has a 0.0% chance of sunshine throughout December.
Members of Westboro Baptist Church have been specifically banned from entering Canada for hate speech.
Canada hands out a 1-year free Cultural Access Pass to new citizens. Free access over a 1,000 museums and cultural centers across Canada.
Canada was almost called “The Kingdom of Canada” but it was rejected by the British government who feared it would offend the Americans.