There is a place in Canada called Cape Breton where Scottish descendants still speak Gaelic, and they sent musicians to Scotland to teach the Scottish how to play traditional music.
Canadian universities often bring in puppies from local shelters during midterms and finals so the students can play with them, de-stress, and it also leads to a lot of adoptions.
Saskatchewan pays college graduates up to $20,000 to live there for 7 years.
Canada did not exist during the American Civil War.
When Canada loses a soldier in Afghanistan, thousands of Canadians line the bridges along the Highway of Heroes in a show of compassion; hoping there won’t be a reason to return to the bridges again.
The last duel in Canada was between two men who were so terrified of dueling, one fainted and the other was seized by horror. The guns were also loaded with blanks.
An experimental program called Mincome existed in Canada in the 1970’s and gave everyone a minimum income just for being a citizen. It resulted in slightly fewer hours worked, but saw overall increases in health, happiness, and educational achievement.
Canadians eat more donuts per capita than any other country.
Native Canadians were forcibly taken from their homes to attend cultural Reform Schools from 1840–1960. The last school closed in 1996.
Residents of Churchill, Canada leave their cars unlocked to offer an escape for pedestrians who might encounter Polar Bears on Main Street.