Engineers from Canada wear an Iron Ring given to them in a ceremony designed by Rudyard Kipling.
An Inuit man fashioned a dagger from his own feces to escape Canadians
There is a town in Ontario, Canada named Swastika and despite pressure from the government to change the name residents fight to keep it.
In the 1950s, Canada used a “fruit machine” test to identify and eliminate homosexuals from public service.
In the 1960’s, it was discovered that Canada had lower gravity then other parts of the world.
The most common surname in Canada is Li.
Alberta, Canada has no rats.
The Canadian government staged a large-scale Nazi invasion of Winnipeg in 1942 to promote war bonds: citizens were arrested at random, armed “German” troops searched cars and buses, businesses were raided for supplies and Union flags were torn down and replaced with the flag of the Nazi Party.
Canada has a 100kg(220lbs.) $1,000,000 coin.