There is a Canadian TV anchor who translates all the English news into Inuktitut live on air. Igalaaq is the only Inuktitut supper hour TV program in the whole country where unilingual Inuktitut speakers have this one chance, for 30 minutes, to see someone speaking their language.
Over 10% of Canada’s population are descended from impoverished British children that were sent to work on Canadian farms between 1869 and 1939.
You weigh less if you visit certain areas of Canada, namely the Hudson Bay Area and parts of Quebec, because there’s less gravity there than other parts of the world.
Canada once minted a $1 million dollar coin, which was promptly stolen and never found.
150k+ First Nation kids were removed from their homes, over a span of 100 years, in order to “get rid of the Indian problem in Canada”.
During WW2 German prisoners were so well treated in Canada that they didn’t want to leave the country when released. Thousands of them eventually stayed or came back to Canada with one saying that the time in Canadian prison was “the best thing that happened to me.”
During the 2010 Olympic Hockey Final, Air Canada had to delay a flight because the passengers refused to board until the game was over.
Canada’s new 10-dollar note features Viola Desmond, a black woman and civil rights activist from Nova Scotia. She is known as Canada’s Rosa Parks for her refusal to leave a whites-only section of a theatre.
Fed up with Ontario laws restricting the cross-provincial sale of eggs, the Canadian province of Manitoba copied the Ontario laws, sued itself all the way up to the Supreme Court, and got those laws deemed unconstitutional in ALL provinces.
Canadians are entitled to receive a free flag from the government ($150 value), but the waiting period is 99 years.