The Canadian government forcibly relocated Inuit to the most northern parts of the country during the Cold War in order to assert its sovereignty in the area.
Canadian farmer Frank Meyers, who didn’t want to sell his farm to the government. But in the end was forced to, even though his family was given the land by King George III in 1798 before there was a Canadian government.
License plates in the Canadian Northwest Territories are shaped like polar bears.
Kraft Dinner (Mac and Cheese) is a Canadian national dish. It is the most popular grocery item in the country.
There are fridges full of free beer scattered throughout Europe that will only open for Canadians.
The Tokyo metropolitan area contains more people than the entire nation of Canada.
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.