Canada is Nintendo in real life. whaaaaat?!

Where Nintendo got its inspiration…

'Le Chateau de Frontenac In Autumn' ~ Quebec City, Quebec, Canada • photo: Kevin McNeal

hat a beautiful hotel in Canada.The Château Frontenac is a grand hotel in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, which is currently operated as Fairmont Le Château Frontenac. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in

Hahaha!! I love the south! Wouldn't change how they deal with a little snow here. :)

Healthy Mexican Casserole with Roasted Corn and Peppers

So true. The South didn't even have an inch of snow but they didn't have to go to school. Yet here in the North we had like 2 feet of snow and we still had to go to school.

Aurora Borealis, Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, Canada    edge of the Beaufort Sea - this IS remote, and try driving there on the ice road - make sure you don't try when it decides to break up - definitely NOT fun!

Aurora Borealis, Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, Canada edge of the Beaufort Sea - this IS remote, and try driving there on the ice road - make sure you don't try when it decides to break up - definitely NOT fun!

Proud to sing O'Canada, at school, at hockey games, at movie theatres...yes, at movie theatres!

Proud to sing O'Canada, at school, at hockey games, at movie theatres.yes, at movie theatres! <<< HAPPY CANADA DAY :D

True. My teacher gave up after he saw us watching the game on our cellphones and turned on the game on the smartboard....

Hockey is more important…

this is not an exaggeration. during the Olympics the whole school gathers for the games, more than once. I remember in math class i show up and its the canadian hockey team finals and we were all cool with watching the hockey game instead of doing math

So true! .. love my Tim Hortons

canadian meme (applies to us Michigan folk too!)--> I would like to disagree with this but I can't due to the fact that my family stops to get something from timmies at almost every quick stop when we're on road trips

Canadian Problems: Too warm for a winter jacket, too cold for a spring jacket.

Canadian Problems: Too warm for a winter jacket, too cold for a spring jacket.<< Put a cardigan under your spring jacket :)

cannot draw maple leaves. classic canadian problem.

It took me a long time to learn how to draw a maple leaf that isn't super messed up, bit this is a classic Canadian problem

http://edidyouknow.com/did-you-know-90/ Canada is an Indian word meaning "Big Village".

Yeah when the British came to Canada they asked the First Nations what this was, they said Kanta meaning village, but the British heard Canada.

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