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You can get TOP 25 printable PDF templates for Canada 150 celebration for only $8 CAD or if you are Canadian living abroad for $5.99 USD! Make the most of your Canada 150!

Thought you were an expert on Canada? Here are some fun facts you probably didn’t know about this amazing country.

 

  • Canada is the second largest country in the world.
  • The population in Canada in 2011 was approximately 34.3 million.
  • French and English are the two official languages in Canada.
  • The capital of Canada is Ottawa, the second coldest capital in the world.
  • The regent of England, currently Queen Elizabeth II, is the Canadian head of state.
    Canada Facts

    Every year, Quebec City has a hotel made entirely of ice. The hotel melts in the summer, but is rebuilt every winter.

  • The border between Canada and the United States is officially known as the International Boundary.
  • Canada has the longest coastline of any country in the world at 151,600 miles.
  • A full tenth of the world’s forests are located in Canada.
  • Canada has two of the biggest lakes in the world: Great Bear Lake and Great Slave Lake.
  • The lowest temperature ever recorded in North America was in Canada in Snag, Yukon Territory (-63 C).
  • Canada is the world’s largest source of the rare element Cesium.
  • Canada contains 9% of the world’s renewable water supply.
  • Canada is the second largest oil reserve holder after Saudi Arabia.
  • Hockey and lacrosse are Canada’s national sports.
  • Basketball didn’t originate in Canada, but the man who invented it was a Canadian living in Massachusetts.
  • Canada has hosted the Olympic Games 3 times; 1976 in Montreal, 1988 in Calgary and 2010 in Vancouver.
  • Canadians call the one dollar coin the loonie.
  • Canadians like to finish a sentence with the word eh.
  • Canadians drink more fruit juice per capita than any other country.
  • Canada is a cattle country. It homes to 15 million cattle.
  • Canadians have made many important inventions, including Kerosene, the electron microscope, insulin, the IMAX film system, the snowmobile, and the electric cooking range.
  • The Blackberry Smartphone was developed in Ontario, at Research In Motion’s Waterloo offices.

Be sure to check out also: some amazing Canada printables, interesting greeting cards, or check out the map of Canada!

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