13 Canadian History Facts To Read While Drinking Maple Syrup
The frozen north is a little less frozen than it was 21,000 years ago, which left a big dent in the Hudson Valley region where a massive ice sheet once sat. The chilly mass of frozen water left such an impression onto the area that the crater that remains actually affects the way gravity works in that spot. It's true, if you wanted to lose some weight the perfect spot would be located in Canada – although, you'd only be down about a tenth of an ounce, but still, if you need to make weight for your next boxing match and want a quick cheat, book a ticket now.
It’s safe to say that the average American knows little about their northern neighbors beyond the stereotypes beyond the usual stereotypes and that one South Park song. It’s a shame, because Canada has a dynamic history. From viking visits to the mysterious origins of Poutine, here’s 13 facts from Canadian history.