Even though Canadians know a LOT about American culture, generally speaking Americans don't normally know a lot about their neighbours to the north. So user u/lylelanley- recently asked: "What’s a fact about Canada you want Americans to know?" and a lot of people had thoughts on the matter. Read what they had to say below:
1. "'Eh?' Can be used interchangeably with 'Huh?'"
"Americans always interject 'eh?' into a sentence in the most awkward way when mimicking us, yet already have the exact same speech patterns in place"
2. "There is one random person in every Canadian town who is exempt from goose attacks. No one knows who this person is, but citizenship actually has nothing to do with it."
3. "It is a very, very big country with not a lot of infrastructure. Please plan trips accordingly."
"I feel this advice would be more suited to Europeans. I had friends in Europe who came to visit. One day they wanted to see Toronto, the next Calgary and the day after Vancouver. They had no idea canada was so big."