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11 Things That Are Totally Bigger In Canada

Who knew that dinosaurs were bigger here?

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1. Canada is actually larger than the United States.

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Canada: 9.985 million km²

United States: 9.827 million km²

Mexico: 1.964 million km²

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2. Canada is home to the world's longest covered bridge.

The second longest covered bridge in North America is the Smolen-Gulf Bridge in Ohio and is 182.9m.
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The second longest covered bridge in North America is the Smolen-Gulf Bridge in Ohio and is 182.9m.

3. Canada has the tallest freestanding concrete structure.

Toronto's iconic CN Tower is the tallest concrete structure towering in at 553.3m (1,815ft) tall.
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Toronto's iconic CN Tower is the tallest concrete structure towering in at 553.3m (1,815ft) tall.

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4. Canada is the largest supplier of wild blueberries.

These delectable fruits are mostly grown in Quebec and the Atlantic Provinces.
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These delectable fruits are mostly grown in Quebec and the Atlantic Provinces.

5. Canada is home to the world's largest ice cream cake.

It was hosted in 2011 in Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto and weighed 10.13 tonnes (22,333.6 lbs).
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It was hosted in 2011 in Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto and weighed 10.13 tonnes (22,333.6 lbs).

6. The longest fruit snack was made in Canada.

It was 91.44m long (300 ft). That's three football fields worth of fruit snack deliciousness!
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It was 91.44m long (300 ft). That's three football fields worth of fruit snack deliciousness!

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7. There is a humongous T. rex waiting to eat... greet you in Alberta.

This mammoth is 25m tall (82 feet) and can be seen in Drumheller, Alberta.
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This mammoth is 25m tall (82 feet) and can be seen in Drumheller, Alberta.

8. Canada, home of Nickelback and the world's largest nickel.

This bad boy is 9m tall and can be seen in Sudbury, Ontario
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This bad boy is 9m tall and can be seen in Sudbury, Ontario

9. Sorry New York, the Big Apple is in Canada.

Believe it or not but "The Big Apple" is actually in Colborne, Ontario and is 10.7m tall.
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Believe it or not but "The Big Apple" is actually in Colborne, Ontario and is 10.7m tall.

10. Hard to bury the hatchet when it weighs over 55 tons.

What would Canada be if it didn't have the world's largest axe. You can find this 10m-tall wood-choppin' machine in Nackawic, New Brunswick.
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What would Canada be if it didn't have the world's largest axe. You can find this 10m-tall wood-choppin' machine in Nackawic, New Brunswick.

11. Canada = Hockey. British Columbia = Largest hockey stick and puck.

Let's be real. Hockey is better in Canada, so why WOULDN'T we have the world's largest hockey stick? This massive stick can be found in Duncan, BC.
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Let's be real. Hockey is better in Canada, so why WOULDN'T we have the world's largest hockey stick? This massive stick can be found in Duncan, BC.

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