Top 10 Things Canada is Famous For
@Martin_Canine - yes, it's sweet like honey. Its sugar and flavor are natural because maple trees store sugar. It's smooth- and silky-textured, with a sweet, distinctive flavor - hints of caramel with overtones of vanilla.
It's widely used in Canada - a great ice cream topping because it's similar to caramel topping; pancake topping instead of honey or chocolate. In our grocery stores we have yogurt with maple syrup. It's also used in many dishes to get this sweet-sour-salty taste: meat (pork ribs), salads, often in bean dishes, etc.
So delicious on pancakes and waffles! You can use it to replace sugar in many recipes as well.
It's taste can't even be compared to table syrup.
Yes this is Canada In North America is very Famous fir its maple syrup do you agree?
I would eat this with pancakes or waffles everyday if I could!
I'm just saying that this should not be number two! It is also in the USA and les chutes montmorency in Quebec are better. There are lots of Canadian natural wonders that are better than this, like Banff and Jasper, the bay of fundy, great bear rainforest, Dinosaurs Provincial Park, mount Logan and the Bruce peninsula. Not saying that the Niagara Falls suck, it's just maybe Banff or Jasper should be up here on the list!
Where I call home. Took a walk along the Niagara River and the falls tonight, in fact.
The world's unofficial honeymoon capital.
Sure, why not. Eh?
That thing is right
Probably the most recognizable flag - just a red maple leaf.
That flag was made in 1965.
I'm Canadian but I've never heard anybody say that in person...
Example: "You are my new neighbour, eh? "
This was the Canadian version of "You are my new neighbour, aren't you? "
The best game on earth
Hockey is the best
The best sport
Everyone's nice in Canada. Science has proved this fact many times.
Very nice people
One of the reasons I would go to there. by the way, the listmaker is Canadian and he's kind too!
The pandemic has clearly displayed the bloated incompetence and bureaucracy of the Canadian healthcare system. Sadly it's an example of how governments fail to even recognize let alone respond to inefficiency and failure in the process of administering healthcare. Our doctors, nurses and support staff do a great job but are hindered by government's inability to prioritize. Healthcare workers were fired for failing to take unapproved vaccines, government has no process in place to assess qualified immigrant healthcare professionals and Canadian doctors spend fifty percent of the time filling out private insurance companies paperwork. Typical bloated incompetence at the management level.
The public health care system is joke. It is a typical government bureaucracy filled with endless redundancy and inefficiency. Mid 2023 and we are 40,000 doctors short, 6,000,000 citizens do not have a doctor or access to a doctor. 50% of a Canadian doctors time is spent filling out insurance companies paperwork which indicates pretty clearly what the government's priorities are. There are 20,000 immigrant doctors who have come to canada who are not allowed to practice because our incompetent federal government bureaucrats are incapable of implementing a procedure that determines their eligibility to practice. I'm 65 and moved to a different province pre pandemic and I'm still on several lists to be accepted for a doctor. Nurses and staffers are completely overwhelmed and work many hours of overtime weekly. Canada's healthcare workers do a great job under overwhelming conditions. These conditions have created by decades of complacency and incompetence government officials. When a ...more
Yes the Canadian health care system is a bloated bureaucracy that is incapable of providing for the health care needs of Canadians. Federal and provincial governments incompetence is mostly to blame but corporate insurance companies are so easily able to suck the money out of the system. The DOCTORS and NURSES are overworked hero's. Canadas health care system is a joke. Shameful
My canadian friend loves poutine and feels homesick they should sell it here in America.
Canada's greatest creation! Tastes better in Quebec though.
French fries with cheese topped with light brown gravy.
It's literally the best thing I've ever had!
In Toronto there is lots of things to do and there is even CN Tower! The view is great
To where ever any time you see
I love this actor
Greatest all time
Famous or infamous? That is the question...
I like Justin Bieber, I just don't like him when he does bad stuff
Lovely and beautiful
Canadian Bacon is more like ham.
Also, when you have time, you can watch the American comedy movie Canadian Bacon with John Candy. The comedy is about Americans and Canadians.
False canadian bacon is not actually from canada when I lived in tx I had to google this as being from nl canada I had never heard of it. It is an insult to not only bacon but canadians we call this stuff falsely labeled ham...
It tastes and looks like ham.
One cannot just visit Canada, & not have a Tim Horton's coffee.