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The trade in animal pelts touched nearly every corner of Canada.
This is a big country, and when you’re Prime Minister, you need to visit pretty much every corner of it.
From serious resistance using weapons to small-scale protests, people all over the country have rebelled at different times.
For Kayak’s 10th anniversary, we present a fun fact from every province and territory. Prepare to be surprised!
No matter where you go in Canada, you’ll find a reminder of the people who served and died in this terrible war.
No matter where you are — or where you visit — from coast to coast to coast, you’ll find buildings that look like castles and settlements surrounded by walls.
Sure, there are lots of foods you can find anywhere in the country. But what makes eating here really awesome are the foods made famous in each province and territory.
Every province and territory has a story to tell about how and when it became part of Canada. Here they are, in order of when they joined.
Check out this map to see where Canadian cartoonists originally came from. Some of them might be from where you are!