15 things most Canadians don’t know about their own country


We supply a third of the world’s french fries

Thanks to the McCain empire, one-third of the world’s French fry supply comes from the small town of Florenceville-Bristol in New Brunswick. That’s right, New Brunswick—and not Prince Edward Island (sometimes referred to as “Potatoes Everywhere Island”). That said, P.E.I. does produce a heck of a lot of potatoes, and is famous the world over for its spuds.


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