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Oh Canada. Amazing True Facts  

sexyldy1000 59F  
6188 posts
7/2/2020 12:01 pm
Oh Canada. Amazing True Facts



These surprising facts about Canada will have you seeing our beautiful country in a whole new way.

Canada has more lakes than you think

Canada has more surface area covered by lakes than any other country in the world. There are '563' lakes larger than '0' square kilometres. The Great Lakes alone contain about '18%' of the world’s fresh lake water.

Alert, Nunavut, is the world’s northernmost settlement

At the northern tip of Ellesmere Island, just '817' kilometres from the North Pole, you’ll find the northernmost permanently inhabited place in the world: Alert, Nunavut. The warmest month, July, has an average temperature of 3.4 C (38.1 F). By January, the coldest month, the mean temperature drops -32.19 C (-26 F).

Canada has the world’s longest coastline

If you walked and never stopped—it would take you four-and-a-half walk the length of Canada’s coastline. Canada coastline is bordered on sides by different oceans: the Atlantic, Arctic and Pacific. '' put that in perspective, that accounts for 202,080 of the world’s total '356,000' kilometres of oceanfront property. The only other country that even comes close is Indonesia, which has '54,716' km of coastline.

Canada has 10% of the world’s forests

One of the most widely-known facts about Canada is that we’ve got an abundance of trees, but did you know that Canada actually boasts '30%' of the world’s boreal forest and '%' of the world’s total forest cover? An incredible '396.9'-million hectares of forest and other wooded land can be found across the country, and '68%' of that is coniferous. The best part of all? Most of our forest land is publicly owned.

Canada has more oil than you think

It’s thick, it’s sticky and Canada has an estimated '176.8' billion recoverable barrels of it. That’s right, crude bitumen—a semi-solid source of petroleum—is available in abundance in Canada’s oil sands. There’s an estimated '249.67' billion accessible barrels of the black stuff in the world and Canada has about '70.8%' of it—four times more than Kazakhstan and six times more than Russia.

Canada’s national parks are bigger than most countries

One of the most mind-blowing facts about Canada is that the country is so big, even our parks dwarf other countries. Just look at Nahanni National Park Reserve in the Northwest Territories: not only is it a sight to behold with massive waterfalls, it’s also an incredible ‘30,050’ square kilometres—bigger than Albania and Israel. Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta and the Northwest Territories is even bigger at '44,807' square kilometres, which makes it bigger than Denmark and Switzerland.


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sexyldy1000 59F  
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7/2/2020 12:12 pm

I have thoroughly enjoyed sharing pictures, facts and interesting information about Canada. I hope you have enjoyed the experience of scrolling through. Any surprises with today's details?

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Solfan55 65M
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7/2/2020 12:20 pm

I am so grateful to be a Canadian sexyldy1000. I'm getting used to the idea of vacationing in Canada for a while so you've given me even more things to look forward to!


takeout42 65M  
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7/2/2020 1:27 pm

Such a beautiful place...stay sovereign my friend!


mc_justmc 60M
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7/2/2020 1:48 pm

I'm glad you put the temps of Nunavut in Fahrenheit, I'm terrible at Celsius, don't even ask about litres. If you Canadians were to give that Nahanni National Park to Israel y'all could solve the Mid East problem.


Tmptrzz 57F
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7/2/2020 2:19 pm

What great facts about Canada, who knew there were so many parks, and forests there and they are so green too. Thanks for sharing some great facts about Canada, and I hope your having a great day..

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lonlyforlove2 77M
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7/2/2020 3:05 pm

I have been up there several times, one on an extended road trip, I found it very pleasant place to visit.. Thanks for this information, Enjoy your country, have a good day, be safe..

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sexyldy1000 59F  
6306 posts
7/2/2020 3:19 pm

    Quoting Solfan55:
    I am so grateful to be a Canadian sexyldy1000. I'm getting used to the idea of vacationing in Canada for a while so you've given me even more things to look forward to!
My pleasure my fellow Canadian . I have no desire to get on an airplane right now. Have you noticed the recent spike in reports cases on flights? Is it coincidental that the physical distancing on flights had been eliminated? I have had a secret desire to be a tour guide or Toronto Ambassador but don't see that coming to fruition anytime soon. Thanks for stopping by.

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sexyldy1000 59F  
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7/2/2020 3:24 pm

    Quoting mc_justmc:
    I'm glad you put the temps of Nunavut in Fahrenheit, I'm terrible at Celsius, don't even ask about litres. If you Canadians were to give that Nahanni National Park to Israel y'all could solve the Mid East problem.
I live here and am still not used to Metric! Hmmm....if solving the Mid East problem was only so easy.

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thikhead 63M
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7/2/2020 3:51 pm

and some of the oldest surface area on earth

and a treasure of dinosaur fossils.

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ULIXBIG 65M
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7/2/2020 3:57 pm

Thanks for the interesting info. Canada is definitely on my to-do list. One day ...


sexyldy1000 59F  
6306 posts
7/2/2020 4:22 pm

    Quoting thikhead:
    and some of the oldest surface area on earth

    and a treasure of dinosaur fossils.
Yes that is true too. Most people don't even know Canada has a desert - the Okanagan is an anomaly in a country known for snow. ... Known as the hottest place in Canada, Osoyoos is surrounded by the Okanagan Desert, a semi-arid region that is home to hundreds of plant and animal species unique to the area.

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sexyldy1000 59F  
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7/2/2020 4:28 pm

    Quoting ULIXBIG:
    Thanks for the interesting info. Canada is definitely on my to-do list. One day ...
It is indeed my pleasure to share information about the place I call home. For you, it would be quite a journey just to get here, so you have to stay a month to make it worth it! Thank you for stopping by and supporting my blog.

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lok4fun500 110M  
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7/2/2020 5:48 pm

" O Canada"!!! .......eh!




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sexyldy1000 59F  
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7/2/2020 6:46 pm

'The True North strong and free!'
Wouldn't want to live anywhere else

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redrockrascal 61M
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7/2/2020 7:07 pm

    Quoting sexyldy1000:
    I have thoroughly enjoyed sharing pictures, facts and interesting information about Canada. I hope you have enjoyed the experience of scrolling through. Any surprises with today's details?
Thank you for presenting all that info. Some of it I knew but generally don't think abooot.

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sexyldy1000 59F  
6306 posts
7/2/2020 7:20 pm

    Quoting redrockrascal:
    Thank you for presenting all that info. Some of it I knew but generally don't think abooot.
It really was fun to pull it all together.
You know that's really not how we pronounce 'about'. Just like we don't all constantly say 'eh?'. Have a great Fourth of July

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sexyldy1000 59F  
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7/2/2020 7:27 pm

    Quoting takeout42:
    Such a beautiful place...stay sovereign my friend!
It is unlike any other place . It's why I have enjoyed sharing about it the last few days. I wouldn't want to live anywhere else. Thank you for dropping by.

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drinksprite62 57M
4802 posts
7/2/2020 7:49 pm

Lots of beautiful scenery.


Paulxx001 63M
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7/2/2020 8:21 pm

Wow... Interesting stuff.
Ya think those park rangers do the daily park tour? 🤔


sexyldy1000 59F  
6306 posts
7/2/2020 10:44 pm

Yes, there is, from coast to coast 😊

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sexyldy1000 59F  
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7/2/2020 10:47 pm

    Quoting Paulxx001:
    Wow... Interesting stuff.
    Ya think those park rangers do the daily park tour? 🤔
I certainly learned a thing or two, putting the information together. I doubt some of those parks could be patrolled daily unless they use a helicopter 🚁?

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mamacita38dd 41F
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7/3/2020 1:27 am

Another great and informative post my friend thanks for sharing


sexyldy1000 59F  
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7/3/2020 2:26 am

    Quoting mamacita38dd:
    Another great and informative post my friend thanks for sharing
Thank you. It had been my pleasure to post the series about my home. Your support and encouragement is always appreciated. Have a great Fourth of July weekend!

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