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21 thoughts on “CANADA- Provinces + Territories explained (Geography Now!) | Wonderdir

  1. winnipeg is also how Winnie the pooh got his name, AA Milne took his son to see a bear in London Zoo in england becase a Canadian Bear was new there and it was from winnipeg, so Christopher Robin shorted it to Winnie

  2. Still mispronounced Newfoundland. Its Land, not Lind. The accents not Canadian-Irish, its Newfoundland-Irish or Newfoundland-English. It's a recognized separate dialect.

  3. I was in Toronto once at a comedy club and they mocked Alberta so much and made like a lot of incest jokes about them. To me, as an American, it seems like Alberta is sort of like their south (texas, florida, alabama, etc.).

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