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Whatever.... We're still bigger If businesses would open up away from the hubs more people would spread out away from Toronto and Montreal
It's not Ottowa, but Ottawa. You misspelled Canada's capital city.
You spelled Ottawa wrong (Ottowa)
0:58 why would anybody in Canada be embarrassed by this information
Everything you said about Europe is completely false, The entirety of Russia is part of Europe, so Europe is more than double the size of canada, also Europe's population is around 861 million, way above the 700 million plus you mentioned, you have to get your facts right and stop misleading people so voraciously, I know you're from the us so you're extremely ignorant and oblivious to the information that's out there, but this has to stop
as a Canadian i confirm that i am canadian
0:34 Only 70%??? Wow
Over 332 million in the US?
Keep up the good work!
I’m guessing the answer is before I watch…. …it’s really fucking cold up there
sir that is not how you spell Ottawa.
Where do the other 50-percent live. West near Alaska?
The areas in red at 3:00.
People tend to underestimate how huge Toronto is. If it was an American city, it’d be the second largest in the country (5.5 million as compared to New York’s 8.4 million).
Spelled Ottawa wrong.
Ah but how many toyota corollas are in that part of Canada?
Lol. Why would it be embarrassing to Canada that more people live in Ontario, Quebec then the rest of Canada?
Ottowa lmfao, epic fail
as a canadian me and my pet moose and loon can prrove this is real
It's Ottawa not Ottowa
He sound so angy
We the North 😂
Fun fact it's spelled Ottawa, eh!
seriously though...this matters why?
@TheRatsintheWalls Oh. Ok...now I get it.
Random interesting facts, especially shocking or unintuitive ones, are entertaining.
Another fun fact: i live above this line
Here's a fun fact..... Interstate 19 between Tucson and Mexico is the only stretch of Interstate where signpost distancing is measured in kilometers, not miles.
So most of the Canadian land is for tourism, only that tiny part is humanly significant.
Nailed pronouncing Toronto, failed spelling Ottawa :(
I used to travel to Toronto and other cities. But, after they passed laws to were if you have an background you can't come over is killing me softly.
At least canada still have lots of natural reserves
“BUT I’M NOT DONE EMBARRASSING CANADA YET” 😂🇨🇦
RealLifeLore going after all of Canada saying only the southern part or Ontario can grow food. Saskatchewan, who has an agricultural sector 5 times the size: am I a joke to you?
You spelt OTTAWA wrong 💔
Fun fact: most of the fun facts are not funny
Fun =/= funny.
I did not know that is how you spell Ottawa 0_0
Why was the boarder kept closed Authoritarian Facist took control over our lives.
Alternatively, people implemented methods of containing a contagion that have been know to work since the middle ages at least.
Long story short. It’s cold as fuck
That's quite nice... it's really nice to have a lot of untouched wilderness.
0:18 - Well... the 48th parallel is not the longest border. If you were considering the border of all of the US, including Alaska, then yes, it's the longest border between 2 countries.
I am not understanding why the presenter thought he would be embarrassing Canadians with this video. The location of cities is based on topography, past military significance, climate, and access to trade. This “small” population controls much of the world’s natural resources and business is good.
This changed my whole perspective on what it means to be "from Canada"...
You misspelled Ottawa.
Fun fact:Most CANADIANS,AMERICANS do not know this geopolitical,geographical relationship bet these 2 giant nations.
I live in that area, and it's probably the least beautiful part of Canada where I live (the Chemical Valley area)
laughs in Yukon
I'm sorry but that's "few/fewer people" not "less/lesser people". Fewer is for things you can count, and less is for thing you can't. So fewer marbles, less water. Get it ?
Perfect - thank you ! !!
Oh I know exactly why. I've got just one word for you, *TORONTO*
OTTAWA not OTTOWA :)
0:44 “50% of Canadians live south of this line” *has southern Ontario filled in as well as Nova scotia* Southern Ontario: 14 million people Nova Scotia: around 1 million people 15 million people divided by 38.1 million people = 42%. That math is scary.
I live in Chicago I’m important :)
1:01 dude how are you embarrassing Canada. Canada can live where they want . so basically that is not embarassing.
I’ve watched almost all this mans videos...
BS to the 49th parallel being the longest border between 2 countries Australia's border(mainland only) to another country is 22,293 miles long.
I live at the 47th parallel in WA state and my weather is pretty mild, a lot more mild than Toronto. I'm surprised that the western part of Canada doesn't get more attention. Southern British Columbia is not that bad.
As of September 16, the US border is actually STILL closed to CANADIANS while US citizens have now been able to enter for the past month.
Live just north of Vancouver and I'm offended.
What is canada anyways.
Because it's frigging cold
Why is it "embarrassing" that Canada has geographically a point so south, considering the damn *geographic shape of the Great Lakes* ? It's not like if Canada was the one who controlled the Ice Age glaciers to make that continental feature. And by the way, they live as down as possible because Canada is polar cold anywhere up there in winter. Even that south.
PEI feels so left out :(
as a canadian from Quebec: this place sucks ass and the people here are awful.
0:58 damn why was he so aggressive about it. Man hates Canadians 😩😂
I didn't realise half of all Canadians live around the Great Lakes, which makes perfect sense
Sometimes I forgot Canada is even up there tbh
You tried to embarrass us Canadians, but actually just embarrassed Americans by spelling Ottawa wrong!
As someone that’s from Edmonton I’m watching this and feeling good about how canadien I am for living so far up north 😂
I had to check comments to see if this was clickbait
OH MYYY GODDD He slips ads soooooo fckin smoothly dude
The total population of Canada = Tokyo !
So some of Mexico back in the day was further north than Canada's most southern point interesting.
Money/jobs. But as soon as they get sick, they go right back up to Canada (because our healthcare sucks and is too expensive)!
Fun fact more mexicans live in the u.s.a than they do in mexico.
7:40 The second you know he’s now building up to the paid promotion. Dude just be straight with us instead of so disingenuous. You can detect it in every video and it’s sucks. Stop treating us like children, we - do - not - like - it. Grow up and say something like “and now for the…”. At least we’ll respect you
Fun fact: If the U.S. gets into a nuclear war, Canadians get to go along for the ride.
All that info for an ad campaign wow
U need to do some better reserch in to canada. And not just go off internet data.
The vast majority of Canada is untouched wilderness, I wouldn't have it any other way.
América goles from Tierra del Fuego to Alaska. Even Greenland propulsión are americans 🤔
I live above the 49th parallel XD
Fun fact: 50% of Canadians are the half
My man really spelled Ottawa as. Ottowa 😂😂😂😂.
A+ pronunciation of “torono” the t is silent 👌🏻 lol
I LOVE CANADA
"… lucrative trade has *flowed* along the st.Laurence…" (not "…flowed…")
I always think it's kind of beautiful, or at least curious, how Canada just has barely more inhabitants than the Tokyo metropolitan area.
"Think of how cold North Dakota is, and then realize Canada is colder than that."
You spelt Ottawa wrong
There's another, huge reason why so many Canadians live near the border, that I thought this guy was transitioning to. Political. The first true transcontinential railroad, the CPR, was built near the border to establish Canadian control over what would one day become the provinces of Manitoba, Saskachewan, Alberta and British Columbia, by establishing our own transcontinental railroad, connecting Halifax to Vancouver, and located near the 49th parallel to ensure we could populate our side of the border with settlers and move troops in as needed to prevent the USA from colonizing our west away from us. Back when our founding Prime Minister, Sir John A MacDonnald made this decision, Americans were starting to send spur lines up into Canada, and migrate Americans into western Canada. The completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) from Halifax to Vancouver headed off that move and established Canada's territory, as the USA was forced to stop sending settlers and abandoned any spur lines they'd been building up towards/into Canada. Back in those days, the war of 1812 was still a fairly recent memory, and the American war cry of 54-40 or fight was still a part of current events. Canadians were very much concerned about America taking away parts of our country. The best way to head that off without forcing them into a major international war, would be to simply populate the border with Canadians and economic activity. That's the real, historical reason for most Canadians to live near the Canada-USA border.
MAKES ALOT OF SENSE IM FROM SAN DIEGO BUT I ALWAYS WANTED TO LEARN ABOUT CANADIAN HISTORY
Because most of Canada is cold and most of our land is not easily habitable. A lot of the land is icy sheets of land or big, rocky mountains covered with thick forests. Anything south of this line is good farmland and easy to build upon. No wonder our population is 1/10 of the USA
Seebeck & Peltier technology be utilise in the Canadian Shield area right?
That awkward moment when your an American living north of the majority of Canadians
You spelled Ottawa wrong. You spelled "Ottowa", it's actually "Ottawa"
im from ottawa and u spelt that shit wrong lmao, ottowa lmao
Long story short : cold and boring anywhere else