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Canada Facts:

-Canada is the second largest country in the world.

-Pamela Anderson was born in Ladysmith, British Columbia.

-Canada has the world's longest coastline, 202 080 kilometers.

-“Canada is the linchpin of the English-speaking world.” -Sir Winston Churchill

-The Trans-Canada highway is the longest national highway in the world, 7604 kilometers.

-The world's highest tide is in the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia. The mean large tide range is 16.1 meters.

-“I don’t even know what street Canada is on.” – Al Capone

-Canada has ten provinces and three territories.

-Canada has a population of 32 million people.

-Stephen Harper is the Prime Minister of Canada.

-Winnie the Pooh is Canadian.

-Canada’s motto is “From sea to sea.”

-French is spoken by about 6 million people in Canada.

-Canada has the world’s longest coastline, 202 080 kilometers.

-Nearly one-fourth of all the fresh water in the world is in Canada.

-Forests cover almost half of Canada.

-Canada became a country on July 1st, 1867.

-The Canadian flag wasn’t established until 1965.

-Winnipeg, Canada is the Slurpee capital of the world based on per capita consumption.


Welcome to Projectcanada.org!

Recently, the Canadian rights to Projectcanada.org were acquired by AGE. They worked out a deal to bring Projectcanada.org to Superchannel, a Canadian premium cable network. It will start airing on Superchannel on Canada Day, July 1, 2011. What a great fit! Just when we thought the incredible adventure that is Projectcanada.org had wrapped up, this happens. We couldn't possibly more excited! We were very happy with Projectcanada.org's run on the festival circuit, but always thought it deserved to be seen by a wide r audience. So THANK YOU to AGE for making that happen! Interestingly enough, we've also been excited to hear that a number of universities and high schools have integrated Projectcanada.org into their class curriculum. Never in a million years did we think our movie would end up as an actual classroom teaching tool, but we're glad that it has! The three month production phase of Projectcanada.org was completed several years ago. The crew traveled over 17,000 miles in 78 days and shot more than 80 hours of footage. They saw the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, traveled almost to the Arctic Circle, and still made it home with only one hospital visit; If you like the goals of this project and would like to support our efforts, please purchase your own copy of Projectcanada.org!
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