So, here is my final list of completely useless information about Canada:
Canada has more automobiles, per person, than any other country, with at least one automobile for every two people.
Canada has the highest tertiary education (post-secondary, college, university) enrolment in the world.
Contrary to popular opinion, Canada does not own the North Pole. In fact, the North Pole is not owned by any country. It is believed, however, that Santa Claus is from Canada.
Canada has the fourth lowest population density in the world and yet it has the ninth biggest economy, is the world’s eighth biggest trader, and one of the wealthiest countries.
Canada has more than 30,000 lakes -- more than all of the rest of the world combined.
According to the United Nations Human Development Index, Canada has the highest quality of life in the world.
The 120-year-old Hospital for Sick Children located in Toronto is one of the world's largest pediatric research institutes.
Some of the things Americans love most were in fact created by Canadians -- including Superman, basketball, and Ginger Ale. Even more inventions that are used by many Americans were invented by Canadians -- including the walker -- used by the elderly or injured -- heart pacemakers, the common garbage bag, and the electric lightbulb (even though most people think it was invented by Thomas Edison), television, walkie-talkies and the telephone.
Canadians invented instant mashed potatoes (sorry...), kerosene, paint rollers, snow blowers, snowmobiles, the wireless radio, the electron microscope, Trivial Pursuit, Pictionary, the IMAX film system, the electric stove, the baseball glove and the zipper. (Yes, the zipper...).
A few other things invented by Canadians are, in no particular order, JAVA software programming language, lawn sprinklers, plexiglass, and the Jolly Jumper (you all know what that is...).
Okay, folks, that's it for everything you have