Stuff covered in lemon juice. They just pour it on straight from the bottle. I've seen it.
They also eat ketchup chips and maple walnut ice cream.
I was born and raised in Canada and I don't pour lemon juice on everything I eat. About lemon juice I think we are not different than any other country!!
But these are foods we eat/drink A LOT in Canada:
According to statistics, Canadians consume more Donuts than any other Country. Stereotypically, Canadians are associated with Maple Syrup.
According to statistics, Canadians consume more donuts than any other country. Stereotypically, Canadians are associated with maple syrup and poutine.
A lot of Canadians speak French.
== == * Canadians have a mixture of religious and other beliefs that are just as diverse as those in other countries. Some believe that Canadians are more liberal than Americans, but other than that obvious generalization, there are no "standard" beliefs that all Canadians share.
Because it was invented in Canada and per capita more Canadians play the game and follow it than in any other country.
canadian have more frozen foods than any other people
As a Canuck, I am very proud to tell you that per capita more Canadians smoke marijuana than any other country in the world. More even than the Netherlands. In fact, over 80% of adult Canadians report that they have smoked marijuana at some point in their lives.
Yes, most Canadians do in fact live. -------- Actually no. More Canadians have died than live so most Canadians are dead.
the country's large size and separate cultures
There are many ways. One is military assistance. Per capita, Canada provides more peacekeepers in UN service than any other country.