CanCon Unbeknownst to Rest of World


Well, at least we’ve saved the planet from Luba Goy

Today’s National Post—a newspaper that nobody even in Canada reads—has some telling statistics about Canadian culture as perceived by the rest of the world:

When asked the cultural products and services most often associated with Canada, the top six responses were: sports (22.2%), films (18.2%), museums (17.1%), pop videos (16.3%), classical sculpture (8.7%) and the circus (6.5%).

It’s too bad that such bad news was included in an otherwise positive report on our Great White North being the third most popular destination for international tourists. I guess they really do come for the maple syrup, eh?

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By Andrew

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