Facts About Canada That You Might Be Shocked to Know
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Cool Facts About Canada
The highest temperature recorded was, 45 °C (113 °F), at both Midale and Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan on July 5, 1937.
The lowest temperature recorded is, -63 °C (minus 81 °F), at Snag, Yukon Territory on February 3, 1947.
Vancouver has the lowest obesity rate with 11.70% and Toronto the second lowest with 15.60%
Manitoulin Island, in Lake Huron, is the world’s largest island surrounded by freshwater.
Mount Logan, Yukon is the highest mountain in Canada, which is 5,959 metres (19,551 ft) high and is growing few millimeters every year due to volcanic activity.
Detached, standalones houses are most common type of property followed by apartment.
8.6% of Canadians suffer from Asthma.
Canada has the fifth highest rate of adult asthma in the world.
The most populous province is Ontario with 13 million people, followed by Quebec.
Dr. James Naismith has invented basketball, he is a Canadian.