oh-Canada

Little Canada Things! :)

- the systemic oppression/abuse/harassment/murder of First Nations people by the government/cops, especially FN women, all while sweeping the residential school narrative under the rug

- the rampant epidemic of sexual misconduct in the Canadian military against female soldiers, ranging from harassment to assault

- the increasing monitoring of our activities online and the threat of revoking citizenship in the name of “fighting terrorism” 

- the current government’s extreme disregard of environmental conservation 

- the current government’s extreme silencing of Canadian scientists, removing them from both sharing findings with the public and participating in the international scientific community

- the passive and apathetic attitude Canadians can take towards their own politics

The list goes on….

ok, as a Canadian sometimes i feel like its my duty to remind people JUST HOW BIG MOOSE ARE BECAUSE THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY MASSIVE YOU DONT UNDERSTAND 

DO YOU UNDERSTAND

HOW FREAKING HUGE THEY ARE? YOU HIT A MOOSE WITH YOUR CAR AND YOUR CAR IS THE THING THAT BREAKS. 

THEY ARE BIGGER THEN ELK AND PRE MUCH ANY OTHER ANIMAL IN CANADA LIKE LOOK AT THAT LOOK AT THE ELK AND THEN THE MOOSE DO YOU UNDERSTAND 

this has been a Canadian psa. images used were pulled from a quick google search  

We had a provincial election yesterday and after about 40 years of being dominated by one political party, a different political party won a majority. Then I woke up to this and just want to make “hell freezing over” jokes.

A bear has surprised utility workers in Canada by taking a snooze on an electricity pole. A resident of Shellbrook, a rural community in the Saskatchewan province, alerted the local power company, and a crew was quickly despatched. “By the time our crew got on site, the bear was already on top of the pole,” spokesman Tyler Hopson from the SaskPower utility tells Canadian Metro newspaper. “He was awake initially, and got fairly comfortable it seems and decided to have a bit of a nap.”

(via BBC News - Canada: Bear takes power nap on electricity pole)