Canadians and Americans share the longest border in the world and are practically geographical siblings. They share many of the same qualities but, like all siblings, have their differences. If Mexico, Canada, and America were triplets, Canada would be the middle child.
Our great nation north of America is often misunderstood. There's some things our siblings just won't ever understand -- things that will undoubtedly make them say, "What."
Canadians pour melted maple syrup on snow, scoop it up with a popsicle stick and eat it.
It's called tire d'érable and, yeah, it's pretty good honestly.
It is time to stop and smell the flowers. Did you know there is a path you can follow to the best gardens in Ottawa?
The Garden Promenade is a walking route that will take you to over 75 gardens in the National Capital. There is a handy map, and walking routes you can follow will lead you to the most spectacular blooms in your neighbourhood.
Here are some of the top spots you won't want to miss:
Address: 380 Sussex Dr., Ottawa, ON
Why You Need To Go: Outside of the National Gallery of Canada, you can find a sunken garden with flowering crab-apple trees.