Canadian North Stereotypes

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The True North, Strong and Free Although the Canadian North is commonly exaggerated by many non-First nations, its bizarre stereotypes can be somewhat understood. Canadians who live in the North often come to understand or realize where these stereotypes are coming from. The Northern parts of Canada such as Yukon, Nunavut and the Northwest territories can be cold places and to say otherwise would be a lie. Picturing Northern Canada as just a vast region of white snow with igloos, sleds, maple syrup and lots of beer is an understandable mistake. Although these stereotypes have turned into a slightly comical habit for non-first nations, some of these misconceptions can come off as ignorant. Many non-First nations are making these assumptions

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