Ever since we started learning about the world in our geography class, we tend to assume that certain countries, regions, etc. are further away from our home than we realize. Well, it turns out one person found that not only is Southern Canada technically further south than America's Northwestern Capital Seattle, but also that a majority of Canada's population lives there.
The second fact is probably no surprise because who wants to live in a frozen tundra (besides Eskimos, bears, and arctic wolves) where you can barely go outside without several feet of snow outside your door.
So Canadians aren't truly the "Northerners" of North America like we thought, as Seattle (and of course Alaska) definitely have them beat!
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