Canada explained: an infographic

Canada is a huge country with distinct regional characteristics. With this fabulous infographic, Canadian graphic artist Kirstin Hallett either trotted out a bunch of tired clichés, or she nailed it — depending on your perspective.

Canada explained: an infographic

(Thanks to Judy Rickatson for posting this on Facebook.)

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I'm a Canadian repatriate, former expat spouse, mother to two TCKs (and one yellow Lab), mentor to new immigrants, writer, reader, world traveller (grounded for now). I write about expat/repat issues and am still trying to figure out my place in the world.
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3 Responses to Canada explained: an infographic

  1. I’ve seen it and love it. Thanks for sharing it here.

  2. debdundas says:

    Love the idea and love the way it looks … but mostly tired clichés, I think. A Canadian wouldn’t find this particularly funny, but someone from outside Canada who didn’t know the country well? Perhaps. A good tongue-in-cheek introduction (isn’t that what clichés are for, after all?) to our most well-known characteristics.

  3. Hilarious! I think we should all start working on ones of our own home nations – can you imagine the intercultural briefing sessions that would ensue?!

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