Canadian Provinces and Territories Described in 10 Words
Prince Edward Island
Red Sand. Potatoes. Beaches. Anne of Green Gables (enough already!)
Rock. North Atlantic. Fog. Cod. Unemployed. Friendly. Screech. Tunderin’ Jesus!
Next to Maine. Moncton. Bay of Fundy. Drive-thru Province.
Halifax. Lobster. Bluenose. Rain. Cape Breton. Fiddle Music. Rita McNeil.
Poutine. Depaneur. Habs. Labatts 50. Smoked Meat. Montreal. Politics. Tabernac.
Toronto. Non-Toronto. Blackflies. Walleye. Lakes. Cottages. Big. Boring.
Prairies. Winter-peg. Flat. Churchill. Polar Bears. Above North Dakota.
Flat. Yawn. Wheat. Flat. Close to Alberta. Peaked in 1912.
Prairies. Tar Sands. Rockies. Beef. No sales tax. Yee-Haw.
Lotus Land. Hippies. Asians. Mountains. Logging. Spruce-beetles. Ontario refugees.
Bugs. Klondike Tourists. Glaciers. Bugs. North of 60. Arctic cold.
Like Yukon, but bigger, more remote, no glaciers, no tourists.
Same as Northwest Territories. Used to be part of them.