The hashtag was started by a Canadian online news satire site The Beaverton to celebrate the release of their new book. It was a top-trending topic in Canada last night.
— The Beaverton (@TheBeaverton) November 13, 2017
Canadians were invited to use the hashtag and we totally did! It’s pretty awesome that we can make fun of ourselves.
Check out some of the top tweets here:
One hundred years ago today Canada decided "eh" would be the sound the question mark makes. #fakehistoryfromcanada
— Deaglan O'Hara (@DeaglanOHara) November 14, 2017
Every year since 1983, Canada has been moving the border farther into Alaska by 1 meter hoping America won't notice. so far, they have not #fakehistoryfromCanada
— Lil Dano from the 905 (@DanielMac104) November 14, 2017
A group of Canadians is called an "apology" #fakehistoryfromcanada
— Andrew Roesch (@AndrewRoesch69) November 14, 2017
The NFL cancelled its Canadian expansion plans in 1973 when all 7 proposed cities demanded their team names would have to be Roughriders #fakehistoryfromcanada
— JKRamon (@jkramon1313) November 14, 2017
— miss brittɑny mɑrie (@MissBeeMartin) November 14, 2017
#fakehistoryfromcanada Newfoundland was bought and paid for with Canadian Tire money
— Monkey74 (@Mnky74) November 14, 2017
#FakeHistoryFromCanada Neil Young wrote the national anthem, but they had to cut out the ten minute guitar solo.
— BrickmanWon'tBack⬇️ (@mikefdupjourney) November 14, 2017
Mounties only ride horses in ceremonial settings. When on active duty, they ride moose, which are larger and stronger and better able to chase criminals (mostly syrup thieves) across the tundra. #fakehistoryfromcanada
— Sam Jensen (@SamDrawsIGuess) November 13, 2017
Today marks the 200th birthday of Lord Tim Horton, Father of Confederation. Lord Horton invented the great Canadian pastime of Hockey in 1875, and while serving as Prime Minister, won the first ever NHL championship playing for Toronto in 1880. #FakeHistoryFromCanada pic.twitter.com/HMdX5TyGiL
— DoubleThankful (@DoubleThinker84) November 14, 2017
What would you add?