Many Americans consider our neighbors to the north as the 51st state.
If you wanted to sneak out of the country for a short trip, you’re options are limited down south because it can be dangerous. But up north, Canada is about as safe as you can get.
So here’s my quick guide to three of Canada’s finest cities.
Things have become a bit tense between the United States and Canada recently.
At the G-7 Summit, Trump called out Justin Trudeau over unfair trade deals, which allegedly forced the Canadian Prime Minister and the rest of our allies to become angry and retaliate.
But, particularly, Trump was out to pick a fight with Trudeau. And nowhere was that more obvious than when our President hilariously accused Canada of trying to burn down the White House in the War of 1812.
Speaking on the unfair tariffs in the North American Free Trade Agreement and how it could be a national security issue, Trump quipped to Trudeau, “Didn’t you guys burn down the White House?”
“Madness!” liberals in the mainstream media screamed. “How dare Trump insult our friendly neighbors to the north?!”
It was a joke. Calm down. We don’t have to say “sorry”—especially when it’s not warranted.
But none of this should deter you from visiting Canada’s three most spectacular cities.