1. CHL (Canadian Hockey League) (which is actually the WHL, OHL, and QCHL as the CHL isn’t a league rather an umbrella organisation representing the 3 major junior hockey leagues in Canada, but close enough0
If you’re from North America, chances are you’ve been in a J-Body once in your life. Here, we know it as the Chevy Cavalier and Pontiac SunbirdfireJ2000. But it went by many other names.
Technically the (rather nice looking) Palisade’s earliest ancestor. For the person who wants a Pajeromonteroshogun but will only ever buy a car from a Korean company.
Potential for spoilers ahead
Because Dodge wasn’t established in the Chinese market yet, FCA (then known as simply Chrysler) brought the Dodge Dart to China under the Fiat brand as the Viaggio in 2012. Quite an attractive car, and I think the Dart was a rather underrated, albeit not particularly outstanding, compact car.
First picture of a dog on Google Images that I could find for buffer.
2000-present: the bus or the passenger seat of cars owned by not me
Because why the hell not.
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, which also means that Poland has existed for one hundred years (in it’s current iteration, at least). Have some Polish things;
Monster was the best R.E.M. album released in the 1990s. In fact, it’s their best out of all their albums after they left IRS Records. Change my mind.
WHY AM I SO HIGH UP
Well worry no more! Because the Prevost H5-60 exists.
We start, rather weirdly, not with a car ever sold in Canada, but the venerable Australian-market Ford Falcon. This car is of interest, because it was designed and built by Ford’s Australian division. And Ford’s Australian division was actually originally Canadian.
Or, at least in the Eastern and eastwards timezones.
It’s not the Dacia Sandero, but it is the ARO 4x4! If a Niva, or even an UAZ are too mainstream and Russian for you, you had another Eastern Bloc offroading option. Although, it was actually still Russian underneath, based off the absolutely ancient GAZ-69, pictured below;
THIS ISN’T A CAR
For whatever reason, cream soda is pink in Canada. Which really makes no sense if you think about it, as it’s vanilla flavoured, and vanilla isn’t pink. On top of that, this isn’t actually even true for all of Canada, as like places like the USA and the UK, in Quebec and Newfoundland it’s clear;