What To Watch On Netflix To Celebrate Canada Day

With only days leading up to Canada’s 151st birthday, what better way to celebrate than to indulge in everything Canadian, eh?

Whether you’re looking for a movie starring a hot Canadian Ryan (a.k.a. Reynolds or Gosling), or you’re looking to spot iconic Canadian landmarks, we have your list of what to watch on Netflix on Canada Day weekend.

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The streaming service is celebrating Canada this long weekend with some of the most Canadian content (not including beavers and lumberjacks).

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Check out the ultimate list of everything red and white, such as Canadians in starring roles, TV shows and movies filmed in our home and native land, plus Canadian-specific content shared on the streaming giant.

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Canadians In Starring Roles:

• Amanda Stephen from Quebec (“Orange is the New Black”)
• Antoni Porowski from Montreal, QC (“Queer Eye”)
• Annie Murphy (Ottawa, ON), Catherine O’Hara (Toronto, ON), Dan Levy (Toronto, ON) Eugene Levy (Hamilton, ON) (“Schitt’s Creek”)
• Ellen Page from Halifax, NS (“Inception”)
• Ellen Wong hailing from Scarborough, ON (“GLOW”)
• Finn Wolfhard from Vancouver, BC (“Stranger Things”)
• Jim Carrey from Newmarket, ON (“Liar Liar”)
• Michael Cera from Brampton, ON (“Superbad”)
• Mike Myers from Scarborough, ON (“Shrek”)
• Neve Campbell (“House of Cards”)
• Russell Peters from Toronto, ON (“Almost Famous” and “Notorious”)
• Ryan Reynolds from Vancouver, BC (“Just Friends”, “Definitely Maybe”, “The Change-Up” and “The Hitman’s Bodyguard”)
• Ryan Gosling from London, ON (“The Nice Guys”, “Drive”, “The Notebook”)
• Sandra Oh from Ottawa, ON (“Grey’s Anatomy”)
• Seth Rogen from Vancouver, BC (“Hilarity for Charity”)

Photo: Netflix
Photo: Netflix

Filmed In Canada:

• “Lost in Space” (Vancouver, BC)
• “Riverdale” (Vancouver, BC)
• “Suits” (Toronto, ON)
• “Travelers” (Vancouver, BC)
• Coming Soon: “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” (Vancouver, BC)
• Coming Soon: “The Umbrella Academy” (Toronto, ON)

Photo: Art Streiber/The CW — © 2017 The CW Network. All Rights Reserved
Photo: Art Streiber/The CW — © 2017 The CW Network. All Rights Reserved

Canadian Content:

• “Alias Grace”
• “Anne with an E”
• “Baroness Von Sketch Show” – Seasons 1 and 2
• “Degrassi: Next Class” – Seasons 1 to 3
• “Goon”
• “Heartland” – Seasons 1 to 10
• “Kim’s Convenience” – Seasons 1 and 2
• “Mr.D” – Seasons 1 to 7
• “Schitt’s Creek” – Seasons 1 to 3
• “The F Word”

Photo: CBC
Photo: CBC

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Additionally, the company High Speed Internet couldn’t help but compile the ultimate country by country list of favourite shows or movies to binge watch on Netflix using Google Trends.

It looks like Canadians were loving “Disjointed”, a story of the highs, the lows, and half-baked drama of a family-run marijuana dispensary starring Kathy Bates. Canada recently became the second country to legalize recreational marijuana nationwide.

Check out what other countries from around the world were caught binge watching.

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Stars Filming In Canada This Summer


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