7 Things America Has That Canada Doesn’t

Major League Baseball: The United States has a robust Major League Baseball (MLB) system with numerous teams and a rich baseball culture that Canada lacks. 

Presidential System: The U.S. operates under a presidential system, while Canada follows a parliamentary democracy with a Prime Minister as the head of government. 

NFL and Super Bowl: America's National Football League (NFL) and the iconic Super Bowl event are major cultural phenomena not found in Canada. 

Independence Day: The U.S. celebrates Independence Day on July 4th, commemorating the Declaration of Independence in 1776, which is not a holiday in Canada. 

State-Level Jurisdictions: The U.S. has a state-based legal system with varying laws and regulations, while Canada follows a federal system that applies across the entire country. 

Monetary System: The U.S. has its own currency, the United States Dollar (USD), while Canada uses the Canadian Dollar (CAD) as its official currency. 

Different Official Languages: While English and French are the official languages of Canada, the U.S. only recognizes English as its official language, with no federal recognition of any other language. 

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