This page contains trivia for "It's Christmas in Canada". Remember, trivia must be factual, provable, and it is always best to cite your source for not-so-obvious trivia. If you would like to dispute a trivia point, please discuss it in the article comments.
Steve The Newfoundlander's accent and being a fisherman is a reference to Newfoundland's culture:
Over half of the population in Newfoundland are of Irish or English descent, which heavily influenced Newfoundland English.
The fishing industry is a major part of Newfoundland's economy.
The only road in Canada that the boys were following was most likely the Trans-Canada Highway. Although Canada does in fact have more than one road, the Trans-Canada Highway is the only road which stretches across all of Canada.
The scene where the boys crash in the plane is shown in the NZ show Bro Town episode "I Still Call Australia Home-oh" when Wong Wong is watching South Park on his cellphone.
The scene where the boys are staring into the window of the toy store, with their noses pressed against it, is a reference to the same scene from "Towelie". The scene itself is a reference to the scene in the film, A Christmas Story, where Ralphie and his pals are also eyeballing the new toys they want for Christmas.
Rick the Mountie is singing along to the French Canada song.
When Scott the Dick tells the boys that they will "rue this day" the door of the building behind them clips in front of a tree.
The boys are shown walking from French Canada to Newfoundland via the only road in Canada. Newfoundland is actually an island separated from the rest of Canada and requires a ferry or airplane to travel between Quebec and Newfoundland.
In the second shot of Cartman wailing, Cartman's gloves somehow disappeared from the floor. This was later fixed in HD versions.
Shot by a laser fired by Saddam Hussein. This is his first death since his "permanent" death in "Kenny Dies" and his resurrection following the final episode of Season 6.