But this could actually work. It may sound crazy, but as Ken points out, Scotland is closer to Canada than America is to Hawaii, and that in today's day and age, geographical proximity isn't necessary for two countries to be united.
Ken believes that Scotland would have more independence if it joined Canada, seeing as how it would automatically become the 3rd largest province, with 5.3 million people. Also, they would be able to maintain control of their courts, education, health care and immigration policies.
We already have a little bit of Europe in Canada, thanks to Montreal. Now it's time to put a little bit of Canada into Europe.
And considering the amount of Canadians who have Scottish heritage, I'm sure they would fit right in. With a little bit of luck, they might just give us discounts on Scotch, which makes this deal worth it alone.
Montreal's iconic Greenspot restaurant is selling hot dogs for $0.74 this weekend, September 18 and 19, to celebrate its 74th anniversary.
On Facebook, the Saint-Henri institution says it's converting its small parking lot on avenue Greene into a picnic area for the event.
And the wiener fun doesn't stop there. Greenspot is having a contest on its Instagram page where followers have the chance to win 74 hot dogs — a prize they can redeem at their discretion.
The restaurant invites followers to share the Instagram post and tag three friends to enter the contest.
Daily two-for-one deals have also been part of the 74th-anniversary celebrations.
Dating back to 1947, Greenspot serves American and Quebec diner classics (including a long list of hearty poutines) amid retro decor (including individual table jukeboxes — they don't work but they're super charming!).
Get the details on the 74th-anniversary hot dog deal below.
Greenspot Diner 74¢ Hot Dogs
When: September 18 and 19, 2021
Where: Greenspot restaurant, 3041, rue Notre-Dame O, Montreal, QC