It's always a good time to catch up on some CanCon.
While Canada Day may be the best (and the most appropriate) day to watch TV and movies from the Great White North, there's no harm in viewing what Canada has to offer at any time.
Netflix Canada has a showcase of Canadian-made, Canadian-produced and Canadian-acted TV and movies to choose from -- and don't worry, we've done all the legwork for you in our handy-dandy collection below.
'Degrassi Junior High'
What could be more Canadian than "Degrassi Junior High," the original teen drama drama?
Things got even more serious when the kids graduated to high school -- nothing's off the table with this bunch!
In Canada, time travel is called "Being Erica."
The story might take place in New York City, but between legendary Canadian director Ivan Reitman, Rick Moranis and Ottawa’s own Dan Aykroyd, "Ghostbusters" deserves dual-citizenship.
Rising Canadian star Landon Liboiron isn't the only Canadian element to "Hemlock Grove": the show was also filmed in and around Toronto, Oshawa and Hamilton.
'How I Met Your Mother'
One of the funniest sitcoms on TV features Canadian actress Cobie Smulders playing Canadian ex-teen pop star Robin "Sparkles" Scherbatsky. When you're done watching, let's go to the mall!
'Trailer Park Boys'
Canadian to the core.
The story of three Canadian rockers who've influenced everyone from Metallica to Slayer.
Joshua Jackson and a road trip from Toronto to Vancouver Island: the recipe for a perfect Canadian movie.
Any movie starring Ryan Gosling should rightfully be called a product of Canada.
Wall Street might have a bull, but in Canada, the Dragons are our symbol of hard work, tough love and entrepreneurial innovation.
Welcome to the heart of the Alberta Rockies, the True North, strong and free!
'Russell Peters: The Green Card Tour'
Canadian multicultural comedy stylings from the world’s most multicultural country!