I'm waiting for college ball to start.
The differences between life in the US and life in Canada are the subject of endless debate, but the one thing that stood out to me when I moved to the US almost 20 years ago was...
Most universities in Canada have sports facilities -- football fields and hockey rinks at least -- and teams to play in them. Same as in the US, right? But when the football team from whatever Canadian university plays, the stands (such as they are) will be occupied by a few parents and a few friends of the players, whereas in the US the stands (often megamillion dollar affairs) will be filled with 50 or 60 or 70 thousand rabid fans.
Oh, right, there is one other major difference, although this has begun to change: When a US citizen wants to boil water, s/he fills a pot or a kettle, puts it on the stovetop, and turns on the burner. When a Canadian wants to boil water, s/he fills the kettle and turns it on.