Here’s Your Province’s Favourite Disney Movie

Fellow Canadian Disnerds, you may have lived your whole life in ignorance but don’t you worry no more – I found a list that tells us what is each province’s favourite Disney movie.

You may not find it very important, but I guarantee you that knowing that another province shares the same obsession with you for one single Disney movie will make you find the perfect place for you to live way easier.

CableTV did some research not only for our American friends but also for us and found all the results for us. How, you may wonder? Well, the website made a list of the twenty-five most popular Disney classic films and used Google Trends data to discover which films our territories and provinces showed the most interest in the past five years.

So, are you ready to find out where you should go move based on this upcoming list? ARE YOU?

Well, let’s go! First off, check the graphic below which represents each province’s favourite Disney flick.

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Provinces

Ontario: Aladdin (1992)

Quebec: Fantasia (1941)

British Columbia: Bambi (1945)

Alberta: The Lion King (1994)

Manitoba: Bambi (1945)

Saskatchewan: The Little Mermaid (1989)

Nova Scotia: Hunchback of Notre-Dame (1996)

New Brunswick: Dumbo (1941)

Newfoundland and Labrador: Robin Hood (1973)

Prince Edward Island: The Little Mermaid (1989)

Territories

Northwest Territories: The Lion King (1994)

Nunavut: Beauty and the Beast (1991)

Yukon: Beauty and the Beast (1991)

WELL THAT’S EXCITING!

According to this list, I should either move to any of the territories or Alberta to find my fellow Beauty and the Beast & The Lion King obsessed Disnerds.

What does your favourite Disney movie says about which province or territory you should move in? Let me know in the comments!

xo, TheModMisfit.

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