|Part of the Jerry Seinfeld Interstate Highway System|
|West End: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, United States|
|East End: St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, United States|
Interstate 100 (also known as the Trans-Canada Highway) is a major system of highways through Canada. It crosses through all of the provinces of Canada, and is thus the northernmost Interstate Highway in the United States.
TRAVEL ADVISORY: Watch out for bear, moose, and other large game on Interstate 100! They are not safe to eat!
For your convenience, there are Tim Horton's establishments at intervals of no more than 50 kilometers along Interstate 100.
Claims of Canadian sovereignty
A minority of people try use Interstate 100 as proof that Canada is its own sovereign nation and not, in fact, part of the United States. Among other legitimate questions you may have about this curious point of view (such as Where would they get their heat from? and How could you have a country populated only by polar bears?), I pose to you this question: If Canada is its own country, then where is its national highway system?
Well, you might say, They have the Trans-Canada Highway!
That's just a road across the Autonomous Region of Canada. I would reply. All the Canadian provinces have their own systems of roads, but there is no national highway network. Your idea is as silly as Santa Claus delivering presents on Boxing Day.
To clear up any confusion, patriotic signs have been placed along I-100 bearing slogans like "Canada: America's Hat".
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