This 62-part propaganda film offers clues.

In ultra-secretive North Korea, where many people have never laid eyes on South Korea’s Taegukgi flag, Canada is little more than a vague geographical concept, according to defectors from the Asian country. Outside of North Korea’s elite schooling circles, the various impressions are that Canada might be a Slavic-speaking nation in Europe; that it might be sympathetic to the regime; or that its political system mirrors what they view as Pyongyang’s Stalinist utopia.

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