Last week I wrote about the Abilympics (a skills competition for disabled people). It took place in Seoul, South Korea, and quite a few countries took part in the event.
The organizers found it useful to present more information about the culture of the participating countries. One of the exhibits showed the national costumes of each country. What you see above is supposed to be the Canadian national costume.
Obviously, according to understanding of the South Korean organizers or the Canadian delegation, it is common in Canada to wear hockey jerseys and Nova Scotian fisherman’s outfits. In both cases, wearing pants appears to be optional.
Unlike Canada, in other countries, like Ecuador, they like to wear more complicated outfits: