Let me address your extreme ignorance with a list, Russo-Fascist clown:What has Canada ever done?
Computing and Animation
Key frame animation was co-invented by Nestor Burtnyk and Marcelli Wein at the NRC in the 1970s.
Multi-Dynamic Image Technique was invented by Christopher Chapman in 1967.
IMax Movie System was co-invented by Graeme Ferguson, Roman Kroitor, and Robert Kerr in 1968.
The trackball was first built for the DATAR computer (although the concept was first mentioned in a similar UK project)
Food and agriculture
Canola was developed from natural rapeseed by NRC personnel in the (1970s).
Marquis wheat was invented by Charles E. Saunders and tested at the Agassiz experimental farm in British Columbia.(~1900)
McIntosh Red apple was developed by John McIntosh.(1811)
An early form of peanut butter was first patented by Marcellus Gilmore Edson in 1884.
Instant mashed potatoes were invented by Edward Asselbergs in 1962.
Pablum was invented by Canadian doctors Frederick Tisdall, Theodore Drake, and Alan Brown in 1930.
Canada Dry Ginger Ale was invented by John J. McLaughlin in 1907.
Ginger beef was invented by George Wong in Calgary, Alberta in the 1970s.
Yukon Gold potato was invented by Gary .R. Johnston in 1966.
The Walkie-Talkie was invented by Donald L. Hings and Alfred J. Gross for military use.(1942)
Amplitude modulation was invented by Reginald Fessenden in 1906.
Standard time was introduced by Sir Sandford Fleming (1878).
The Cesium Beam atomic clock was developed by National Research Council personnel in the 1960s.
Development of the BlackBerry was led by Mike Lazaridis.
The pager was invented by Alfred J. Gross in 1949.
The 56k modem was invented by Dr. Brent Townshend in 1996.
Brunton compass was patented by David W. Brunton in 1894.
Radio telephony was first demonstrated by Reginald A. Fessenden in 1901. 27.
Fathometer an early form of sonar invented by Reginald A. Fessenden in 1919.
Computerized Braille was invented by Roland Galarneau in 1972.
Hot wire barretter was invented by Reginald A. Fessenden in 1902.