Did you know that Canada and Denmark have sort of been at war for the last 70 or 80 years over an island up in the far north?
(Not really a shooting war kids, but a war of words none the less.)
The territory in question is called Hans Island in the Arctic North. It’s a barren small island consisting completely of rock and has a population of none.
It also happens to be within 12 miles from both the Danish and Canadian sea borders so both have a claim to it under international rules.