In South Park: The Stick of Truth, the New Kid can visit Canada when he obtains his passport through Cartman. Prior to getting the passport, the Canadian Guard will not permit the New Kid to pass through the border.
In South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Canada is mentioned but cannot be visited, as there is a wall preventing the New Kid from entering, with an unknown-named Canadian sitting on top of it and teasing any American attempting to cross the border.
Canada is depicted as an 16-bit RPG world with four towns. There are also many Dire animals walking around. They're like animals, only dire. On the top is a snowy mountain. An 8-bit version of O Canada plays as background music.
In battle, Canada is composed of regular shapes quite similar to Canada in the show.
- In one house in Ottawa, there are some stairs. If the player goes up the stairs and finds a canadian couple having sex, he cannot return once he has been kicked out.
- After the player completes everything in Canada, the O-Canada song is replaced with an 8-bit version of "Blame Canada".
- In South Park: The Fractured But Whole, if you stay in front of the wall long enough, the Canadian will say "Look guy, maybe we’ll do a DLC or something, alright? But for now, fuck off!". This could hint that there might be a DLC in the future that will allow the player to explore Canada. It has not yet happened and since since Bring the Crunch is the final DLC, Ubisoft clearly has no plans to make another DLC anytime soon after this.