American Game shows: Have big elaborate sets and large capacity seating.
Canadian Game shows: Are set in a such exotic locales as a supermarket.
American Game Shows: Have big expensive moving lights, and lasers.
Canadian Game shows: Have fluorescent tube lighting.
American Game Shows: Have powerful computer-controlled high-resolution displays and game boards.
Canadian Game Shows: Have monochromatic 8-bit Apple IIe graphics.
American Game Shows: Test your knowlege of world events and people.
Canadian Game Shows: Test how well you can figure out personalized license plates.
American Game Shows: Have big-budget prize packages, and loads of prize money.
Canadian Game Shows: Feature “All you can grab off the supermarket shelf in 30 seconds” style prizes, and/or a free weekend in a hotel in your home town.
American game shows: Feature celebrity guests, such as Whoopee Goldburg, Robin Williams, etc.
Canadian Game Shows: Have that Graham Green guy who plays the native in all of our made-for-tv specials.
Just a bit of pointless stuff I made up. Have any other differences? Lemme have em! Just for fun. Not necessarily accurate.