And I mean that in a good way. I keep running across incredible inventions by Canadian woodworkers and it makes me wonder if there's something in the water up there or if maybe they get snowed in and spend all winter in the shop. Whatever it is, I'm impressed. Check out this clever foot-operated clamping device for a commercially manufactured pocket-hole jig and this amazing home-made six-spindle pocket-hole machine – both of which were designed and built by a Canadian cabinet maker.