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What is the world view on canadians?
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Tankfantry wrote:

They're nice and keep to themselves. Their maple syrup is decent, V.B.C. is a great town and the way the talk makes me laugh sometimes. Oh and those people LOVE HOCKEY!


And don't you forget it.

We think it's OUR game.


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I love Canadians.
All of the ones I've met are so nice.
And cute.
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I like the Canadians and all the efforts there making in the energy front. There health care I could do with out but it looks like we have it now. As for hockey you got to be nut's to play an it fun to watch.
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Well we are on or way to communistic medicine we will catch up soon. Hi there long time no hear from.
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tarakelly wrote:

Well we are on or way to communistic medicine we will catch up soon. Hi there long time no hear from.


Sure you are. Everything left of Pat Buchanan is 'Communist' to many Americans. I've been around glad you're doing fine.


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I don't know, I have always had a particular fondness for the Quebecois.
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Like Homer Simpson said in so many words Canada is the do good girlish brother of The United States
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I don't know, I have always had a particular fondness for the Quebecois.


Quebec is a cool and distinct province.

Actually most provinces have something that makes them unique. Part of the reason why federal politics can be so fractious. with particular parties associated with the attitudes of particular regions.


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I always thought Canadians heads were split in two when they talked... damn south park lol jk
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They are super friendly, polite, and funny.
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I'm personally new to posting but this forum really wanted me to speak from a Canadian perspective (since I live in Canada haha) I have to say that a majority of Canadians may be similar to Japanese people (in terms of politeness that kinda thing) I also honestly have to say I've never read before about anything majority bad about Canada either.

In comparison to Americans I can't say that Canadians are better in anyway since I haven't personally been down to the U.S but events such as the Connecticut or the Dark Knight shooting (if anyone has heard of it) I gotta say that I'm thankful that Canada is under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms since never hear much about big gun violence or anything of the sort

Also with the bagged milk thing... I've also never heard of it before but if everyone who lives in Canada say it exists then it must haha
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bmoreravens25 wrote:

Like Homer Simpson said in so many words Canada is the do good girlish brother of The United States


Canada is Flanders to the US's Homer. .. perhaps. one way to look at it anyway.

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papagolfwhiskey wrote:


longfenglim wrote:

I don't know, I have always had a particular fondness for the Quebecois.


Quebec is a cool and distinct province.

Actually most provinces have something that makes them unique. Part of the reason why federal politics can be so fractious. with particular parties associated with the attitudes of particular regions.




I'm not quite sure how the government works in Canada, but isn't party discipline much stronger than in the United States?
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1. It's ham, not bacon
2. Point number 2, eh
3. Justin Beiber -_-
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I have lived in Canada my whole life, and I didn't know we drank milk out of bags.
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