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Do you love Canada?

ShadowDarkraiX 2013/01/29 01:18:29
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  • Shawna 2013/01/29 03:41:47
    YES!
    Shawna
    +8
    Though I am not highly patriotic, and do not believe in blindly supporting my country. It is still one of the best places to live.

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  • scarlet 2013/07/09 23:13:34
    YES!
    scarlet
    Live in Canada and I LOVE IT!
    deadpool canadian im canadian
  • cassidysf 2013/02/09 21:25:05
    YES!
    cassidysf
    It's great, I was just in BC last month. I have family that lives on Vancouver Island.
  • ThirdEcho 2013/02/07 23:01:42
    YES!
    ThirdEcho
    Yes, but I don't like Westerners.
    Quickly trying to get back home to Asia where I belong. :P
  • Sachikø-the-shy-kunøichi 2013/01/31 04:43:38
    YES!
    Sachikø-the-shy-kunøichi
    BELIEBRS know why they LOVE Canada (:
  • Nish 2013/01/31 03:33:54
    YES!
    Nish
    Yes I love Canada :)
  • KATniss 2013/01/31 01:08:14
    YES!
    KATniss
    i don't know.. never been there :p
  • SavingPeopleHuntingThings 2013/01/30 18:14:48
    YES!
    SavingPeopleHuntingThings
    +1
    i don't live in T_T
    but I LOVE CANADA
  • Jenna 2013/01/30 17:11:55
    YES!
    Jenna
    I love Canada because it is a nice country to live in
  • baxter 2013/01/30 14:15:37
    YES!
    baxter
    +1
    Yes its o k but i would don"t like 2 live there
  • Amir 2013/01/30 12:46:23 (edited)
    YES!
    Amir
    +1
    i love Canada more than any place worldwide but unfortunately i don't life there . but i'll move there a.s.a.p
  • koyt 2013/01/30 07:01:35
    YES!
    koyt
    +1
    hhh who doesn't . ?
  • Buttbeard 2013/01/30 03:00:28
    no.
    Buttbeard
    +1
    i wouldn't know,i haven't set port thar yet!
  • Jim 2013/01/30 00:21:02
    YES!
    Jim
    +1
    I would love Canada more if they would begin extricating themselves from the cancerous tentacles of Washington.
    I would move to Canada if PM Harper were dumped and another Pierre Trudeau put in office as PM.
    What Canada really needs to do is dissolve the Governor General's office and finally be independent from the Crown.
  • Donishka 2013/01/29 23:29:36
    YES!
    Donishka
    +2
    Yes i am a proud Canadian and love it here : )
  • Fran-Halen 2013/01/29 22:19:05
  • laydeelapis 2013/01/29 18:55:17
    YES!
    laydeelapis
    +2
    I wasn't born here and I don't consider myself Canadian, per se, but I do love this country. It's one of the best places to live in terms of heath and safety and education. I want to live in many countries but I see myself settling here again :)
  • frank 2013/01/29 18:24:15
    YES!
    frank
    +2
    Yes I do. I have only been to British Columbia and Vancouver Island 4 or 5 times, I have never met a person that wasn't nice or polite.
  • Navin Johnson (The Jerk) 2013/01/29 18:10:59
    YES!
    Navin Johnson (The Jerk)
    +2
    never been there,but it sounds like a good place,too cold though for me
  • Cookielane 2013/01/29 18:06:13 (edited)
    YES!
    Cookielane
    +1
    Always have! Especially Windsor, Ontario!
    windsor  ontario ambassador bridge
  • Dickens 2013/01/29 18:02:44 (edited)
    YES!
    Dickens
    +2
    ..and Vancouver Island in particular...Canada is far more civilized than the U.S.; people there don't have to constantly worry about being shot...
  • ALofRI 2013/01/29 17:45:44
    YES!
    ALofRI
    +2
    I've been to every Province except Yukon and Saskatchewan, most many times. Love it...but not the winters.
  • Jane 2013/01/29 17:04:16
    YES!
    Jane
    +2
    Just went to British Columbia in October. Loved it can't wait to go back.
  • drdos1943 2013/01/29 09:32:07 (edited)
    YES!
    drdos1943
    +2
    Toronto is my favorite city in North America and the CNE cannot be beat. What's more, even though taxes are high, unlike the U.S. government which will bankrupt us, the Canadian government is fiscally responsible....and a very low crime rate.
  • ALofRI drdos1943 2013/01/29 17:56:13
    ALofRI
    +2
    And has Universal health care. The biggest things are, They didn't go into unending or unnecessary wars for years at Billions$ per week, they didn't have Wall Street rip-off artists get away with destroying their economy, they didn't pass an "unpaid for" drug plan, or give their Bil-Mil-ionaires humongous tax breaks...also not paid for.....they didn't do ANY of those things our last President did. Without those things, America would be in great shape also, and I have little doubt we will be....IF those idiots allow us to go back to an "American Government", and stop trying to give us one we never had and do NOT want!

    OH, Canada! Don't let that happen to you!
  • drdos1943 ALofRI 2013/01/29 20:08:29 (edited)
    drdos1943
    +1
    It won't happen in Canada.... unless they get the same mind-set of our politicians... not likely. Unlike us, their politicians still care more about their country than their jobs. Twenty years ago, the Canadian dollar was worth about 30 cents less than our dollar. Now it is worth about 30% more than our dollar. Their GDP is now approaching 7%. Ours is less than 2%. As I said, they are fiscally responsible. We are not; and a financial tsunami is headed our way.
    -----------------------------...
    O Canada! Terre de nos aïeux,
    Ton front est ceint de fleurons glorieux!

    Car ton bras sait porter l'épée,
    Il sait porter la croix!

    Ton histoire est une épopée
    Des plus brillants exploits.

    Et ta valeur, de foi trempée,
    Protégera nos foyers et nos droits.

    Protégera nos foyers et nos droits.
    -----------------------------...
    No, I am not unpatriotic, but our voting booth has become insignificant.
  • Mike drdos1943 2013/01/29 22:55:49
    Mike
    +1
    tres bien ! lol
  • ALofRI drdos1943 2013/01/30 00:18:32
    ALofRI
    +1
    Mine hasn't, but then, I'm not in a state that is being cut up to the advantage of a party that can't win without "making their pieces to FIt the puzzle". That could be the end of democracy, and a great country!
  • drdos1943 ALofRI 2013/01/30 01:22:07
    drdos1943
    +2
    I am a simple person and quite perplexed by what you mean by "making their pieces Fit the puzzle." I really do not ever try to force square pegs into round holes, that is, unless the round holes are big enough or the square pegs are small enough.
  • ALofRI drdos1943 2013/01/30 16:27:23
    ALofRI
    Partitioning states so that the popular vote has no chance and that the centers of a certain political party get to dictate the number of electoral votes, regardless of the popular vote, is gerrymandering, (making THEIR pieces to fit the puzzle), it is also un-American, the destruction of democracy, un-patriotic, and uncalled for. It's NOT putting square pegs in round holes....it's filing corners into those round holes so the square peg will FIT!
  • drdos1943 ALofRI 2013/01/31 00:24:24
    drdos1943
    Agreed.
  • Steve 2013/01/29 09:10:12
    YES!
    Steve
    +2
    Winters are harsh, but the other 3 months are nice.

    But Canadians are good sports about being teased. They're the world's favorite English speakers.
  • kim B. 2013/01/29 08:58:57
    YES!
    kim B.
    +1
    beautiful country i don't have a million dollars so i won't get citizenship but hey i don't want it the healthcare sucks i hear and i am an american!
  • Jlmpatro 2013/01/29 08:57:14
    YES!
    Jlmpatro
    +1
    Sympathize with Canada !
  • Mike Jlmpatro 2013/01/29 22:56:44
    Mike
    +1
    Ha muitos immigrantes portugueses no canada!
  • Jlmpatro Mike 2013/01/30 03:24:55
    Jlmpatro
    +1
    Não se sabe ao certo o número, mas são centenas de milhar os portugueses, principalmente dos Açores que partiram para o Canadá. A todos se deseja um presente e futuro risonho !
  • Mike Jlmpatro 2013/01/30 03:33:29
    Mike
    +1
    e muitos deles sao nas communidades portuguesas em Montreal ou em Toronto.
  • Jlmpatro Mike 2013/01/30 08:27:00
    Jlmpatro
    +1
    Atualmente estão a emigrar muitos portugueses devido ao agudizar da crise essencialmente para Angola, Brasil, Reino Unido e Suiça. Esperamos por melhores dias. Boa sorte para si e os seus !
  • zero resistance 2013/01/29 07:45:11
    YES!
    zero resistance
    +6
    From the true north strong and free, standing on guard for Canada.

  • Jay Theyme 2013/01/29 07:27:13 (edited)
  • La 2013/01/29 07:23:57
    no.
    La
    +1
    I haven't been there but from what I understand, it's bloody cold and it's full of people with either Canadian or French accents. I don't realllly like either of those accents.

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