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Canada is like a loft apartment over a really great party.
Geography has made us neighbors. History has made us friends. Economics has made us partners. And necessity has made us allies. Those whom nature hath so joined together, let no man put asunder.
When I stand on a street in a Canadian city and look across the street it couldn't be anywhere but Canada but how can I prove it?
There was a small boy of Quebec Who was buried in snow to the neck: When they said 'Are you friz?' He replied 'Yes I is - But we don't call this cold in Quebec!'
The mighty voice of Canada will ever call to me.
I'm an old-fashioned guy. I believe in the Enlightenment, and reason, and logic, and you know, facts.
The twentieth century belongs to Canada.
The Canadian dialect of English . . . seems roughly to be the result of applying British syntax to an American vocabulary.
The habitant is the true Canadian for he has no other country.
The immigrant who comes to Canada really sees the country much more as a whole. He doesn't know the nuances which are so important and so dearly beloved by the Torontonian or the Montrealer.
Canada is the place where maple syrup is its own food group.
Give us men to match our mountains Give us men to match our plains: Men with empires in their purpose And new eras in their brains.
Strange, how in all those apocalyptic movies, when their society breaks down into lawlessness and anarchy, Canada is always the haven of safety, the place people want to escape to.
Ottawa is a city where nobody lives though some of us may die there.
Canada was settled in the main by people with a lower middle-class outlook and a respect rather than an affectionate familiarity for the things of the mind.
The trouble with this whole country is that it's divided up into little puddles with big fish in each one of them.
Historically a Canadian is an American who rejects the Revolution.
belongs anywhere even the Rocky Mountains are still moving.
Let us be French as the Americans are English.
Confederation is only yet in the gristle and it will require five years more before it hardens into bone.
You are a big country now but you still tend to feel small and fragile. If the United States gets a cold you get pneumonia.
Both my parents are Italian. My mom was born and raised in Italy. My dad was born in Canada, but then they moved to Italy.
You can be a French Canadian or an English Canadian but not a Canadian. We know how to live without an identity and this is one of our marvellous resources.
Not necessarily conscription but conscription if necessary.
Whenever the Germans found the Canadian Corps coming into the line they prepared for the worst.
Canadian nationalism was systematically encouraged and exploited by American capital. Canada moved from colony to nation to colony.
Ours is a sovereign nation Bows to no foreign will But whenever they cough in Washington They spit on Parliament Hill.
I know that Nature designs that this whole continent not merely these thirty-six states shall be sooner or later within the magic circle of the American union.
The story of Canada is that if one meeting fails you have another meeting.
You ever want to negotiate a hostage situation in Quebec, I'm your man. Send me in for a little parley and the francophone miscreants will flee, hands over bleeding ears.
I'm intrigued by how ordinary behavior exists so close beside its opposite.
My great hope would be that Quebec would realize itself fully as a distinct part of Canada, and stay Canadian, bringing to Canada a part of its richness.
You're actually each other's wingman. You never leave your partner vulnerable." - Graham Warner, husband of fun-loving seven-time cancer survivor Dionne Warner
I had spindly little ankles, and growing up in Canada, I couldn't skate. I was no good at any sports so was very much a pariah through those adolescent years.
In the United States I have always believed that there was a big difference between Conservative and stupid. Boy is it getting harder to prove that one by the minute.
What part of Canada are you from, honey?""THE LEFT PART, " said Jay.
I'm a Canadian. Outside Canada I carry the flag. Canadian nationalism isn't as insidious as American nationalism, though. It's good natured. It's all about maple syrup, not war.
In the U.S. and Canada, 50% of the young leadership of all the organizations like AIPAC and Hillel are Birthright alumni.
We build this country ourselves every day and we have to be, in the most positive sense, totally unreal.
The ramifications of workplace violence can have a lingering effect on the organization for generations.
I've been to Canada, and I've always gotten the impression that I could take the country over in about two days.
In a time like this, let us trust in God even more. To trust when life is easy is no trust.
We don't come to Canada for our health. We can think of other ways of enjoying ourselves.
The cool thing about being famous is traveling. I have always wanted to travel across seas, like to Canada and stuff.
The zombies were like Canadians, in that they looked enough like real people at first, to fool you.
The lonely, wistful revisionism of memories is as gratingly repetitive as snow and ice in Canada. I avoid them both at all costs - memories and Canada.
Every Canadian has a complicated relationship with the United States, whereas Americans think of Canada as the place where the weather comes from.
I'm from Canada, and New Zealand feels like you took all the best bits of Canada and squished them onto a tiny island like Hawaii. I was absolutely blown away by the beauty of the South Island.
Real Canada is where people wear sweaters for survival, not style.
How is it that everyone on this train has so much alcohol?""We always head to Canada at the beginning of the season, " she says taking her seat again. "Their laws are much more civilized. Cheers.