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If you list yourself here, please also list yourself on the complete alphabetical listing.

The following Wikipedians are Canadians and admit it, and that's darned respectable:

And please! No complaining about how we're not Americans, how Americans know nothing of our country and its culture, and whatever you do, don't trade dumb American tourist stories!

Let's face it folks. We watch American TV and movies, eat American fast food, all of our hockey teams are moving to the States, and we have no military worth mentioning. It's only a matter of time before we're the 51st state...

See also: Canada/self-image

Pish-tosh about the 51st state. Though I should point out that we've no hard feelings about that whole Revolution thing and the 13 colonies are free to come back any time they like (with a few changes, of course) -- Paul Drye

I think a clarification is in order. It's not the admitting that's respectable, but the nationality itself.

I don't think any clarification is necessary. Ambiguity suits us. --Stephen Gilbert
  • Imagine how things would have gone in the electoral college if they had had about 50 more votes to count. Canadians would have saved them from four more years of bush league politics. Eclecticology

Too late. We are allready the 51st state. - Asa
True story - Someone once asked "what's the difference between Canadians and Americans?" The reply came, "Well they're similar to Americans, except likable."
What is a Canadian but an unarmed American with healthcare?
What is an American but a monolingual, armed Canadian? - montréalais
Hahaha (truly amusing :-). Technically, canadians have more guns/people than americans. And the below paragraph is neat :-) I've lived in both countries ca/us user_talk:hfastedge
Here in Korea we (and the Koreans) have noticed a huge difference between Americans and Canadians. The American is the person in the foreigner distict of Seoul, speaking all English, bartering with U.S. dollars and eating Western food. The Canadian is the one speaking in broken, halting Korean, using chopsticks like an expert while he eats his kimchi, and bowing to elderly Koreans.

I think you Americans have a very good system: you export all your obnoxious citizens. :) --Stephen Gilbert

As Canadian as... contest winner: "As Canadian as possible under the circumstances". Sez it all I think --User:Steverapaport

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