ALL The Freakin' Time! - I moved from Ukraine to Canada when I was twelve (I'm now 18) I have an 'accent' according to Canadians and they seem fascinated even though Canada is a very multicultural country haha. New people always ask me where I'm from, I say "Ukraine" and then the...
waterlillies83 3 Responses 1 Oct 8
Eh? - I am 100% canadian! Born and raised here! :D And I am very proud!
Canadianchick94 34 Responses 29 Oct 8
Thanksgiving - Thanksgiving (for Canada) is this weekend and I can't be more excited! It is hands down my favourite holiday because my family all gets together :) It's better than Christmas because there is no stress about gifts and better than birthdays because everyone can...
whocares16 1 Response 1 Oct 10
I Live In BC. - And I grew up in Canada. I don't remember traveling outside of Canada. I've traveled from British Columbia to Ontario so far. None of the territories yet.
SofiaGrowsFlowers 5 Responses 1 Nov 2
I Love It!!! - I absolutely love being Canadian!!! Everywhere I go ( internationally ) I am respected. As a kid I wanted to become American because I thought they where cool. As I got older, I realized how bad it really was down there. For the gay community, they're nowhere near...
Kaskyla 5 Responses 4 Jul 18
I Am Canadian - And I lOVE IT. From the Rock everyone. Anyone else in NL? <3
Alkiegu 0 Aug 5
Big Day :) - Heeey all you Canadians!! Where are all my football fans at!? Grey cup time! Hamilton or roughriders?? Comment your team:)
canadiangirlehh 9 Responses 1 Nov 24
Am I The Only One From Nova Scotia? - There have got to be more of you out there. I myself have told many about this wonderful site. Canada is a great place to live and if you are from the east coast or anywhere else in Canada then you understand we all have common ground and...
Novascotiajim 4 Responses 0 Aug 29
Tattoo! - For my second tattoo I got a small canadian maple leaf on my right foot (: So happy with it! What do you have/do to show that you are Canadian? (if you do)
MamatoBabyDallas 1 Response 1 Sep 21
Canadian, Eh? - When I lived overseas, I remember people asking me on a daily basis, 'where are you from?'. I always proudly answered 'Canada" to which they would ask 'So you live in an igloo and wear parkas?' SERIOUSLY??? I am always astonished at how little people from other...
wickedties 27 Responses 15 Aug 19, 2010
True North Strong And Free - I live in the northern part of the Canadian Shield. At the end of the road, you might say. Its a different life. We make do with less, and learn to fix things ourselves. There is not always a mechanic, nor a doctor or dentist. There is no Tim Horton's...
Northernlite45 3 Responses 4 Nov 13
Canmerica, Not A Chance In The World...Literally - Tuesday on the radio they were talking about merging Canada and USA, one giant Canmerica! I mean no disrespect to anyone, Canadian or American in any way. I cant even believe they would contemplate such a thing. What are the pros...
darkrid3r 1 Response 2 Oct 2
I Am - Born and raised Canadian. I have lived in many cities within her borders, and visited a lot more, and never wish to move elsewhere. I love Canada.
Serenitree 6 Responses 8 Oct 8, 2012
Only For Short Three Year - I moved from Syria three years ago with my parents who wanted to protect me. I love it in canada! I spent one living year in toronto before moving to Vancouver now for two year. I am very happy here! :)
halaawad 5 Responses 4 Jun 14
Proud To Be Canadian? - The world is changing and so are the people around me. I'm a Canadian and proud of my country for all our accomplishments. And so it is my hope Canada will continues to reflect it's core values in all future endeavors. As a Canadian I have taken it upon...
mathewjl 4 May 25, 2012
I Am Canadian - - The Rant That Unites Us All (hehe) - Hey, I'm not a lumberjack, or a Furtrader, and I don't live in an igloo, or eat blubber or own a dogsled. And I don't know Jimmy, Sally or Suzy from Canada, although I'm certain they're really, really nice. I have a prime...
DeepForest 25 Responses 9 Oct 2, 2010
I Love To Say That I Am Canadian - i am proud to be canadian. why? well, canada is a beautiful country. i love the breath taking views and the friendly and social people here. i do say "eh" a lot. well, I'm sure proud of saying it so i don't care about your opinions. being...
LongLiveTaylorSwift 6 Responses 5 Jul 29, 2012
I Love This Country And Its People......mostly - Je me souviens. Here's to being "naive" and "too nice". May that always be who I am:)
somee 1 Response 3 Jun 14, 2012
Proud To Be Canadian - Hey. I'm not a lumberjack, or a fur trader, and I don't live in an igloo or eat blubber, or own a dog sled, and I don't know Jimmy, Sally or Suzy from Canada, although I'm certain they're really, really nice. I have a Prime Minister, not a President. I...
Falcran 5 Responses 4 Nov 18, 2011
The Apologetic Canadian. - Yep stereotype right here.
DaniCatEyes 8 Responses 3 Nov 21
Hiya - It's interesting to see how many people are from Canada on this site. I was born and raised here. I've lived in 3 different provinces one being BC and it is so beautiful there I didn't want to leave. I wish I could go back one day.
Shimmery 6 Responses 3 Mar 17, 2011
National Anthem Sexest? - So they were talking about the national anthem being sexiest. In all our sons command. Like WTF, have you lost your mind? Our country was built on the backs of kids, yup kids, 18 years old and the vast majority of them died. Nothing like standing 60...
darkrid3r 1 Response 1 Oct 2
Ma Baby Canada - I miss Canada so much : ( I was born & raised in Ottawa till I was 12 and then we moved down to Florida... we haven't even visited back ever since I can't wait until I get the opportunity to go back :'D
deleted 4 Responses 3 Nov 6
What Does The Rest Of Canada Really Think Of Us QuéBéCois? - Do you like us? Hate us? I'm curious! Lol
Maritzi 8 Responses 0 Aug 22
Fellow Canadian - Just thought I would jump on here and say good morning to my fellow Canadians. What a great day to be alive and free in this wonderful country of ours. Everyone take care and keep smiling!
Rescuediver1874 1 Response 5 Oct 24
Pride. - What does it mean to be Canadian? Many people write Canadians off as imitators of American's or the British. Including many Canadian's themselves. They write off our history as boring, our identity as moldable and changeable. I am not one of those Canadians. When...
WeAllFallDown 5 Responses 4 Nov 16, 2012
Canada Ranked Friendliest Country In The World - Canada ranked friendliest country in the world by Zebunnisa Mirza Canada ranked first, U.S. fourth on the list of the world’s friendliest countries For a second year in a row, Canada has been ranked the...
Whateverrrrr 13 Responses 3 Apr 18, 2011
Newfoundlander And Proud Of It! - I am from Newfoundland and lived there a like a month when I was born and now I'm going to be moving back home this summer! Yeah! I'm super excited!
musiclover1997 1 Response 0 Oct 20
I Am Albertan - Why is it that I always think of the beer when I hear "I am Canadian"? Molson Canadian changed my thoughts as being a Canadian, it's all beer for me! At any rate, I am Canadian and proud. I will always be secretly Alberta bound. It's where my parents first met...
BounceAround 3 Responses 3 Oct 9
Why I Love Canada - It's not the Universal Health Care, it's not the Government (God no!), it's not even the hockey, beer, Tim Hortons, snow or maple syrup. I love this country because of the way the world views Canadians. I'm pretty sure you have never heard anyone say "I hate...
Riff76 9 Responses 8 Jun 10
I Am Lucky To Have Been Born In Canada... - I love being Canadian. I have the Maple Leaf tattooed on the back of my neck, I cherish hockey, but most importantly, I love being Canadian because we seem to be so neutral as a nation. I like the fact that we are not "bullies" on the...
YourGoodGrace 6 Responses 5 Mar 3, 2011
First Nations People In Canada - I'm a First Nation/Aboriginal/Native American person. How do you feel/think about my people/culture? Be honest and I won't respond to racist marks
KoriCobin 5 Responses 0 Oct 14
True Northern Canadian Girls; - Sweet girls come from the south,Gorgeous barbie dolls come from California, But northern Canadian girlshave fire and ice in their blood,we drive and survive in the snow,survive 6-8months in harsh winters,we can handle the cold,beat the heat,we can...
DarkThornedLilyRose43 10 Responses 6 Jun 7
Northern Canadian Girls...... - Sweet girls come from the south....Pretty barbie girls come from California (and we love them!) But Canadian Girls have fire and ice in their blood......we can drive and survive in the snow, handle the bitter cold...we can bet the hot heat...we...
SassyBabe39 16 Responses 12 Dec 11, 2012
Hi Everyone! - I'm from Fort Frances, Ontario (midway between Thunder Bay and Winnipeg; directly across the bridge from International Falls, Minnesota) now living downtown in Toronto and just scraping by. I've been here two months and haven't made any friends. Honestly, I...
toronto416 3 Responses 0 Nov 20
A Canadian Hero - Truly a Canadian hero our industrious beaver is one of the hardest workers in the country. Cutting sections of forest near ponds, opens up the area for new grasses and young trees. This in turn out a larger and new food supply for other forest animals, and is...
thesower 0 Sep 16
FOX Airs Program Mocking and Slandering Canadian Soldiers In Afghanistan. - At a time when we are bringing home our fallen soldiers on the Highway of Heros - men and women who gave their lives in an American-led War on Terrorism - Fox Network aired a program which I...
NANSELTAR 37 Responses 13 Mar 24, 2009
100% - Not sure why our identity is always tied to beer commercials, but it's still a damn good song. :)
Tuva 8 Responses 3 Oct 9, 2011
Being Canadian - This is a vast land, full of contrasts and contradictions. Sometimes it is hard to define what it is to be Canadian, although I think most of us are proud that we are. Even moreso, we are proud of what we are not. There are a lot of upsides to living in...
superkev 12 Responses 8 Oct 7, 2006
Canada Day Downtown - I love how there's so many people downtown on Canada Day. It's literally packed with hundreds and hundreds of people, and when the fireworks start at night, even more people come and everyone is shoulder to shoulder. I saw some people from my old school on...
deleted 0 Aug 11
I Love Being Canadian - I was born and raised in Canada, and I love living here. I have traveled around and I can't imagine a more perfect place. Its hard to put into words how beautiful and amazing Canada is. I could say so much, but it would never be enough, and I'm sure fellow...
MattsShadow 1 Response 3 Oct 21
Testimony - i have been across Canada, lived on the streets of Toronto. in and out of jail, looking for pleasure in women drugs and alcohal. until i most recently came to Christ im saved. i love Jesus. i came on this program to meet people who have had it rough, but know its...
believetheword 5 Jun 10, 2012
Edwards V. Canada Anniversary - Today (Oct 18th) is the anniversary of the Edwards v. Canada ruling from 1929 where women were declared "people" under Canadian law. Happy anniversary to all the female Canadian "Persons" out there!
JackisMe 3 Responses 3 Oct 18
C.a.n.a.d.a. To Sum Things Up...... - •Casual & easy-going •Authentic •Not attention seekers •Ambitious •Diverse •Active yet mellow. --------------------
artgal80 6 Responses 3 Jan 17
Such A Great Country - I love Canada because I feel free and safe. I traveled across Canada a couple of years ago and was amazed on how many different dimensions there are to Canada.
jepakia 1 Oct 23
Canadian Born/Raised - I'm born Canadian, Raised in Canada,is there anyone else that's from the Prairies, it doesn't look like EP is very well represented with prairie folk, maybe once winter hits and it's -40 out. ;)
barnes7777 5 Responses 3 Oct 7
Australian Definition of a Canadian - My niece in Australia sent me this. I love this definition of a Canadian, and want to share it here with you: "You probably missed it in the local news, but there was a report that someone in Pakistan had advertised in a...
NANSELTAR 25 Responses 15 Jun 28, 2009
I'm An Alberta Girl - Come on now...you've heard of Alberta girls, right??? Good timing, fun loving, cowboy riding, truck driving, hammer swinging....we cover it all....
Babydoll42 50 Responses 24 Jan 18, 2012
Canada's Cool - I was born and raised in the Lower Mainland. Although I've travelled to a few places in Europe and Asia, there's no other place in the world I'd rather live than in Vancouver. Where else do you have the natural beauty of the water, mountains, forest and the city...
privatelyanonymous 5 Responses 5 Dec 20, 2012
And Love This Place But.... - I hate Canadian Broadcasting. All of it, not just the CBC which I truly and deeply hate because of its liberal bias and its overwhelming immigrant/minority/french content. The hate I'm talking about today is our focus on the world instead of us. I...
Firegod74 7 Responses 4 Aug 2, 2012
This Is What Living Abroad Has Taught Me! - I moved to beautiful England in 2012, and have loved every second of it. More than anything though, living here has made me so proud of where I come from. I can tell people I am Canadian with my head held high, and that is something...
Sp4rky 5 Responses 2 Aug 18
Canadian In America - I moved here in 2000 for my gf now wife. we had a boy in 2002 and we have recently separated. I have chosen to stay in America to be with my son but I really miss my family back in Canada
penpalwannabe 1 Response 1 Jul 28
British Salute to Canada (lest We Forget) - This is an article from London"s Sunday Telegraph". It's a bit long, but really worth reading. It made me feel sad and glad at the same time. If you're Canadian, you'll understand. "Salute to a...
NANSELTAR 14 Responses 3 Dec 5, 2008
Happy Happy! - Just thought I'd stop and wish all my fellow Canadians here on EP a Happy Thanksgiving and hope you got to spend time with family and friends!
JackisMe 1 Oct 13
Confused Canadian - I am Canadian born and raised in burlington ontario currently living in calgary well for a week more at most then I'm planing on driving back to burlington I just hope my ride can make it.
jodidoguy 3 Responses 1 Nov 1
Unsure... - My mum was doing a family tree recently and I got quite interested in it (because I love history) and she said we had some Native Canadian in us. My great great grandmother is definitely Native. However we aren't sure if her husband was and that is where I'm unsure...
miasmith1 0 Nov 17
I'm born in Toronto, Ontario, and i'm very proud to be Canadian!
SupaKilla 1 Response 0 5 days ago
Wanna Go Back - i went to canada for one year to improve my english last year.. I gained 5 kg i weighted 55 kg and 156 cm height decided i needed to loose weight i lost 15 kg i was kind of anorexic. I ate TOO much and at any time really but just veggies nothing else and i did 1...
staybeauty 0 Nov 10