question for people who live in canada

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  1. larry_davis
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    how much would you say is canada influenced by america's trends? culture? social circumstance, ect.
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    Canada is a suburb of Detroit. :)
     
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    Duh. What a retard.
     
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    No kidding. Everyone knows that Canada has been its own state since the Civil War...























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    Nice scores^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Don't live in Canada, but from what I hear, only Ontario and maybe Quebec are big government supporters.

    In parts of Canada like Alberta, they are sort of equivalent to the US Midwest.

    Canada has turned sharply to the right, PM Stephen Harper is following through on his campaign promises to roll back Canadian socialism.
     
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    Wrong, on all accounts.
     
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    Canada has probably been influenced by British and French culture as much as it has by American. Don't forget it's still a member of the Commonwealth.
     
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    Wow, you sure know your stuff!

    The Queen is also "it's" head of state. I didn't know that until the other day.
     
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    WTF are you larfing at?













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