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Canada is the linchpin of the English-speakin g world
Where was this taken?" Jardin recovered enough to speak. "Near Lawrenceville.
Indeed I have always found that the only thing in regard to Toronto which faraway people know for certain is that McGill University is in it.
Canada is a country of ingredients without a cuisine; we're a country with musicians without an indigenous instrument; Toronto's a city that doesn't even have a dish named after it.
I always tell people that if I move anywhere it would be Toronto.
I love Canada, always.
It was a small provincial place with great people and I had a happy childhood growing up in Queens.
I'll acknowledge that I'm from Canada but I don't think I'll acknowledge that I'm Canadian.
The mighty voice of Canada will ever call to me.
McMaster University, Courtesy of Kevin Mitchell,
Long live free Quebec!
When you live in Vancouver, you realize most of the population is in eastern North America.
I used to live in Canada. It's a beautiful country with a lot of different kind of topographic regions.
Canada is a broad land - broad in mind, broad in spirit, and broad in physical expanse.
It is as queen of Canada that I am here. Queen of Canada and all Canadians, not just one or two ancestral strains.
I love Toronto, I have spent a lot of time up there working. There's a lot of stuff going on there.
If Canada were really that great, it would be a state.
I was born in the Ottawa General Hospital right after the Gray Cup Football Game in 1939. Six months later, I was backpacked into the Quebec bush. I grew up in and out of the bush, in and out of Ottawa, Sault Ste. Marie and Toronto.
I love B.C., but you know what taxes are like in Canada.
I was born in the city of Brantford, Ontario, Canada - but by the time I'd left high school, I'd moved seven times with my family, my father's engineering work taking us to places as far-flung as Bay City, Texas, and Wolnae-Ri in South Korea.
When I'm in Canada, I feel this is what the world should be like.
I was born in London, England during the great fog of 1952, but survived the coal-fueled air pollution with no ill effects and after less than a year in England was carried to Canada by my parents.
I say it the way it is. I don't play around. That has been my success, in my opinion, for Mississauga.
Though the words Canada East on the map stretch over many rivers and lakes and unexplored wildernesses, the actual Canada, which might be the colored portion of the map, is but a little clearing on the banks of the river, which one of those syllables would more than cover.
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?
The single greatest moment of my life happened in Toronto, Canada!
Canada's the best country in the world.
I know that through the grace of God, I am the founder of Manitoba.
Never shall I forget those naked, clean-swept little Canadian towns, one just like the other. Before I was twelve years old, I must have lived in fifty of them.
I'm a first-generation Canadian.
Our Government is pleased to partner with the Kelowna Visual and Performing Arts Centre Society, located in the heart of British Columbia's vibrant Central Okanagan region. Support for the performing arts is essential for the professional growth and development of our Canadian artists.
On the Jellicoe road
Montreal, this wonderful town ... Pearl of Canada, Pearl of the world.
I have one love - Canada; one purpose - Canada's greatness; one aim - Canadian unity from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
The foundation of Ontario's economy is our skilled workers and innovative companies. Our government will continue its proactive approach to partnering with business and industry, investing strategically to help companies grow and create jobs in this period of economic uncertainty.
Canada is currently the only major industrialized country in the world that does not allow any private administration of health care services that are provided by the public system.
Just Like Canada, with Better Bacon
Long live Montreal, Long live Quebec! Long live Free Quebec!
I'm a provincial. I live very much like a hermit: reading, listening to music, working in the cutting room, writing, commercial work - which doesn't take up that much time.
We are very grateful for what the Ontario provincial government is doing, and for cooperation from provincial and local police forces all across Canada.
I grew up in Nova Scotia, so there weren't a whole lot of rules.
I love Toronto, It's the best city.
Welcome to Canada, idiot!
I'm very proud to be Canadian, but I would move to New York in a heartbeat.
To me, Toronto is a good party city, I think Vancouver has the best smoke, you know. And then, Montreal has the best..uh..Chinese food?
It is occasionally necessary for me to tell Torontonians of the presence of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans; they tend to think of the Great Lakes as the waters of the world.
California: The west coast of Iowa.
Canada has one of the highest rates of insanity in any civilized country and one reason might be that life in many places is so desperately dull.
Wherever you go in the world, you just have to say you're Canadian and people laugh
It is wonderful to feel the grandness of Canada in the raw.
Canada's most important
that is to say consequential
Toronto as a city carries out the idea of Canada as a country. It is a calculated crime against the aspirations of the soul and the affection of the heart.
I love Toronto's long autumns, warm with windy swirls of golden spores, redolent with giant, sun-roasted leaves flapping up and down the streets, and horrible winter always seeming far, far off!
Canada I don't trust. The Canadian government hates me more than the Japanese.
Canada is the essence of not being. Not English, not American, it is the mathematic of not being. And a subtle flavour - we're more like celery as a flavour.
Canada is not the party. Its the apartment above the party.
I love working in Canada. The ovation is great. It makes me feel like I'm the top dog.
Canada is hockey.
I am so proud to be a Canadian.
Canada is like a loft apartment over a really great party.
I want my Canada back!
My life was in Montreal years ago. Best food in the world.
There are no limits to the majestic future which lies before the mighty expanse of Canada with its virile, aspiring, cultured, and generous-hearted people.
Anybody with any ambition at all, or intelligence, has left Canada and is now living in New York.
It seems to me that Canadian sensibility has been profoundly disturbed, not so much by our famous problem of identity, important as that is, as by a series of paradoxes in what confronts that identity. It is less perplexed by the question "Who am I?" than by some such riddle as "Where is here?
If it were up to me, every job would be somewhere in Canada.
If you know all 4 seasons: almost winter, winter, still winter and
road construction, you may live in Canada
They must be doing something right up there in Canada.
I didn't realize Toronto was so beautiful. Everywhere you go you see beautiful architecture.
Our government is operating within an unprecedented revenue shortfall and that we have an obligation to all citizens of the province to manage our finances responsibly. And that's what we're going to do.
We are provincials no longer. The tragic events of the 30 months of vital turmoil through which we have just passed have made us citizens of the world. There can be no turning back.
I love Toronto. I love it. I love Toronto. I love Canada. I can't wait to get back. Can't wait to have some Timbits.
No nation in the world has had greater fortune than mine in sharing a continent with the people and the nation of Canada.
Whistler,' Manet called. 'How's your mother?
Toronto is a very multicultural city, a place of immigrants, like my parents.
Louisiana, the state road maintenance forgot.
There are a lot of top-notch shows in Canada.
In Canada, things are very honest.
My first trip to Canada has been great!
Personally, I love Toronto.
The twentieth century belongs to Canada.
People ask 'How do you get so eh-ish?' I don't know if it's just because so much of my family still lives in Canada and I finished studies up there.
When you're up in Maine, there is Canada, I mean it's looking right at you; it's a different viewpoint.
Our government is pleased to welcome MANA to Ontario, and were thrilled to announce renewed steel production and workers back on the job in Hamilton. Global leaders such as MANA choose to invest in Ontario because of our competitive business environment, skilled workforce and focus on innovation.
Canon Campbell told me that most smart-ass Canadians tend to move to the United States. I
I'm American by birth, but I consider myself Canadian.
Canada first, Canada last, Canada always.
I'm an east coaster, you know, I'm brought up in Toronto where it's very much, like, kind of a miniature New York in that there's a subway and you're surrounded by people a lot and, you know, you bump into people and you have interactions and you communicate and la la la.
Canada is the homeland of equality, justice and tolerance.
I'm from Toronto. It's a lot more laid back. When you are thrust into different environments, there is an odd adaptation period. And then there are times when unfair, unkind, untrue things are written about you. That bothers me less now.
The truth is Canada is a cloud-cuckoo-land, an insufferably rich country governed by idiots, its self-made problems offering comic relief to the ills of the real world out there, where famine and racial strife and vandals in office are the unhappy rule.
The fact that over 50 per cent of the residents of Toronto are not from Canada, that is always a good thing, creatively, and for food especially. That is easily a city's biggest strength, and it is Toronto's unique strength.
"Minnesotan," Anna said.
"Sugarplum, anything north of Kentucky's all Canada to us
Well, I'm Canadian. True, north, strong, and free.
I write better in Cape Breton ... too many people around in Ontario. Down there I meet all sorts of non-human people, but they don't bother me, and I don't feel I have to apologize on behalf of my species quite so often.
A lot of funny stuff happens in Canada.
It's cold in Toronto but I like where I'm living.
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