scenery wise, alberta looks like colordo, with the towering rockies in the west and flat plains in the east. edmonton and calgary are the 2 biggest cities, and they hate each other. alberta is the texas of canada. much more consevative than any other province, and sitting on oil riche$
alberta is rolling in the dough from their oil excavation.
canada's 3rd largest province and probably it's most beautiful. beaches, mountains, cities- everything you'd want is basically here. but bc's biggest attraction is it's high quality mary jane. there are a few amsterdam-like 'coffee houses' in vancouver, bc where you can smoke the stuff, but they're being reduced in number unfortunately.
in british columbia, weed is the biggest cash crop.
canada's vacationland. unfortunately, most people forget about it, except when they want to get away from citylife in toronto or ottawa. beautiful coastline, amazing scenery. province is in bad shape financial though. home of three great things that start with s- seafood, sloan, and sidney crosby.
I add amazing scallops while listening to Sloan and watching Sidney Crosby on TV while in Nova Scotia.
maritime canadian province, often forgotten by the rest of canada. only other place in canda with a significant french population, although they still only consititue 25% of the people. americans tried to make it join the usa after the 1776 revolution, but new brunwick was indifferent. really not much going on here today.
Often ridiculed prarie province of Canada. Americans have never heard of it because its above the Dakotas (another place they've never heard of), Canadians forget about it because it had only one city and it's near nothing else. Manitobians are an industrious bunch, because they have to take care of themselves. They weather sucks, and if you don't live in Winnipeg, then you're probably near nothing. Winnipeg isn't bad but it had the same reputation as Buffalo or Cleveland in the US, as if its some bad place that everyone should leave. Manitoba's got lots of lakes too.
Manitoba's at the 100th meridian, where the great plains begin.
canadian province that no one can spell. flat expanses of praries, home to canada's best football fans. the capital city of regina rhymes with fun (pronounced like vagina). the brithplace of modern canada back in the '50s, when tommy douglas set up the liberal reforms that now guide the nation.
creator of modern canada. founder of the NDP, the democratic socialist party whos policy have had a great impact on the nation today. creator of liberal reforms, with medicare as the crown jewel of his policies. voted the top canadian of all time. he's a socialist, not a communist. only an american, australian, or albertan would be too stupid to know the difference.
American: "Yous Canadians is nice, but most of you is a bunch of weird backward commies."
Non-Albertan Canadian: "No, our nation is founded on democratic socialism, so is every nation in Europe and even li'l America, otherwise known as Japan."
America: "No, I watched the Fox News Channel and dey said that only Canada has socialism and that it just a codeword for commies."
Non-Albertan Candian: "Fox News? That explains your stupidity."
Tommy Douglas would be apauled at the gov't of Alberta's attempts to slash his reforms!