We don't have interesting accents: most people think Canadians sound like Californians, but nobody knows why. We invented basketball and snowmobiles; we have a lot of rocks, trees and maple syrup.
A lot of Canadians like hockey even though lacrosse is the national sport.
And hey--we don't live in igloos. Seriously.
Canada almost never has wars (except sometimes when we help out the US). We like to keep the peace.
It's a bit boring but not a bad place to live.
Not to be confused with America.
And yes, we do have polar bears and Artic tundra and the North Pole around here somewhere. It's exciting, I know.
Canadian: It's part of Canada.
Foreigner: Right! So do you know Avril Lavigne?
Foreigner: What about Bob, do you know--
Canadian: No. It's a big country.
Right on, eh?
Bob: Canada's in da hizzouse, yo!
. The people have a more fun outlook on life; there is seriousness, but they seem to want to enjoy life more.
. The people are just more helpful everyday (I went downhill biking and a guy helped me get my bike onto the rack, as I was not strong enough to heft a 15 pount bike over my head.)
. Less trash talking, especially in sports, there were no raging fans at the baseball game I went to.