You might be slightly disappointed if you move to Canada thinking everyone is friendly and polite there. They're not really much different from Americans (not including the french canadians) it's not like you cross the boarder and there's a sudden paradigm shift.
Really the only differences are they're more liberal, they say eh and aboot, have stronger beer, and milk comes in bags. They also use beaver pelts as their main form of currency.
But yeah, I'd like to move to Canada as well. Can't decide between either Vancouver or Toronto though...
as herb said, youll find a lot of rude people, but you find rude people everywhere, and thous french *shakes fist* well lets put it this way : we make laws in there favor, give them money, make them one of the biggest provinces on dicistion making, and they still wanna separate.
i do love them though, my dads a frenhcie. and im a habs fan until i die lol.
and herb i would kill to visit BC. iv ALWAYS wanted to go :(
I remember the puzzlement of milk in bags when they tried them here for a few years. Of course, it would have to be when I was in primary school aged 5 or 6.
How on Earth, did they expect young children to cope with poking straws into a squiggy plastic bag of milk to drink at lunch?! So, I'm against milk in bags - luckily, the experiment failed and we went to cartons.