So, the Niagra Falls part of Canada is closer to the East Coast of the USA and the British Columbia part is closer to the West Coast, correct? Whereabout is Quebec? Toronto?
Is this a riddle?
You have some serious holes in your education, 0P, and you are not worth DL's time to fill-in the gaps.
Canada is at the North Pole, where Santa Claus lives. Next to the Island of Misfit Toys there's some floating ice where the French elves live, and that has Quebec on it. On the other side, those Coca Cola polar bears live, and they frolic on the outskirts of Toronto.
If only there were some sort of map of that country that might answer these questions for you, OP!
Or even some type of electronic device which had access to unlimited amounts of information and a search function...
Quebec is up above. Oui oui, monsieur. It's Lara Fabian's second home. Toronto is up and over there, and it has a bunch of those gays there. Also, Being Erica was there. BC is on the other side and has all the skiers and outdoors enthusiasts. Hollywood likes to film there on the cheap. But hardly any good looking men or women reside in BC. They're all just kind of blah, with fit bodies. But every women wears makeup, so at least you don't have to see anything that looks natural or blemished.
Isn't Toronto in New York?
Let's freak OP out with some fun map facts! Seattle, which is in the United States, is farther north than the cities of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, and Quebec City and the entire provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, all of which are in Canada!
If you go south from Detroit, which is in the United States, the first country you come to is Canada!
also Reno, Nevada, is farther west than Los Angeles, California.
Canadian chick here
I can answer all your questions about Canada. Geography, economics, health care, same sex marriage, government controlled liquor and alcohol sales, etc etc!
Why are Canadian hot for Justin Theroux?
Do Canadians who have moved to some big center to look for work like Toronto and Vancouver maintain a sentimental attachment to their home region?
R12, no one here likes that kid, Theroux
I guess everyone would miss their home city, or province, but I've noticed that people are glad to start calling Toronto or Vancouver their home. They jjust start telling people they're from Toronto even though they're adults and only lived in Toronto for 5 months
[quote] Why are Canadian hot for Justin Theroux?
You mean Justin Trudeau??
Vermont is below Quebec, and New York (upstate).
Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota are below Ontario.
Washington state and Portland are to the south of British Columbia.
Actually, in many ways the provinces have stuff in common with the states to the south of them, more than with some of their fellow provinces
Toronto is south of 7% of the U.S. population and over 30% of its land area.
More like 35%.
It's the home of HIMMMMMMMMMM
Quebec is huge. Does anyone live at the top?
Toronto is a northern suburb of Buffalo, New York and Montreal is in the Adirondack Mountains. Vancouver is a Suburb of Seattle, Washington. I hope that helps.
I suspect most towns adjacent to Buffalo don't consider themselves "suburbs" and I'm sure Toronto doesn't.
R27 the comments at R26 was sarcasm. Please adjust your pearls accordingly.
Oh Canada, oh Canada God shed his grace on me
And crown so effectual
With thyne homosexual
Sea to shining seeeeeeee.
I think you've got it, OP
BC is the abbreviation for a reason. And wherefore Winnipeg, contra the Falls of the Castle Rising. You know, the replica. The corn one. And the east coast of the USA is same as America coast. Broad sensewiseway?
More gravy on my fries please.
Liar R31. U are not me.
Detroit is north of Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
R31 = Miss South Carolina
Don't something like 85% of all Canadians live within an hour of the US Border?
R35, According to [italic]Canada World View[/italic]:
[quote]Seventy-five percent of Canada’s population resides in a narrow 150-kilometre band pushing up against the U.S., with close ties south of the line. We are a border people. The border is our livelihood. The border is our identity.
[quote]We are a border people. The border is our livelihood. The border is our identity.
Tijuana without the cheap booze and a donkey show.
but Canada has Mounties
Michigan is both above AND below Ontario
O Canada O Canada
You're leaning to the right us
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