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10th Feb '17 2:24:44 AM Morgenthaler
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** Canadian references are found all through the Total Drama series, particularly in locale-specific ''TotalDramaWorldTour''. Also found in ''6teen'', or really any cartoon from maker ''Creator/FreshTV''.

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** Canadian references are found all through the Total Drama series, particularly in locale-specific ''TotalDramaWorldTour''.''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaWorldTour''. Also found in ''6teen'', or really any cartoon from maker ''Creator/FreshTV''.



* {{Vancouver}}-based media personality Creator/NardwuarTheHumanServiette is straight-up obsessed with Canadian history minutiae, a passion sparked by his mother, a local historian. He frequently plays up the Canadian connections his non-Canadian interview subjects have, he has an affinity for Canadian imagery, and many songs by his band The Evaporators reference obscure Canadian historical events and figures.

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* {{Vancouver}}-based UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}}-based media personality Creator/NardwuarTheHumanServiette is straight-up obsessed with Canadian history minutiae, a passion sparked by his mother, a local historian. He frequently plays up the Canadian connections his non-Canadian interview subjects have, he has an affinity for Canadian imagery, and many songs by his band The Evaporators reference obscure Canadian historical events and figures.
28th Jan '17 9:30:02 AM NWolfman
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* Creator/KevinSmith's "True North" trilogy (''Film/{{Tusk}}'', ''Yoga Hosiers'' and the as-of-yet-unreleased ''Moose Film/{{Jaws}}''), which is set in Canada and relies almost entirely on cartoonishly exaggerated stereotypes.
15th Jan '17 2:57:11 AM bwburke94
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* ''Literature/{{Pact}}'' takes place in the fictional town of Jacob's Bell, Canada (Location unknown, but likely in Ontario), and the real life city of Toronto.



* ''Literature/{{Pact}}'' takes place in the fictional town of Jacob's Bell, Canada (Location unknown, but likely in Ontario), and the real life city of Toronto.
10th Jan '17 6:38:10 PM nombretomado
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* LoadingReadyRun does a Canada Day special once per year. Some specials will be in-jokes directed at their countrymen, but others play on Canadian stereotypes for laughs:

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* LoadingReadyRun WebVideo/LoadingReadyRun does a Canada Day special once per year. Some specials will be in-jokes directed at their countrymen, but others play on Canadian stereotypes for laughs:
7th Jan '17 6:07:23 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Series/VeronicaMars'' the girls are pressured to join a dorm-wide party where everyone decorates their rooms like a different country. They give a TakeThat to the whole thing by picking Canada, with the country spirit consisting of a picture of a moose, saying "Eh," and playing BarenakedLadies songs.

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* In ''Series/VeronicaMars'' the girls are pressured to join a dorm-wide party where everyone decorates their rooms like a different country. They give a TakeThat to the whole thing by picking Canada, with the country spirit consisting of a picture of a moose, saying "Eh," and playing BarenakedLadies Music/BarenakedLadies songs.
5th Jan '17 9:15:14 PM FuzzyBoots
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* ''Film/GoodNeighbors'' is set in Montréal, specifically ''Notre-Dame-de-Grace'', and features several Canadian actors. English and French are used interchangeably with some characters.
28th Dec '16 12:30:48 PM TheRedRedKroovy
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* Subverted in ''Film/{{Detention}}'' with Gord, Riley's uber-Canadian debate partner and an all-around {{jerkass}} who makes Riley wish that the stereotype of "polite Canadians" were true. [[spoiler:Turns out he's not actually Canadian, though -- or even human, for that matter.]]
26th Dec '16 10:20:45 PM reggie
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* A portion of the KoreanSeries ''Series/{{Goblin}}'' takes place in Quebec.
26th Dec '16 1:28:22 PM froge
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* Never explicitly confirmed, Froge's frog Blog/{{Froghand}}'s constant references to Canadian culture, British spelling (such as replacing z's with s's like in "realise", or using words like "colour", "honour", and "favourite"), liberal use of "eh", usage of Stephen Harper as [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-11.html#08 a stand-in]] for Donald Trump (where Harper was considered by many to be a horrible Prime Minister, as evidenced by his party's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_federal_election,_2015 landslide defeat]] in the next election followed by his resignation), knowledge of [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-06.html#17 obscure Canadian laws]], his "Big Up" to legal opinions using a [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-10.html#15 Canadian judgement]], and criticisms of [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-10.html#24 the United States]] all point to a Canadian point-of-view, or at the very least somebody infatuated with the country.

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* Never explicitly confirmed, Froge's frog Froge from Blog/{{Froghand}}'s constant references to Canadian culture, British spelling (such as replacing z's with s's like in "realise", or using words like "colour", "honour", and "favourite"), liberal use of "eh", usage of Stephen Harper as [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-11.html#08 a stand-in]] for Donald Trump (where Harper was considered by many to be a horrible Prime Minister, as evidenced by his party's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_federal_election,_2015 landslide defeat]] in the next election followed by his resignation), knowledge of [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-06.html#17 obscure Canadian laws]], his "Big Up" to legal opinions using a [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-10.html#15 Canadian judgement]], and criticisms of [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-10.html#24 the United States]] all point to a Canadian point-of-view, or at the very least somebody infatuated with the country.
26th Dec '16 1:27:19 PM froge
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* Never explicitly confirmed, Froge's frog Blog/{{Froghand}}'s constant references to Canadian culture, British spelling (such as replacing z's with s's like in "realise", or using words like "colour", "honour", and "favourite"), liberal use of "eh", usage of Stephen Harper as [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-11.html#08 a stand-in]] for Donald Trump (where Harper was considered by many to be a horrible Prime Minister, as evidenced by his party's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_federal_election,_2015 landslide defeat]] in the next election followed by his resignation), knowledge of [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-06.html#17 obscure Canadian laws]], his "Big Up" to legal opinions using a [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-10.html#15 Canadian judgement]], and criticisms of [[https://froghand.neocities.org/buafy/2016-10.html#24 the United States]] all point to a Canadian point-of-view, or at the very least somebody infatuated with the country.
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