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24th Apr '16 7:00:46 PM caivu
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* Let's Player LetsPlay/ChristopherOdd is from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and has an almost comically stereotypical accent.
4th Apr '16 3:50:44 PM ZhaneX24
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* At some point in the distant future of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans Iron-Blooded Orphans]]'', following the Calamity War, the Canadian City of Edmonton, Alberta, was made capital of the economic bloc Arbrau, one of the major political powers in the setting.
1st Apr '16 10:37:47 AM siberia82
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In American media, Canada is [[QuirkyNeighbourCountry a sweet, quirky and slightly backwards version of America]]. It's as if you took everyone from Minnesota, gave them an obsession with [[CanadianEqualsHockeyFan hockey]] [[note]] Anyone who thinks this should be clarified to UsefulNotes/IceHockey will be stiffly beaten by the RCMP, with a hockey stick.[[/note]] (OK, ''more'' of an obsession), and made that an entire country. Everybody's white (except the First Nations), and everyone who isn't French has a Scottish [[note]]or Irish, or English, or even Welsh[[/note]] last name.

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In American media, Canada is [[QuirkyNeighbourCountry a sweet, quirky and slightly backwards version of America]]. It's as if you took everyone from Minnesota, gave them an obsession with [[CanadianEqualsHockeyFan hockey]] [[note]] Anyone [[note]]Anyone who thinks this should be clarified to UsefulNotes/IceHockey will be stiffly beaten by the RCMP, with a hockey stick.[[/note]] (OK, ''more'' of it's practically an obsession), unofficial religion), and made that an entire country. Everybody's white (except the First Nations), and everyone who isn't French has a Scottish [[note]]or Irish, or English, or even Welsh[[/note]] last name.



** ''Film/XMen1'': Northern Albertans are depicted as rude, beer-loving, rough-and-tumble rednecks.....[[MyFriendsAndZoidberg And Wolverine.]]

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** ''Film/XMen1'': Northern Albertans are depicted as rude, beer-loving, rough-and-tumble rednecks.....rednecks... [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg And Wolverine.]]


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** ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'': Wade Wilson hails from Regina, "...the town that rhymes with fun."
** Two months before the release of ''Film/XMenApocalypse'', the official ''Library and Archives Canada'' Facebook page uploaded [[https://www.facebook.com/LibraryArchives/photos/a.448149705231367.104813.383985531647785/1048195265226805/?type=3&theater declassified documents]] on James "Logan" Howlett (a.k.a. Wolverine).
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* The Company™ (and yes, they've [[TradeSnark even trademarked the name "The Company"]]) featured in ''Fanfic/EventHorizonStormOfMagic'' is a rare example of an evil Canadian mega-corporation.
13th Mar '16 4:35:02 PM MyFinalEdits
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* ''Bob and Margaret'' (a cartoon series made in Canada), originally set in London, moved to Toronto during a corporate switch to air the show on CanWest Global networks. The rather neurotic and stereotypically British titular couple began a new FishOutOfWater life with the "colonists". Canadian characters on the show are portrayed as varied individuals, some who exhibit these Canadian tropes and many who subvert them. Bob also learns that Indo-Canadians are just as plentiful, and make as good a take-away curry, as Anglo-Indians.
** ''Bob and Margaret'' had a pair of Canadian relatives that were the epitome of this trope, constantly looking for Kraft Macaroni and Cheese all over London. This is especially amusing since the cartoon was created ''in Canada.''
*** ''WesternAnimation/ChillyBeach'' does the same, even to the point where the titular town is built on an iceberg.

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* ''Bob and Margaret'' (a Margaret'':
** A
cartoon series made in Canada), Canada, originally set in London, moved to Toronto during a corporate switch to air the show on CanWest Global networks. The rather neurotic and stereotypically British titular couple began a new FishOutOfWater life with the "colonists". Canadian characters on the show are portrayed as varied individuals, some who exhibit these Canadian tropes and many who subvert them. Bob also learns that Indo-Canadians are just as plentiful, and make as good a take-away curry, as Anglo-Indians.
** ''Bob and Margaret'' had has a pair of Canadian relatives that were the epitome of this trope, constantly looking look for Kraft Macaroni and Cheese all over London. This is especially amusing since the cartoon was created ''in Canada.''
*** %%* ''WesternAnimation/ChillyBeach'' does the same, even to the point where the titular town is built on an iceberg.



** Seeing as they're based off of (and even voiced by) ''SCTV'''s most notable characters, Bob and Doug, this is to be expected.
13th Mar '16 11:21:35 AM rafi
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* Canada in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' is the home of Terrence and Philip, which were originally intended as a parody of ''South Park'' itself: a crudely drawn and animated show about farts. However, later episodes turned Terrence and Philip into real people and made all Canadians look and act like them: they are all crudely drawn, move their mouths by "flapping" the tops of their heads, speak in a rapid-paced and stylized accent, address each other as "buddy" or "guy," and fart a lot. More traditional Canadian stereotypes, such as moose, mounties, maple syrup and Kraft Dinner are also commonly addressed.
* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' once did a self-parody, calling turkey basters "Canadian Squirt Guns".
** Other than that, there are more references to where the show originated. In ''Take This Ed and Shove It'', Jimmy's job was a lumberjack, and he wore a cap with a maple leaf on it.
** In one scene of ''Who's Minding the Ed?'' Ed was dressed in what was supposedly a hockey uniform, which is actually a hockey jersey, a scuba mask, socks tied around his neck, shorts, and one of the shoes on his feet is a sandal, while he was holding a ''tennis racket''.
** "Canadians are weird."
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' episode ''Test of Time'', [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Billy]], [[HeroicComedicSociopath Mandy]], and [[BlackAndNerdy Irwin]] are studying book reports. Mandy had ''Drums of the American Revolution'', Irwin had ''The Canadian Revolution'', and Billy had ''A Not-So-Brief History of Time''. While Billy was goofing off and not studying at all, Irwin called him on the phone 3 times. The first time, Billy was eating pie and Irwin was dressed as a Mountie. The second time, Billy was watching a monster truck show and Irwin was dressed as a lumberjack. The third time, Billy was taking a bath, and Irwin, oddly enough, instead of wearing an outfit stereotyping Canadian culture, wore a Little Bo Peep outfit.
--> '''Billy''': Do you know what language they speak in Canada?
** In "The Secret Snake Club", Lake Ontario was the home of the legendary 8 km long snake Shnissugah, who would protect the nerds from bullies by swallowing them whole. [[spoiler: It turns out that Shnissugah isn't as mighty as the Secret Snake Club thought as it is 8 ''cm'' long, and can't eat the cool kids because Shnissugah says they're full of "trans-fatty acids".]]
* When [[WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce Meatwad]] enlists himself, Frylock, and Master Shake in the Marines, Frylock refuses and goes to Canada, which leads to a ''Franchise/{{Saw}}'' parody where he is captured by a man in a hockey mask inside a barn with "CANADA" painted on it. The motto was "Come for the crepes, stay for the curling."

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* Canada in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' is the home of Terrence and Philip, which were originally intended as ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' has a parody of ''South Park'' itself: a crudely drawn and animated show about farts. However, later episodes turned Terrence and Philip into real people and made all Canadians look and act like them: they are all crudely drawn, move their mouths by "flapping" the tops of their heads, speak in a rapid-paced and stylized accent, address each other as "buddy" or "guy," and fart a lot. More traditional Canadian stereotypes, such as moose, mounties, maple syrup and Kraft Dinner are also commonly addressed.
* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' once did a self-parody, calling turkey basters "Canadian Squirt Guns".
** Other than that, there are more references to
Rita & Runt skit where they end up in the show originated. In ''Take This Ed Yukon rather than Florida where Rita wanted to go, and Shove It'', Jimmy's job was Runt becomes a lumberjack, and he wore a cap with a maple leaf on it.
** In one scene of ''Who's Minding the Ed?'' Ed was dressed in what was supposedly a hockey uniform, which is actually a hockey jersey, a scuba mask, socks tied around his neck, shorts, and one of the shoes on his feet is a sandal, while he was holding a ''tennis racket''.
** "Canadians are weird."
sled dog.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' episode ''Test of Time'', [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Billy]], [[HeroicComedicSociopath Mandy]], and [[BlackAndNerdy Irwin]] are studying book reports. Mandy had ''Drums of the American Revolution'', Irwin had ''The Canadian Revolution'', and Billy had ''A Not-So-Brief History of Time''. While Billy was goofing off and not studying at all, Irwin called him on the phone 3 times. The first time, Billy was eating pie and Irwin was dressed as a Mountie. The second time, Billy was watching a monster truck show and Irwin was dressed as a lumberjack. The third time, Billy was taking a bath, and Irwin, oddly enough, instead of wearing an outfit stereotyping Canadian culture, wore a Little Bo Peep outfit.
--> '''Billy''': Do you know what language they speak in Canada?
** In "The Secret Snake Club", Lake Ontario was the home of the legendary 8 km long snake Shnissugah, who would protect the nerds from bullies by swallowing them whole. [[spoiler: It turns out that Shnissugah isn't as mighty as the Secret Snake Club thought as it is 8 ''cm'' long, and can't eat the cool kids because Shnissugah says they're full of "trans-fatty acids".]]
* When [[WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce Meatwad]]
''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'', when Meatwad enlists himself, Frylock, and Master Shake in the Marines, Frylock refuses and goes to Canada, which leads to a ''Franchise/{{Saw}}'' parody where he is captured by a man in a hockey mask inside a barn with "CANADA" painted on it. The motto was "Come for the crepes, stay for the curling."



* ''Bob and Margaret'' (a cartoon series made in Canada), originally set in London, moved to Toronto during a corporate switch to air the show on CanWest Global networks. The rather neurotic and stereotypically British titular couple began a new FishOutOfWater life with the "colonists". Canadian characters on the show are portrayed as varied individuals, some who exhibit these Canadian tropes and many who subvert them. Bob also learns that Indo-Canadians are just as plentiful, and make as good a take-away curry, as Anglo-Indians.
** ''Bob and Margaret'' had a pair of Canadian relatives that were the epitome of this trope, constantly looking for Kraft Macaroni and Cheese all over London. This is especially amusing since the cartoon was created ''in Canada.''
*** ''WesternAnimation/ChillyBeach'' does the same, even to the point where the titular town is built on an iceberg.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/BobbysWorld'' episode "Fish Tales", the family travels to Canada, where everyone says "Eh?" constantly. Bobby meets the Mooseheart brothers, two guys who dress like lumberjacks, own a log trailer, and teach him how to be Canadian. (There's not much to it besides liking maple syrup and hockey.)
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Braceface}}'' surprisingly averts this despite being set in British Columbia.
* Rutt and Tuke from ''Disney/BrotherBear'' play this trope like there's no tomorrow.
** Seeing as they're based off of (and even voiced by) ''SCTV'''s most notable characters, Bob and Doug, this is to be expected.
* ''WesternAnimation/CampLazlo'' had some exchange campers from Canada in one episode.



* ''Bob and Margaret'' (a cartoon series made in Canada), originally set in London, moved to Toronto during a corporate switch to air the show on CanWest Global networks. The rather neurotic and stereotypically British titular couple began a new FishOutOfWater life with the "colonists". Canadian characters on the show are portrayed as varied individuals, some who exhibit these Canadian tropes and many who subvert them. Bob also learns that Indo-Canadians are just as plentiful, and make as good a take-away curry, as Anglo-Indians.
** ''Bob and Margaret'' had a pair of Canadian relatives that were the epitome of this trope, constantly looking for Kraft Macaroni and Cheese all over London. This is especially amusing since the cartoon was created ''in Canada.''
*** ''WesternAnimation/ChillyBeach'' does the same, even to the point where the titular town is built on an iceberg.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
--> "I know we don't call as often as we should, and we aren't as well behaved as our goody-two-shoes brother Canada - who by the way has never had a girlfriend... I'm just saying."
** Homer, when asked if the family can visit Canada:
---> "Canada? Why should we leave America to visit America junior?"
** This is followed by the Simpsons visiting Toronto. They are seen on a bus with an RCMP officer, a hockey player, and a Sasquatch.
** "I moved here from Can-a-da, and they think I'm slow, eh?"
** "Boy Meets Curl" featured the 2010 Winter Olympics, and the ceremonial release of the beavers ("the Canadian dove"). Also featured was Bart's new friend, Milhoose ("your sister's loonier than a one dollar coin, eh"), and a bully modeled on Nelson who trips and taunts Milhoose with the words, "Hoo hoo!"
* ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'':
--> ''Our country reeks of trees''
--> ''Our yaks are really large''
--> ''And they smell like rotting beef carcasses''
--> ''And we have to clean up after them''
--> ''And our saddle sores are the best''
--> ''We proudly wear womens' clothing''
--> ''And searing sand blows up our skirts''
--> ''And the buzzards they soar overhead''
--> ''And poisonous snakes will devour us whole''
--> ''Our bones will bleach in the Sun''
--> ''And we will probably go to Hell''
--> ''And that is our great reward''
--> ''For being the Roy-oy-al Ca-nadian Kilted Yaksmen!''
** Worth noting is that one magazine article previewing the RCKY episode stated that Canada's greatest natural resource would be revealed, and that "No Canadian authorities will be happy." Turns out Canada's greatest natural resource is...[[spoiler:dirt.]]
** It's also a land chocked filled with wieners separated from America by a river of beans in the episode "Wiener Barons".
** It also helps that some of the episodes are done in Canada by Carbuncle Cartoons, and that Creator/JohnKricfalusi himself is from Canada as well.
* ''JacobTwoTwo'' (the Canadian animated series) probably qualify as a [[WidgetSeries Weird Canadian Thing]]. It's got everything: a specific setting (Montreal), hockey obsession, overstuffed jackets, a token Quebecois, and homework assignments on Canadian explorers (in which Jacob is assisted by the ghost of a bumbling French-Canadian trapper). In fact, other small instances of Canada, Eh? are common on shows made by {{Nelvana}}. The show was adapted from a series of kids' books by Mordecai Richler, a Jewish Montrealer who famously resented this particular brand of Canadian-ness.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' has a Rita & Runt skit where they end up in the Yukon rather than Florida where Rita wanted to go, and Runt becomes a sled dog.
* Rutt and Tuke from ''Disney/BrotherBear'' play this trope like there's no tomorrow.
** Seeing as they're based off of (and even voiced by) ''SCTV'''s most notable characters, Bob and Doug, this is to be expected.

to:

* ''Bob and Margaret'' (a cartoon series made in Canada), originally The ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' episode "Ducky Mountain High" is set in London, moved to Toronto during a corporate switch to air the show on CanWest Global networks. The rather neurotic Great North Woods and stereotypically British titular couple began a new FishOutOfWater life with the "colonists". Canadian characters on the show are portrayed as varied individuals, some who exhibit these Canadian tropes and parodies many who subvert them. Bob also learns that Indo-Canadians are just as plentiful, and make as good a take-away curry, as Anglo-Indians.
** ''Bob and Margaret'' had a pair
of Canadian relatives that were the epitome of this trope, constantly looking for Kraft Macaroni and Cheese all over London. This is region's stereotypes, especially amusing since with the cartoon was created ''in Canada.''
*** ''WesternAnimation/ChillyBeach'' does the same, even
local Beagle Boys.
* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' once did a self-parody, calling turkey basters "Canadian Squirt Guns".
** Other than that, there are more references
to the point where the titular town is built on an iceberg.
*
show originated. In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
--> "I know we don't call as often as we should,
''Take This Ed and we aren't as well behaved as our goody-two-shoes brother Canada - who by Shove It'', Jimmy's job was a lumberjack, and he wore a cap with a maple leaf on it.
** In one scene of ''Who's Minding
the way has never had Ed?'' Ed was dressed in what was supposedly a girlfriend... I'm just saying.hockey uniform, which is actually a hockey jersey, a scuba mask, socks tied around his neck, shorts, and one of the shoes on his feet is a sandal, while he was holding a ''tennis racket''.
** "Canadians are weird.
"
** Homer, when asked if the family can visit Canada:
---> "Canada? Why should we leave America to visit America junior?"
** This is followed by the Simpsons visiting Toronto. They are seen on a bus with
* In an RCMP officer, a hockey player, and a Sasquatch.
** "I moved here from Can-a-da, and they think I'm slow, eh?"
** "Boy Meets Curl" featured the 2010 Winter Olympics, and the ceremonial release of the beavers ("the Canadian dove"). Also featured was Bart's new friend, Milhoose ("your sister's loonier than a one dollar coin, eh"), and a bully modeled on Nelson who trips and taunts Milhoose with the words, "Hoo hoo!"
* ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'':
--> ''Our country reeks of trees''
--> ''Our yaks are really large''
--> ''And they smell like rotting beef carcasses''
--> ''And we have to clean up after them''
--> ''And our saddle sores are the best''
--> ''We proudly wear womens' clothing''
--> ''And searing sand blows up our skirts''
--> ''And the buzzards they soar overhead''
--> ''And poisonous snakes will devour us whole''
--> ''Our bones will bleach in the Sun''
--> ''And we will probably go to Hell''
--> ''And that is our great reward''
--> ''For being the Roy-oy-al Ca-nadian Kilted Yaksmen!''
** Worth noting is that one magazine article previewing the RCKY
episode stated that Canada's greatest natural resource would be revealed, of ''WesternAnimation/ElTigre'', White Pantera gets depressed and that "No Canadian authorities will be happy." Turns out Canada's greatest natural resource is...[[spoiler:dirt.]]
** It's also a land chocked filled with wieners separated from America by a river of beans in
can do nothing but lie on the couch and watch "Canadian soap operas". ("Don't talk to me aboot love!")
* One
episode "Wiener Barons".
** It also helps that some
of the episodes are done in Canada by Carbuncle Cartoons, and that Creator/JohnKricfalusi himself is from Canada as well.
* ''JacobTwoTwo'' (the Canadian animated series) probably qualify as a [[WidgetSeries Weird Canadian Thing]]. It's got everything: a specific setting (Montreal), hockey obsession, overstuffed jackets, a token Quebecois, and homework assignments on Canadian explorers (in which Jacob is assisted by the ghost of a bumbling French-Canadian trapper). In fact, other small instances
''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne'' pokes fun of Canada, Eh? are common on shows made by {{Nelvana}}. The show was adapted from a series of kids' books by Mordecai Richler, a Jewish Montrealer when Hector, who famously resented this particular brand claims to have conquered it, lists that as one of Canadian-ness.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' has a Rita & Runt skit where they end up in the Yukon rather than Florida where Rita wanted
his achievements to go, and Runt becomes a sled dog.
* Rutt and Tuke from ''Disney/BrotherBear'' play this trope like there's no tomorrow.
** Seeing as they're based off
council of (and other villains. None of them even voiced by) ''SCTV'''s most notable characters, Bob and Doug, this is to be expected.care.



* Canadians on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' are typically depicted as polite and generous to the point of going against common sense ("I thought it would be rude to intrude upon your plane crash"). Quagmire also once mentioned that Canadian strip clubs are one of his favorite places, as the girls tend to be missing most of their teeth due to playing hockey for most of their childhood.
--> '''Prisoner of "Canadian Alcatraz":''' Can I get oot through here?
--> '''Guard''' Just be back by bedtime.
--> '''Prisoner:''' Okay.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'', WordOfGod says Hyena and Jackal are from Canada. In fact, the twins share several similarities with {{Wolverine}}.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' episode ''Test of Time'', [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Billy]], [[HeroicComedicSociopath Mandy]], and [[BlackAndNerdy Irwin]] are studying book reports. Mandy had ''Drums of the American Revolution'', Irwin had ''The Canadian Revolution'', and Billy had ''A Not-So-Brief History of Time''. While Billy was goofing off and not studying at all, Irwin called him on the phone 3 times. The first time, Billy was eating pie and Irwin was dressed as a Mountie. The second time, Billy was watching a monster truck show and Irwin was dressed as a lumberjack. The third time, Billy was taking a bath, and Irwin, oddly enough, instead of wearing an outfit stereotyping Canadian culture, wore a Little Bo Peep outfit.
--> '''Billy''': Do you know what language they speak in Canada?
** In "The Secret Snake Club", Lake Ontario was the home of the legendary 8 km long snake Shnissugah, who would protect the nerds from bullies by swallowing them whole. [[spoiler: It turns out that Shnissugah isn't as mighty as the Secret Snake Club thought as it is 8 ''cm'' long, and can't eat the cool kids because Shnissugah says they're full of "trans-fatty acids".]]



* ''WesternAnimation/JacobTwoTwo'' (the Canadian animated series) probably qualify as a [[WidgetSeries Weird Canadian Thing]]. It's got everything: a specific setting (Montreal), hockey obsession, overstuffed jackets, a token Quebecois, and homework assignments on Canadian explorers (in which Jacob is assisted by the ghost of a bumbling French-Canadian trapper). In fact, other small instances of Canada, Eh? are common on shows made by {{Nelvana}}. The show was adapted from a series of kids' books by Mordecai Richler, a Jewish Montrealer who famously resented this particular brand of Canadian-ness.



* The ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' episode "Ducky Mountain High" is set in the Great North Woods and parodies many of the region's stereotypes, especially with the local Beagle Boys.
* Ezekiel from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'' is a walking example o this. Thick accent and all, eh.
** 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''.
* In the ''KickButtowski'' episode "Luigi Vendetta", Kick is tired of [[BigBrotherBully Brad]] messing with him, so Kick was suggested to go to Foggetaboodit, an Italian-Canadian restaurant where he meets Luigi. He is Italian, but his henchpeople are Canadian stereotypes.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'' averts this for the most part. They got the usual mounties whenever they visit there but otherwise not too many sterotypical tropes.
** Then again, an early
episode "Ducky Mountain High" is set in the Great North Woods and parodies many of the region's stereotypes, especially with the local Beagle Boys.
* Ezekiel from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'' is a walking example o this. Thick accent and all, eh.
**
named "Johnny Gets Mooned" features two 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''.
astronauts that end almost every sentence with "Eh?".
* In the ''KickButtowski'' ''WesternAnimation/KickButtowski'' episode "Luigi Vendetta", Kick is tired of [[BigBrotherBully Brad]] messing with him, so Kick was suggested to go to Foggetaboodit, an Italian-Canadian restaurant where he meets Luigi. He is Italian, but his henchpeople are Canadian stereotypes.



* The Blizzarians in ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'' are a race of mountain-dwelling Canadian furries. "Who needs all that dirt and rock when you can have nice, cold snow, eh?" The show was made in Canada, so it was probably tongue-in-cheek.
* One of [[RickySprocketShowbizBoy Ricky Sprocket's]] friends has a Canadian accent.
* ''CampLazlo'' had some exchange campers from Canada in one episode.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', Snails in the duo of unicorns Snips & Snails is a good, slightly more subtle example. He speaks at first with a lightened version of the stereotypical accent, to the point where it's ambiguous whether it's a Northeast American one or Stereotypical Canada, Eh? one. Confirmed finally when he in one scene adds the 'Eh?' to one of his sentences in frustration. (Possibly an inside joke as the show is produced in Vancouver)
** He's, of course, voiced by "notorious" Canadian voice actor, Richard Ian Cox. Oddly, this is one of his first roles where he plays up the stereotypical accent, which he doesn't actually have.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/BobbysWorld'' episode "Fish Tales", the family travels to Canada, where everyone says "Eh?" constantly. Bobby meets the Mooseheart brothers, two guys who dress like lumberjacks, own a log trailer, and teach him how to be Canadian. (There's not much to it besides liking maple syrup and hockey.)
* In TheHub's ''[[WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies2010 Pound Puppies]]'' series, the episode "Homeward Pound" introduced the Royal Canadian Pound Puppies. Extremely good-natured and polite, occasionally self-deprecating, and dressed in red sweaters with a white maple leaf on them.



* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Snails in the duo of unicorns Snips & Snails is a good, slightly more subtle example. He speaks at first with a lightened version of the stereotypical accent, to the point where it's ambiguous whether it's a Northeast American one or Stereotypical Canada, Eh? one. Confirmed finally when he in one scene adds the 'Eh?' to one of his sentences in frustration. (Possibly an inside joke as the show is produced in Vancouver)
** He's, of course, voiced by "notorious" Canadian voice actor, Richard Ian Cox. Oddly, this is one of his first roles where he plays up the stereotypical accent, which he doesn't actually have.



* In an episode of ''ElTigre'', White Pantera gets depressed and can do nothing but lie on the couch and watch "Canadian soap operas". ("Don't talk to me aboot love!")
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne'' pokes fun of Canada, when Hector, who claims to have conquered it, lists that as one of his achievements to a council of other villains. None of them even care.
* ''JohnnyTest'' averts this for the most part. They got the usual mounties whenever they visit there but otherwise not too many sterotypical tropes.
** Then again, an early episode named "Johnny Gets Mooned" features two Canadian astronauts that end almost every sentence with "Eh?".
* ''{{Braceface}}'' surprisingly averts this despite being set in British Columbia.
* Canadians on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' are typically depicted as polite and generous to the point of going against common sense ("I thought it would be rude to intrude upon your plane crash"). Quagmire also once mentioned that Canadian strip clubs are one of his favorite places, as the girls tend to be missing most of their teeth due to playing hockey for most of their childhood.
--> '''Prisoner of "Canadian Alcatraz":''' Can I get oot through here?
--> '''Guard''' Just be back by bedtime.
--> '''Prisoner:''' Okay.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', the Pickles stop at "North of the Border," a Canadian-themed theme park/tourist trap. Some of its attractions are a mini version of Niagara Falls and an igloo-shaped restaurant where everything is made with maple syrup. When Grandpa wakes up in the car, he thinks he's actually in Canada without a passport and tries to hide from the "Mounties" (which are actually just park handymen in Mountie uniforms).
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'', WordOfGod says Hyena and Jackal are from Canada. In fact, the twins share several similarities with {{Wolverine}}.

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* In an ** The episode "Sidetracked" (where Perry team-up with a canadian agent) is full of ''ElTigre'', White Pantera gets depressed and can do nothing but lie on the couch and watch "Canadian soap operas". ("Don't talk to me aboot love!")
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne'' pokes fun of Canada, when Hector, who claims to have conquered it, lists that as one of his achievements to a council of other villains. None of them even care.
* ''JohnnyTest'' averts this for the most part. They got the usual mounties whenever they visit there but otherwise not too many sterotypical tropes.
** Then again, an early episode named "Johnny Gets Mooned" features two
Canadian astronauts that end almost every sentence with "Eh?".
* ''{{Braceface}}'' surprisingly averts this despite being set in British Columbia.
* Canadians on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' are typically depicted as polite and generous to the point of going against common sense ("I thought it would be rude to intrude upon your plane crash"). Quagmire also once mentioned that Canadian strip clubs are one of his favorite places, as the girls tend to be missing most of their teeth due to playing hockey for most of their childhood.
--> '''Prisoner of "Canadian Alcatraz":''' Can I get oot through here?
--> '''Guard''' Just be back by bedtime.
--> '''Prisoner:''' Okay.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', the Pickles stop at "North of the Border," a Canadian-themed theme park/tourist trap. Some of its attractions are a mini version of Niagara Falls and an igloo-shaped restaurant where everything is made with maple syrup. When Grandpa wakes up in the car, he thinks he's actually in Canada without a passport and tries to hide from the "Mounties" (which are actually just park handymen in Mountie uniforms).
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'', WordOfGod says Hyena and Jackal are from Canada. In fact, the twins share several similarities with {{Wolverine}}.
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* In TheHub's ''[[WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies2010 Pound Puppies]]'' series, the episode "Homeward Pound" introduced the Royal Canadian Pound Puppies. Extremely good-natured and polite, occasionally self-deprecating, and dressed in red sweaters with a white maple leaf on them.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'':
--> ''Our country reeks of trees''
--> ''Our yaks are really large''
--> ''And they smell like rotting beef carcasses''
--> ''And we have to clean up after them''
--> ''And our saddle sores are the best''
--> ''We proudly wear womens' clothing''
--> ''And searing sand blows up our skirts''
--> ''And the buzzards they soar overhead''
--> ''And poisonous snakes will devour us whole''
--> ''Our bones will bleach in the Sun''
--> ''And we will probably go to Hell''
--> ''And that is our great reward''
--> ''For being the Roy-oy-al Ca-nadian Kilted Yaksmen!''
** Worth noting is that one magazine article previewing the RCKY episode stated that Canada's greatest natural resource would be revealed, and that "No Canadian authorities will be happy." Turns out Canada's greatest natural resource is...[[spoiler:dirt.]]
** It's also a land chocked filled with wieners separated from America by a river of beans in the episode "Wiener Barons".
** It also helps that some of the episodes are done in Canada by Carbuncle Cartoons, and that Creator/JohnKricfalusi himself is from Canada as well.
* ''WesternAnimation/RickySprocketShowbizBoy?''. One of Ricky Sprocket's friends has a Canadian accent.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', the Pickles stop at "North of the Border," a Canadian-themed theme park/tourist trap. Some of its attractions are a mini version of Niagara Falls and an igloo-shaped restaurant where everything is made with maple syrup. When Grandpa wakes up in the car, he thinks he's actually in Canada without a passport and tries to hide from the "Mounties" (which are actually just park handymen in Mountie uniforms).
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
--> "I know we don't call as often as we should, and we aren't as well behaved as our goody-two-shoes brother Canada - who by the way has never had a girlfriend... I'm just saying."
** Homer, when asked if the family can visit Canada:
---> "Canada? Why should we leave America to visit America junior?"
** This is followed by the Simpsons visiting Toronto. They are seen on a bus with an RCMP officer, a hockey player, and a Sasquatch.
** "I moved here from Can-a-da, and they think I'm slow, eh?"
** "Boy Meets Curl" featured the 2010 Winter Olympics, and the ceremonial release of the beavers ("the Canadian dove"). Also featured was Bart's new friend, Milhoose ("your sister's loonier than a one dollar coin, eh"), and a bully modeled on Nelson who trips and taunts Milhoose with the words, "Hoo hoo!"
* Canada in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' is the home of Terrence and Philip, which were originally intended as a parody of ''South Park'' itself: a crudely drawn and animated show about farts. However, later episodes turned Terrence and Philip into real people and made all Canadians look and act like them: they are all crudely drawn, move their mouths by "flapping" the tops of their heads, speak in a rapid-paced and stylized accent, address each other as "buddy" or "guy," and fart a lot. More traditional Canadian stereotypes, such as moose, mounties, maple syrup and Kraft Dinner are also commonly addressed.
* The Blizzarians in ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'' are a race of mountain-dwelling Canadian furries. "Who needs all that dirt and rock when you can have nice, cold snow, eh?" The show was made in Canada, so it was probably tongue-in-cheek.
* Ezekiel from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'' is a walking example o this. Thick accent and all, eh.
** 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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** {{Fanon}} generally holds that Commander Shepard is of Canadian descent, due to Shepard voice actors (male and female) hailing from Canada. Lampshaded in the third game (possibly as AscendedFanon) if Shepard is in a romance with Samantha Traynor:
--->''[Traynor had been angsting about humanity ending up like the Quarians]''\\

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** {{Fanon}} generally holds that Commander Shepard is of Canadian descent, due to Shepard Shepard's voice actors (male and female) hailing from Canada. Lampshaded in the third game (possibly as AscendedFanon) if Shepard is in a romance with Samantha Traynor:
--->''[Traynor had been angsting about humanity ending up like the Quarians]''\\quarians]''\\



---> '''Kaidan''': We have beef, bacon, we have beer... "[[SelfDeprecation the foods of my people]]".

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---> '''Kaidan''': We have beef, bacon, we have beer... "[[SelfDeprecation [[SelfDeprecation the foods of my people]]".people]].
29th Feb '16 7:30:48 AM StFan
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* Creator/TerryPratchett decreed that no part of the ''{{Discworld}}'' should resemble any part of North America. However, the canon expanded to include Red Indians (''ReaperMan''), a suspiciously NewOrleans-like Delta (''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'') and a pre-conquest Mexico (''Discworld/{{Eric}}''), thus breaking his own rule. Fanfic author [[Creator/AAPessimal A.A. Pessimal]] added the land of '''Aceria'''[[note]]From the Latatian ''acer'' meaning "leaf of the maple tree"[[/note]], which is Canada with all the knobs turned UpToEleven. It includes transvestite lumberjacks, maple syrup, Mounties, stroppy Quirmian-speakers in L'Acerie Quirmienne and (to be able to encompass Country and Widdershins Music) has an {{Eagleland}}-like annex called "Lower Aceria" which has states rather than provinces. Aceria is growing with the fanon. Assassins' Guild School students from Quirmian Aceria and [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Rimwards Howondaland]] speak about the cultural differences betwen Home and Ankh-Morpork '''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10383608/7/The-Prospectus here]]'''.

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* Creator/TerryPratchett decreed that no part of the ''{{Discworld}}'' ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' should resemble any part of North America. However, the canon expanded to include Red Indians (''ReaperMan''), (''Discworld/ReaperMan''), a suspiciously NewOrleans-like Delta (''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'') and a pre-conquest Mexico (''Discworld/{{Eric}}''), thus breaking his own rule. Fanfic author [[Creator/AAPessimal A.A. Pessimal]] Creator/AAPessimal added the land of '''Aceria'''[[note]]From the Latatian ''acer'' meaning "leaf of the maple tree"[[/note]], which is Canada with all the knobs turned UpToEleven. It includes transvestite lumberjacks, maple syrup, Mounties, stroppy Quirmian-speakers in L'Acerie Quirmienne and (to be able to encompass Country and Widdershins Music) has an {{Eagleland}}-like annex called "Lower Aceria" which has states rather than provinces. Aceria is growing with the fanon. Assassins' Guild School students from Quirmian Aceria and [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Rimwards Howondaland]] speak about the cultural differences betwen between Home and Ankh-Morpork '''[[https://www.in fanfic ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10383608/7/The-Prospectus here]]'''.The Prospectus]]''.
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* ''WebVideo/BroTeamPill'' hails from Toronto, and makes a few jokes about, such as this from the ''VideoGame/BeyondTwoSouls'' video:
--> Observe: a young, not yet offended Nova Scotian. She's one of the few who's gone there and made it back. [...] But the eyes of a Nova Scotian are accustomed to the dark!



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* In ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'', Maxwell's crusader army includes 509 holy hosers from Canada's Salvation Army.
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