The Canadian Western
is The Western IN CANADA!
, with a few characteristic differences. There tends to be more snow in Canada than in the western United States. And then there's the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, who always get their man
(or so they're supposed to do): if it doesn't have Mounties, it's not a Canadian Western.
- King of the Royal Mounted.
- The post-apocalyptic Western, Six Reasons Why takes place in a future Canada's desert landscape.
- The Gary Cooper movie North West Mounted Police.
- The Grey Fox.
- The Canadian TV series Bordertown is set in a town that straddles the US/Canadian border somewhere in the west. The border goes through the middle of the law enforcement office, with a corporal in the Northwest Mounted Police having his desk on the north side, and a U.S. Marshal having his on the south side.
- Sergeant Preston of the Yukon and his sled dog/ally Yukon King.
- The musical Rose-Marie. There are three film versions, all including considerable changes.