''They say "Eh" instead of "What" or "Duh" that's the mighty power of Canada
— Five Iron Frenzy, "Oh Canada"
Its a long, long way from Canada
A long way from snow chains
— Joni Mitchell, "Dreamland"
Then our reality came crashing down around us. Mike Myers said the word "aboot" in one of the few sketches where he wasn't doing a Scottish or British accent, so we asked around and found out the sickening truth: Every funny person in the world was from Canada.
Take Off! To The Great White North!
Received same call from Mr. Bucholz, with same refusal to press charges or exit premises in the company of officers. I suggest that Mr. Bucholz may be mentally ill, in light of his extreme sense of civic duty coupled with inhuman levels of politeness.
Correction: Please strike suggestion of mental illness from Record. Mr. Bucholz is simply Canadian.
Oh Canada, our home and native land
Oh kick it
Keep saving the beauty, dig it
Well you can tell from the way that I say Eh, I'm from Canada
We can speak the English but we do Francais, up in Canada
And it's full of big, hairy guys, named Renee`
Up in Canada, I'm talking Canada
Go, go, go, back to Canada
Go, go, go, back to Canadaaaaaaaaa-haaaaaaa...........haaaaaaaaaaa
Well if you like luge the dog sledd'n too head to Canada
We got loads of sights and the northern lights, up in Canada
And special nights for hockey games with lots of fights in Canada
So lets sail forth, to the great white north Canada
Go, go, go, back to Canada
Lets all go BACK to Canadaaaaaaaaa-haaaaaaa...........haaaaaaaaaaa
Back to Canada
— Norb, The Angry Beavers
''The Great White North, CANADA! where you can enjoy a beautiful train ride, and go back to freezing cold temperatures, Hockey, Canadian bacon, Hockey, bears, Hockey, maple syrup, more bears, Hockey......wait, Did I mention Hockey?
— Shawn Michaels to the Hart Dynasty, eh?
The tragedy of Canada is that they could have enjoyed French cuisine, British culture, and American technology.
Instead, they got British cuisine, American culture, and French technology.
—John Robert Colombo
It's so clean and bland! I'm home!
—Marge Simpson, The Simpsons
The only thing more Canadian than rioting after a hockey game is apologizing for it for two weeks afterwards
Most popular Twitter repost following the 2011 Vancouver hockey riot.
ďIím proud to be Canadian. We may not have a fancy NFL team, or Prince, but we invented Trivial Pursuit - youíre welcome, Earth. Plus, in Canada, you can go to an all-nude strip club and order alcohol. Thatís right. From Moose Jaw to the Bay of Fundy, you can suck down a 20-ounce Pilsner while watching some coal minerís daughter strip down to her pelt. Jealous?Ē
— Robin Scherbatsky, How I Met Your Mother (Worth noting: you can do this in one spot in Vegas)
Chugga: Go be Canadian somewhere else!
Shepard: I promise you, in a few months, we'll be sipping drinks back in Vancouver.
Samantha Traynor: Vancouver? Not Paris, not Venice. Vancouver.
Shepard: It's a lovely city!
Samantha: You never take me anywhere nice.
Shepard: What are we having? Canadian delicacy of some sort?
Kaidan: Uh, sure, exactly. We have beef, bacon, we have beer...the foods of my people.
— Mass Effect 3: Citadel
"Canada is like a loft apartment over a really great party."
— Robin Williams, Live on Broadway