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November 10, 2006 3:10pm CST
What Does Canada Mean to you?
26 responses
@moneymind (10524)
• Philippines
11 Nov 06
canada to me is just another country with thier own political problem and internal affairs which i do not have any idea and also its a taboo to use a spoon in eating like what happen to a grade school pupil which get reprimanded for using a spoon during meal time.... now i wonder what do canadians use spoons for... any idea. greetings. : )
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• Canada
11 Nov 06
A silver spoon is so outdated! In this day of age the uber-rich should be brought up with a diamond pacifier instead, right?! I mean, come on, silver? Pui!
• Canada
11 Nov 06
diamond pacifier  - diamond pacifier
diamond pacifier
@moneymind (10524)
• Philippines
11 Nov 06
canada to me is just another country with thier own political problem and internal affairs which i do not have any idea and also its a taboo to use a spoon in eating like what happen to a grade school pupil which get reprimanded for using a spoon during meal time.... now i wonder what do canadians use spoons for... any idea. greetings. : )
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@tmnjyk (3487)
• Canada
12 Nov 06
kabayan! canadians don't use spoon and fork:) yes! I heard that news too, somewhere , maybe I read that in GMA sites. Yes! I am a filipina and living in Canada, and I find it difficult to me in restaurants, as I always ask for plain steamed rice and spoon please? another, they don't have pineapple juice in the restaurants, it's usually orange, apple, etc. Our culture is way way different than here. OK, here is how they eat, they eat with fork and knife, while us filipinos, we always use spoon AND fork, or by hand:),because we always eat plain steamed rice three times aday,(and it's hard to eat with fork and knife)and I still do even I'm in Canada now:), and when I get canadian visitors here in our house, it amazed them that I have 2 sacks of rice in my kitchen:) and they asked me who will eat all of that! and I said me! alone!...and they also find it different. Every country has different culture and traditions.
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@tmnjyk (3487)
• Canada
12 Nov 06
I meant, Canadians use fork and KNIFE while Filipinos use SPOON and fork.
• India
28 Nov 06
Canada is wher i want to settledowm...gets me happy whn i think bout Canada :)
• Canada
28 Nov 06
cool, thanks for the response
@14missy (3185)
• Australia
28 Nov 06
To me, Canada is a land on the other side of the world (I'm from Australia) It is also a country that competes against us in the commonwealth games. We do tend to beat you in the swimming events though....
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
thanks for the response
• United States
28 Nov 06
Canada? it means elk, caribou, and reindeer. good hunting. it also means the neighbor to the north is still alive :)
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
awsome, thanks for the response
@pedumfio (667)
• Canada
28 Nov 06
It means, cold weather, lots of snow and frsotbite.
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
awsome, thanks for the response
@Undefeated (4793)
• Singapore
28 Nov 06
many leaf there . LOL !
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
awsome, thanks for the response
@baysmummy (1639)
• Australia
14 Nov 06
Does anyone know why red and white are Canada's official colours. I heard somewhere that the red represents blood shed in World War I and the white represents the land. Can anyone confirm this?
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
awsome, thanks for the response
@Meljep (1668)
• United States
14 Nov 06
You don't hear much about Canada. When I think of Canada I envision the snow and the French language being spoken.
• Canada
28 Nov 06
awsome, thanks for the response
@ishqvishq (1023)
• India
14 Nov 06
i don't know
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
awsome, thanks for the response
@suzieque (2342)
• Canada
14 Nov 06
Canada means my home country where I was born and brought up. Canda means peace, love, and diversity. Canada means being laid back and where a lot of funny comedians were from. Some comedians Jim Carrey, Mike Myers, ect.
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• Canada
14 Nov 06
Like your answer
@bhchy1 (6052)
• United States
14 Nov 06
Ahhhhhh its the country to the north of me and people speak English and French there?
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
awsome, thanks for the response
• United States
14 Nov 06
nothing
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
thanks for the response
@buenavida (7756)
• Sweden
12 Nov 06
My aunt moved to Canada from Finland many years ago. I would like to go there some day, maybe they need people who can teach scandinavian languages there, since so many have emigrated there from these counties and they probably have grandchilder who can only speak English or French...
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
awsome, thanks for the response
@tmnjyk (3487)
• Canada
12 Nov 06
Oh, peacemaker:) and great benefits:) and people are very friendly:) have a great day fellow Canuks!
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
awsome, thanks for the response
@sksingh (1413)
• Germany
12 Nov 06
just a place to live
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
awsome, thanks for the response
@cyfernet (2797)
• India
12 Nov 06
the symbol looks peaceful so canada must be peaceful
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• Canada
12 Nov 06
Well with a second hand military that is falling apart we have nothing but to be peaceful :)
@ZowieR (942)
• Canada
12 Nov 06
Canada means freedom to be who you want, and health benifits.
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• Canada
12 Nov 06
Health benifits yeah but we have a sloppy health care system....
@Undefeated (4793)
• Singapore
12 Nov 06
For me Canada is a nice place . Clean ~
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• Canada
12 Nov 06
Except if you got to Montreal or Toronto
• India
11 Nov 06
anyway, how word canada is evolved? Its young country. who has given this name and what sit meaning
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• Canada
28 Nov 06
awsome, thanks for the response