Our hopes are high. Our faith in the people is great. Our courage is strong. And our dreams for this beautiful country will never die.— Pierre Trudeau
Lust Canada Funny quotations
Under this flag may our youth find new inspiration for loyalty to Canada;
for a patriotism based not on any mean or narrow nationalism, but on the deep and equal pride that all Canadians will feel for every part of this good land.
There are no limits to the majestic future which lies before the mighty expanse of Canada with its virile, aspiring, cultured, and generous-hearted people.
I just think you Westerners should take over this country if you are so smart.
I am so excited about Canadians ruling the world.
When I'm in Canada, I feel this is what the world should be like.
After all, we fought the Yanks in 1812 and kicked them the hell out of our country - but not with blanks.
A Canadian is somebody who knows how to make love in a canoe.
If you don't think that your country should come before yourself, you can better serve your country by livin' someplace else.
I saw a notice that said "Drink Canada Dry" and I've just started.
Canada is the linchpin of the English-speakin g world
Canada is the greatest nation in this country.
That's the first time he had started from the front row in a Grand Prix, having done so in Canada earlier this year.
I always thought of this as God's country.
The great themes of Canadian history are as follows: Keeping the Americans out, keeping the French in, and trying to get the Natives to somehow disappear.
The US is our trading partner, our neighbour, our ally and our friend.
.. and sometimes we'd like to give them such a smack!
I'm not going to play politics on the floor of the House of Commons.
The huge advantage of Canada is its backwardness.
We peer so suspiciously at each other that we cannot see that we Canadians are standing on the mountaintop of human wealth, freedom and privilege.
Border relations between Canada and Mexico have never been better.
Canadians are the people who learned to live without the bold accents of the natural ego-trippers of other lands.
Canadian pride may not rest on our sleeves, but it resides deeply in our hearts.
We have it all. We have great diversity of people, we have a wonderful land, and we have great possibilities. So all those things combined there's nowhere else I'd rather be.
There are few, if any, Canadian men that have never spelled their name in a snow bank.
We'll explain the appeal of curling to you if you explain the appeal of the National Rifle Association to us.
My dad had this thing - everyone in Canada wants to play hockey;
that's all they want to do. So when I was a kid, whenever we skated my dad would not let us on the ice without hockey sticks, because of this insane fear we would become figure skaters!
Many Canadian nationalists harbour the bizarre fear that should we ever reject royalty, we would instantly mutate into Americans, as though the Canadian sense of self is so frail and delicate a bud, that the only thing stopping it from being swallowed whole by the US is an English lady in a funny hat.
Quebec from the boat looked like the ramparts where Hamlet's ghost might have walked.
I'm from Canada, so Thanksgiving to me is just Thursday with more food. And I'm thankful for that.
Canadians have an abiding interest in surprising those Americans who have historically made little effort to learn about their neighbour to the North.
Hysterically funny, amazingly talented people.
That's what I think of when I think of Canada. That, and cold beer. And mountains.
With or without the Royals, we are not Americans.
Nor are we British. Or French. Or Void. We are something else. And the sooner we define this, the better.
I read and learned and fretted more about Canada after I left than I ever did while I was home. I absorbed anything I could on topics that ranged from Folklore to history to political mainifestos... I ranted and raved and seethed about things beyond my control. In short I acted like a Canadian.
It seems that Canada's historic mission is to come to the selfless aid both of its friends and of complete strangers, and then, once the crisis is over, to be well and truly ignored. Canada is the perpetual wallflower that stands on the edge of the hall, waiting for someone to come and ask her for a dance.
Welcome to 'Who's Line Is It Anyway' the show where everything's made up and the points don't matter. That's right the points are just like Canada.