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I know we have several Canadians here at BetterMost, so I just wanted to take a moment to say "Happy Canada Day!" I love this beautiful country and I am very proud to be Canadian!

Oh, and while we're in the Canadian spirit, how about a hot (but awful) Canadian actor:

Sheriff Roland:
Bonne fête du Canada à tous!!!

Happy Canada Day!!!   ;D

Sheriff Roland:

--- Quote from: ednbarby on July 01, 2006, 07:49:48 am ---Happy Canada Day!!!   ;D

--- End quote ---
Merci Barb

Now let's draw a list & see if we can get the Canadians of BetterMost to come out of the woodwork.


Mandy (dmmb_Mandy), from St John's, Newfoundland (who got us started)

Bill (Seaweed727) from Nova Scocia - who's probably too busy to join us today, seeing as he's part organiser of a 12 000 + musical outdoor festival in his small (- 1 000 people) town

Nicole Ross, Toronto, Ontario - who hasn't posted since mid April
Chanterais, Toronto, Ontario - ditto, mid June
Me, Toronto, Ontario (BTW, I've never met either one of these ladies, but I've met Bill!)

Milli (Lucise), Calgary, Alberta - who claims to drink more than talk, on weekends (yea, right!) - now leading in the motormouth BeterMostian challenge
"Professor" Cassey Cornelius, Calgary, Alberta - who actually lurked here two days ago, but hasn't posted since early May

and the newbie (well to BetterMost, anyways) forsythia from British Columbia

and Pierre Tremblay an his wife (Nicole?) whom I've hear have posted here but I dunno ... - they are Canadians, right?


Happy Canada Day All

And anyone I missed, let us all know who you are, from where you hail, and let's celebrate together, hey?

Sheriff Roland:
I am Canadian!

I am not a lumber jack or a fur trader,
and I don't live in an igloo or eat blubber or own a dog sled,
and I don't know Jimmy, Sally or Suzie from Canada although I am certain they're really really nice, uh.
I have a Prime Minister not a president.
I speak English and French, not American,
and I pronounce it about, not a boot.

I can proudly sew my country's flag on my back pack,
I believe in peace keeping not policing, diversity not assimilation,
and that the beaver is a truly proud and noble animal.
A toque is a hat, a chesterfield is a couch.
And it is pronounced zed, not zee, zed.
Canada is the second largest landmass,
the first nation of hockey,
and the best part of North America,
my name is Roland,

Thank You.


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