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You know that these two nations are at war for a few acres of snow, and they are spending... more than all of Canada is worth
Voltaire

It makes little difference, Canada is useful only to provide me with furs
Madame de Pompadour

I fear that I have not got much to say about Canada, not having seen much, what I got by going to Canada was a cold.
Henry Thoreau

I don't even know what street Canada is on
Al Capone

Canada has a climate nine months winter and three months late in the fall
American saying

A sub-artic lumber village converted by Royal Mandate into a political cock fighting pit
Goldwin Smith on Ottawa

I find that Newfoundland is said to be celebrated for it's codfish, its dogs, its hogs and its fogs
Sir William Whiteway

The purity of the air of Newfoundland is without doubt due to the fact that the people never open their windows
JG Millais

Quebec does not have opinions, only sentiments
HL Mencken

Montreal is the only place where a good French accent isn't a social assett
Brendan Behan

Toronto as a city carries out the idea of Canada as a country. It is a calculated crime both against the aspirations of the soul and the affection of the heart
Aleister Crowley

The cold narrow minds, the confined ideas, the by-gone prejudices of the society are hardly conceivable; books there are none, nor music, and as to pictures! the Lord deliver us from such! The people do not know what a picture is.
Anna Jameson, Canadian writer

How utterly destitute of all light and charm are the intellectual conditions of our people and the institutions of our public life! How barbarous!
Archibald Lampman, Canadian writer

Canada is useful only to provide me with furs.
Madame de Pompadour, French socialite, after the fall of Quebec, 1759

This gloomy region, where the year is divided into one day and one night, lies entirely outside the stream of history.
W. W. Reade, British explorer and novelist, 1872

 


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