• What does that cute tiny little British Queen with the hat, that met Trump today, do for us in Canada since we still have her?

    Best answer: We are an independent colony. We make up our own laws and such but she has the veto power to cancel any laws we make. Her representative is the real head of the government. Governor general is listed as the CEO of the crown corporation of Canada. That is the head of the government. When we sort of went... show more
    Best answer: We are an independent colony. We make up our own laws and such but she has the veto power to cancel any laws we make. Her representative is the real head of the government. Governor general is listed as the CEO of the crown corporation of Canada. That is the head of the government.

    When we sort of went independent we really didn't do so. We didn't change or create a new government system. We just continued with the old one.

    Canada day is the celebration of the day when the Crown Corporation was registered with the home office which is the Central Bank of London.

    Our government is technically a corporate entity. Complete with it's own business number, credit rating etc.

    This is the crux and what most people don't understand the significance of.

    "Consent of the governed" doesn't mean voting for people to work in government. It means the crown corp has to get our permission to be governed via contract. Drivers licences, hunting licences boating licences etc. They all require a contract to be signed by you. And if you understand contract law you will see that these licences are you agreeing to abide by their rules for these activities.

    It is NOT about safety or anything. They get our consent by contract. However, the crown corp along with any government is about force. So if you choose not to contractually to abide by their rules and give them money then they use force to imprison you.

    There are other reasons why they can do this which I won't get into because it is whole other subject.
    8 answers · Other - Canada · 3 days ago
  • America is awesome and Canada sucks. Agree?

    Americans rule and Canadians drool. America is the land of opportunity, and it has great ambitious people. Canada is just an irrelevant dump. Not to mention, the Quebec people are French speaking baboons. English is the language of North America. Canadian women are ugly and none of them have anything on the... show more
    Americans rule and Canadians drool. America is the land of opportunity, and it has great ambitious people. Canada is just an irrelevant dump. Not to mention, the Quebec people are French speaking baboons. English is the language of North America. Canadian women are ugly and none of them have anything on the gorgeous American goddesses.
    4 answers · Other - Canada · 2 days ago
  • Why can't Canadians admit that they're just Americans in disguise?

    Canadians and Americans both have the exact same accent, looks, language, etc. The cultures are similar. The countries are only divided by flags. I also think American flags should be flown in Canada. In truth, Canada isn't a country. It's just a bland extension of the United States where it snows all... show more
    Canadians and Americans both have the exact same accent, looks, language, etc. The cultures are similar. The countries are only divided by flags. I also think American flags should be flown in Canada. In truth, Canada isn't a country. It's just a bland extension of the United States where it snows all the time, the locals are hockey obsessed peasants, and where half the land is uninhabitable. The Canucks will be all butthurt and will never admit this. Lol
    8 answers · Other - Canada · 1 week ago
  • What if Americans (from the Northeast) went to Canada and did this?

    Go to Toronto and Montreal and: -Waved American flags everywhere -Shouted "Murica!" -Got drunk and pissed in the street -Wore Bruins or Flyers jerseys -Shouted "F*ck Canada!" -Told the locals to "Speak English not gibberish" in Montreal -Sexually abused local women -Burned Canadian... show more
    Go to Toronto and Montreal and: -Waved American flags everywhere -Shouted "Murica!" -Got drunk and pissed in the street -Wore Bruins or Flyers jerseys -Shouted "F*ck Canada!" -Told the locals to "Speak English not gibberish" in Montreal -Sexually abused local women -Burned Canadian (and French if in Montreal) flags in the street Look, I happen to like and respect Canada and the people. But I just asked for the North American equivalent of what the English do when they go to Wales. What the English do to the Welsh is like what Americans do to Canadians.
    6 answers · Montreal · 1 week ago
  • Is Ontario great for the fall?

    5 answers · Toronto · 1 week ago
  • What jobs do Canadians dislike?

    8 answers · Other - Canada · 2 weeks ago
  • How did the Royal Family (the one from Britain) celebrate Canada Day since they still reign over Canada?

    Best answer: They laugh at the colonials who believe they couldn't cope without borrowing someone else's head of state.
    Best answer: They laugh at the colonials who believe they couldn't cope without borrowing someone else's head of state.
    9 answers · Other - Canada · 2 weeks ago
  • Canadians in general are not nice, but French Canadians are horrible people. Agree?

    Canadians are not the nicest people, despite what everyone says. Sure those in say Toronto or Vancouver are okay ish, but go to Montreal and NOBODY is nice! If you aren't from Quebec, let alone speak French, they completely ignore you! I know many people who lived in Montreal for a year, spoke perfect French... show more
    Canadians are not the nicest people, despite what everyone says. Sure those in say Toronto or Vancouver are okay ish, but go to Montreal and NOBODY is nice! If you aren't from Quebec, let alone speak French, they completely ignore you! I know many people who lived in Montreal for a year, spoke perfect French and not made one friend the entire time. And don't get me started on their women! Very stuck up and unapproachable. Forget all that, people in Montreal walk down the street with a dead look in their eye. Hardly any of them smile. After a few glasses of wine, maybe they'd smirk but that's it!
    15 answers · Other - Canada · 3 weeks ago
  • Are the bad areas of London, Ontario as bad as Detroit?

    Best answer: No. They have gun control in Canada and GB. You are literally 40x less likely to be the victim of a gun crime and 60x less likely to be killed by a gunman.
    Best answer: No. They have gun control in Canada and GB. You are literally 40x less likely to be the victim of a gun crime and 60x less likely to be killed by a gunman.
    5 answers · Other - Canada · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it possible to drive from California to Vancouver?

    I was wondering because I saw a car driving with California plates in Vancouver today?
    I was wondering because I saw a car driving with California plates in Vancouver today?
    21 answers · Vancouver · 3 weeks ago
  • Why is Canada homicide rate so small compared to America?

    Best answer: In the American constitution people have a right to carry a concealed weapon.
    In Canada we don't have that right. People in Canada can get arrested just for carrying a gun, if they don't have a license or permit to have one.
    Best answer: In the American constitution people have a right to carry a concealed weapon.
    In Canada we don't have that right. People in Canada can get arrested just for carrying a gun, if they don't have a license or permit to have one.
    23 answers · Other - Canada · 3 weeks ago
  • Is it possible to go to Alaska from Vancouver without taking a cruise ship?

    Best answer: YES
    From Vancouver Washington cross into Portland and fly from the Airport.
    From Vancouver Canada Air Canada has seasonal flights to Anchorage.

    You could drive from both to Alaska if you want.
    You do not have to go to Vancouver to get a flight to Alaska.
    Best answer: YES
    From Vancouver Washington cross into Portland and fly from the Airport.
    From Vancouver Canada Air Canada has seasonal flights to Anchorage.

    You could drive from both to Alaska if you want.
    You do not have to go to Vancouver to get a flight to Alaska.
    6 answers · Vancouver · 3 weeks ago