I have found tthat Canadian men hate to be steriotyped, so I won't even go there and you should not expect one normal set of definitions to apply to all Canadian men, Tree. I have found, however that for the most part, the Canadian men I have met are a polite, charming and opinionated group of people and due to the harsh, Northern climate they are used to, they make excellent 'bed warmers'. A Canadian man will not take easily to being classified annd react harshly to the bed-warmer reference that I just made. They will probably not get physically violent with me, but, will withhold feet warming priviledges untill I learn a Valueable Life Lesson concerning generalizing people and their qualities. That is a good thing and I have learned volumns about how to treat the world with compassion and respect from these wise fellows.
For the most part, they are an accepting group and try not to put value judgements on others. Even though they have developed a highly evolved vocabulary of off-colour words for Pedestrians and greedy drivers. They, themselves are courteous drivers and obey the laws of the highway to the max. It gets less scary with each episode and it is an entertaining pastime to see their antics.
Even though they seek peacefull answers for todays problems, you might not be able to tell that they are taking that path.
Canadian men are usually loving and caring partners and try very hard to keep their families safe and happy.
Beer may be the only thing that would hinder this goal. Beer seems to come first in most cases. You must have an entire line for beer in any budget you are trying to follow.
On the negetive tip, I really have no comments as this is a rare and unusual occurance.
I recommend that you look around as the Rev suggested and find a Canadian man to devote your entire life to.
You will find the investment a great one.
Keep this a secret.....eh?
We don't want the entire world scoping out the herd.