What is the best state in Canada & why


Rushie
#1
Without causing a lot of arguements, What is the best state in Canada & why.
Cheers,
David
 
Toro
#2
The best "state" in Canada is Vancouver.
 
EastSideScotian
#3
Well, Iam Guessing your not really schooled on Canadian Geography. In Canada, we have Provinces, they Basicly work like US states. Each Province has Governing Party which we elect every 4 years.

With that being said the Best Province is Nova Scotia, We are the first Province to be Settled in Canada, and one of the Original Provinces to Join confederation. We are where most new Canadians would Arive by Boat. We have one of the most Tech-driven and Advanced Cities in Canada/North America Halifax. We are the Gateway to Shipping in the Atlantic Ocean. We have some of the Best Beers Known to man made right in the Province. We are more than usually happy to help out. We have a strange accent that sets us apart from evryone else. We are the beginning of Canadian History. Wehave many National parks and a very diverse culture and community.

the poeple of Nova Scotia, are the back bone and work hourses of Canada, we will go anywhere for work and do anything to support our families and ourselves that others would rahter not do. We are widely Diverse, and are proud of who we are. I dont a Nova Scotian that would pick any other Province but Nova Scotia. Sure we go on the Move for work in the OIl fields, or Towers in Quebec and Toronto, but we always come back. And so does anyone that Visits.

My Second Favorite would be British Columbia.
 
missile
#4
My favourite state? Why it's "Blissful Ignorance" And thanx for asking.
 
Curiosity
#5
Lord - someone had to hit the obvious geographical response.... neverthess I am weighing in.....

The best "state in Canada" is probably "stoned".
 
Kreskin
#6
My favorite is the state of self indulgent euphoria. My least favorite, the state of anxiety.
 
I think not
#7
Nova Scotia, where people are truly kind and polite. The rudest I have seen are in BC.
 
Kreskin
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

Nova Scotia, where people are truly kind and polite. The rudest I have seen are in BC.

Huh? Rude? I AM NOT RUDE YOU %^$^%...

just kidding
 
Curiosity
#9
HUH???

B.C. kicked me out due "rudeness".
 
I think not
#10
Except Kreskin.
 
EastSideScotian
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by Kreskin

Quote: Originally Posted by I think not

Nova Scotia, where people are truly kind and polite. The rudest I have seen are in BC.

Huh? Rude? I AM NOT RUDE YOU %^$^%...

just kidding

lol
 
Rushie
#12
Apologies to all.
You are quite right, I am not schooled in Canadian Geography, I should have known that you call them "provience's" and not "states", I hope that I have not offended anyone.
Thanks for the replies though.
Dave
 
EastSideScotian
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by Rushie

Apologies to all.
You are quite right, I am not schooled in Canadian Geography, I should have known that you call them "provience's" and not "states", I hope that I have not offended anyone.
Thanks for the replies though.
Dave

Not at all, its a simple mistake.
 
Sassylassie
#14
Dave ask any question you like, we were just teasing you in a good natured sorta way. Welcome aboard to the Big Ship CC, our Captain's name is Andem and he has a peg leg and a Parrot named Joe. And he's scaryyyyyyyyyyyyy.
 
EastSideScotian
#15
Yes and make sur eyou hide your puppies he has been known to eat them for fun.
 
eh1eh
#16
How do you make a puppy shake?

1 cup of puppy
1 cup of ice cream
Blend well, enjoy.

Not as good as a cat shake.
 
earth_as_one
#17
Maybe Rushie was referring to best state as in state of mind. In which case his question would make sense.
 
earth_as_one
#18
So he did mean provinces.

North Ontario:







 
Sassylassie
#19
The best state as in state of mind? Well deniel of course, if you pretend it doesn't exist ergo no problemo. Not that I'm denying it or anything.
 
Doryman
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by I think notView Post

Nova Scotia, where people are truly kind and polite. The rudest I have seen are in BC.

I agree, take a trip to Tofino sometime... shudder.


There's something you should know about Canada lad, you should never ask someone where they are from. If they're from Newfoundland you'll know soon enough.

If they're not, they'll be too ashamed to admit it.

HAHAHAHA

seriously though, I am biased towards NL and the East Coast in general, soo...

If you want a simple life, good friends, good times and beautiful scenery, I'd suggest you keep it to Newfoundland. However, the economy is in shambles, so you may need to take it to Nova Scotia. Not too bad, I love the place myself, as well as New Brunswick.

PEI is an island resort and a nice place, just make sure you can keep up with the Tignish moonshine. Also.. must love Ann of Greene Gables...

BC is abso-friggin-lutely BEEEAAUUTTIFFUULLL... too bad it's filled to the brim with Coffee shop Communists and Vege-Marxists who just absolutely have to save you, in a shrill voice, from your own stupidity and ignorance of what is right. There's a lot of politics wrapped up in BC, but if you can brush that off then its a paradise.

Alberta has the money, and from what I've seen the people are pretty friendly and welcoming. Lots of wide open spaces, towering mountains and vast plains. Beautiful place for an outdoorsman or anyone seeking work. ( It's also full of emigrant Newfies.... has to be a paradise..)

The Prairie provinces are, from what I saw, the epitome of the stereotype shown by all the shows about them. Hardworking, warm-hearted, simple people. May be boring for a City person, but when you grow up and straighten yourself out, they'll be waiting with a smile, a load of work to be done and a beer at the end of the day.

Ontario has Toronto.

Quebec, historical and beautiful, but political as a University student trying to get laid at the Student Newspapper.
 
Liliput
#21
I second or was it third the vote for Nova Scotia. We have a little bit of everything. Space, nature, beaches, cities, and still have heaps of growth potential. Our people are great, loads of univeristies job potential is not too bad, living expenses are not out of control, heaps of nature but nothing that is likely to kill you if you bump into it. Winters are not too severe, and we have the best beer. You can get just about anything you want or need. I can go to town and not have to lock my door, I love that!
 
Dalreg
#22
Well if it is provinces he wants then Saskatchewan has to be at the top of the list! Everyone has connections to it. Half of you are from here originally.




 
#juan
#23
I don't think anyone has mentioned the state of post orgasmic bliss. On of the better states around..
 

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