Quote: Originally Posted by I think not
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.
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.