Half the Canadian population lives below this line

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  1. EricPeterson

    EricPeterson Member

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    Reminds me of this:

     
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    I'm confused, Eric.

    Is the graphic saying 50% of Canadians live in the States?
     
  3. T Dizz

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    what's this all aboot?
     
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    49%. The other 1% live in Mexico...
     
  5. EricPeterson

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    I think it is saying half of Canadians live in or near Toronto and Ottawa
     
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    Ah, okay.

    I couldn't tell where the border was.

    Yeah, makes sense. Almost all of the cities in Canada are fairly close to the US border.
     
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    Montreal too...
     
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    And Nova Scotia, apparently.

    Plenty of room here, c'mon up. :D
     
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    All right. Important safety tip. Thanks, Egon.
     
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    What percentage of Canadians would allow their significant other to have a best friend of the opposite sex?
     
  12. EricPeterson

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    North or south of the line?
     
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    I live north of 60 but soon to remedy that by moving to yyc or yyz. I am a little tired of the North. Someday maybe I'll be lucky enough to live in California.
     
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    I've lived north of that line and it kinda' sucked. Happier and warmer in 'Southern Canada'.
     
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    Are you north of the Arctic Circle too or between the 60th and the circle? Dude, winters must get old up there...
     
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    Like she'd ask for my approval. LOL.
     
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    I live in Yellowknife. Still south of the arctic circle. Spent some time up there though this last winter driving the air ambulance around the north. Farthest North I ever got was Pond Inlet. We had a mild winter in Yellowknife. I think the coldest I saw on the thermometer was -37 celsius. Maybe sounds bad but usually its worse.
     
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    I'll trade ya. Get me outta here.
     
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