Discussion in 'The Pub' started by EricPeterson, May 5, 2016.
Reminds me of this:
I'm confused, Eric.
Is the graphic saying 50% of Canadians live in the States?
what's this all aboot?
49%. The other 1% live in Mexico...
I think it is saying half of Canadians live in or near Toronto and Ottawa
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.
And Nova Scotia, apparently.
Plenty of room here, c'mon up.
All right. Important safety tip. Thanks, Egon.
What percentage of Canadians would allow their significant other to have a best friend of the opposite sex?
North or south of the line?
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.
I've lived north of that line and it kinda' sucked. Happier and warmer in 'Southern Canada'.
Are you north of the Arctic Circle too or between the 60th and the circle? Dude, winters must get old up there...
Like she'd ask for my approval. LOL.
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.
I'll trade ya. Get me outta here.
Seasonally adjusted: 25% in Florida.