Canada. need i say more?. did yea knew? Residents ref Churchill, Canada leave mam ears effer an escape fer pedestrians when might Pelaa Bears Mit'. Main Street. canadians


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#8 - ocnamesaregone (02/18/2013) [-]
Is that picture of a dog versus a 			*******		 polar bear?   
Oh my god the epicness
Is that picture of a dog versus a ******* polar bear?

Oh my god the epicness
User avatar #6 - doesmatter (02/18/2013) [-]
Oh god, that's portably the most canadian thing ever.
#110 to #6 - classybot (02/18/2013) [-]
User avatar #117 to #110 - doesmatter (02/19/2013) [-]
a spelling error, that's all it was.
User avatar #20 to #6 - FJisGAY (02/18/2013) [-]
sorry, but i think you're right eh
User avatar #71 to #6 - ieatsnatch ONLINE (02/18/2013) [-]
User avatar #9 to #6 - coldcanada (02/18/2013) [-]
I don’t think it’s actually very portable
#21 - werrew (02/18/2013) [-]
Too bad Most of us live near the border
MFW this will never happen in Toronto
User avatar #32 to #21 - HayleyWilliams (02/18/2013) [-]
im actually looking into moving to Toronto when I graduate college
User avatar #113 to #32 - werrew (02/18/2013) [-]
It's an okay place to go to. The people are sorta nice. Where are you now ?
User avatar #114 to #113 - HayleyWilliams (02/18/2013) [-]
im in NYC right now. I hate it here
User avatar #118 to #114 - werrew (02/19/2013) [-]
Toronto is like the Canadian version of NYC but with less crime. You also need to get used to the new taxes healthcare system and **** in general. Last time I was in NYC I heard a cop siren everyday. In T.O it less frequent but there is still quite a bit of crime. People are generally Ok if your nice as well
User avatar #119 to #118 - HayleyWilliams (02/20/2013) [-]
I watch Degrassi (yes I'm 10 years i'm 18) but watching it made me love Toronto. Not only that but I've seen so many beautiful pictures of T.O's skyline, like that compared to NYC is totally different but it does not look as crowded. NYC is safe sometimes like my neighborhood and some of those rich neighborhoods but like everything in USA is ****** up. We sit there and watch other people play sports while we sit here and be lazy. I want to travel all across Canada. From Toronto to Inuvik . Weather doesn't bother me but it would be a beautiful change
User avatar #120 to #119 - werrew (02/20/2013) [-]
If your really that optimistic I say go for it. You'd seem to fit in nicely here. There are places though where crime is higher like Scarborough or Jane and Finch. There seems to be at least one incident a night but other then that it's a nice place
User avatar #121 to #120 - HayleyWilliams (02/20/2013) [-]
In the newspaper there is like 9000 shooting in one night. not to far from where I live an NYC ****** shot up a whole bunch of people. He was wearing a hazmat suit and killed some guy in a cab. Then this guy Maksim Gelman who went crazy, killed his father, my sisters ex bestfriends mother and her friend. He went on for 28 hours. He even ran over the crossing guard at my school. My sister said if she hung out with her friend on her birthday, she would have never met this guy. It's so crazy
User avatar #122 to #121 - werrew (02/20/2013) [-]
I'll admit the worst you hear here is that one gang related shooting or stabbing and he occasional robbery or arson. Last time I remember anything serious was either when a body part was found in a river nearby last year or when some dad killed his daughter over family honor a few years back. But stuff like that is pretty rare here. I personally think it's because of the strict gun laws and the police enforcement (who are also realitivly nice)
User avatar #123 to #122 - HayleyWilliams (02/20/2013) [-]
when I was little a cop used me and my mother as a human shield. Oh NYC. Like we have so much crime that Law and Order SVU is based in NY and is on its 14th season because we always have crime. Like I'm fine with gangs or a random body part found but I feel Canada is a much safer place than the US. Like Canada is never in wars and USA starts **** with everyone haha. I'm probably going to be arrested for treason. Sorry not sorry
User avatar #124 to #123 - werrew (02/20/2013) [-]
Hey, your anger is reasonable. I personally think that the states is a nice place to visit not to live in. The awesome part about this city is how diverse it is. I love the mix of culture' talent and all these things people have to share with you. I think moving hear in your case would be awesome for you, as long as you have some sort of a plan on what your gonna do.
User avatar #125 to #124 - HayleyWilliams (02/21/2013) [-]
I personally don't think there is much to do. I mean we do have some famous landmarks like Coney Island in NY and the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Cali. These places have a very high tourist rate compared to actual population. Whenever I walk around in Manhattan or what I call it "the city" I get pissed at tourist. They think everything is amazing around them and I'm like "seen it once, not impressed"
User avatar #126 to #125 - werrew (02/21/2013) [-]
I've been in this city for a while now and there are quite a few surprises here and there
User avatar #57 to #32 - AresX (02/18/2013) [-]
Meh it isn't too great here, lot of crime and ****
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User avatar #26 to #1 - stardustdragonlord (02/18/2013) [-]
it's Canada, what did you expect
#80 - sureshotrhino (02/18/2013) [-]
This sums up living in Churchill
#15 - BIGSEXYISBACKAGAIN (02/18/2013) [-]
You can't get more Canadian than that.
You can't get more Canadian than that.
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User avatar #104 to #102 - fishratsas (02/18/2013) [-]
That's the best piece of modern art I've ever seen, I'll give you a million for it.
#108 to #102 - churbro ONLINE (02/18/2013) [-]
And this one I call ****** in a Tunnel at Night.
User avatar #28 - I Am Monkey (02/18/2013) [-]
The perks of having no minorities.
#70 to #28 - anon (02/18/2013) [-]
The First Nations people you ignorant white ********
#54 - anon (02/18/2013) [-]
******** . I live in Churchill and I've never even heard of this.
#105 to #54 - europe (02/18/2013) [-]
your input is very much appreciated but neither party has come with any proof.
#89 - majician (02/18/2013) [-]
<--- What going to happen. Sorry I just had to.
User avatar #22 - mrwightproductions (02/18/2013) [-]
Polar bears are the largest, and most aggressive species of bear. Grizzly bears can weigh up to 830 pounds, while polar bears up to 1300.
#27 to #22 - autoxx (02/18/2013) [-]
They are also the only bear that regularly hunts and eats us.
I built a log house near Paint Lake (60 miles south of Churchill) That part of the country SUCKS.
User avatar #49 - waaw (02/18/2013) [-]
But what if a polar bear steals their car?
User avatar #88 to #49 - fickdich (02/18/2013) [-]
I think you might be thinking of Black Bears.
#18 - CommonJoo (02/18/2013) [-]
People make fun of Canada all the time but I seriously think (based of what I've seen/heard) it might be a good place to live/retire to
User avatar #30 to #18 - Faz (02/18/2013) [-]
Its one of the best places to live in the world hands down (with the exception of being a millionaire and living in luxury on a tropical island) I say all this as an English person who has never actually been to Canada..but i did a lot of research into it and its pretty fantastic.
User avatar #58 to #18 - AresX (02/18/2013) [-]
Yeah it has some of the lowest costs of living in the world.
User avatar #24 to #18 - EasyEnzie (02/18/2013) [-]
it kicks ass here
#25 to #24 - anon (02/18/2013) [-]
wow you guys are raging homos.

User avatar #31 to #25 - HOLYCARP (02/18/2013) [-]
Yaging? Yes.
Homos? Sure.

Why? It doesnt mattter.
User avatar #76 to #25 - athojew (02/18/2013) [-]
If you move to Canada you can be a raging homo legally and then legally marry another raging homo. and if you cant get health care with your 10/h minimum wage than the government will pay for your medical bills.
User avatar #35 - Ombra (02/18/2013) [-]
To my Canadian FJ brothers and sisters:
I don't mean to sound like an "ignorant American", but are there warm parts of Canada? Or is it just that the summers are warm and the winters are more harshly cold? Just out of curiosity. My grandmother was born in New Brunswick and then most of her family move to the shoots of Quebec where they had a farm. Normally I'd ask her these questions but she has full blown Dementia now so...yeah :/
User avatar #41 to #35 - dubslao (02/18/2013) [-]
My friend is somewhere just near the border and it is -7 degrees.
User avatar #68 to #35 - seisyll (02/18/2013) [-]
I can only really personally speak for Toronto, but this is how the seasons work:
Winter: Cold as **** .
Spring: Warm.
Summer: Hot as **** .
Autumn: Cool.
Near the coasts it is generally milder than the inland areas.
User avatar #73 to #35 - dabombmanater (02/18/2013) [-]
Currently in Fredericton New Brunswick (About the middle of the province, not really North or South). Currently having a pretty bad blizzard. I have friends in other cities and there power is out. Here the snow is up to the middle of my thigh (I'm 5'10 for a point of reference) but it's still snowing so by the morning it might be worse. Aside from the blizzards winter is survivable. I usually walk around in just a hoody although everyone I know thinks I'm dumb for doing that. It's been so cold that my bed which is next to the window had frost on it but we've also had a lot of warm days.
Maritime weather is known for changing dramatically. About a month ago in the same day we had, sun, rain, hail then snow. I barely leave the country during the summer so I can't compare it too much but I've gotten my fair share of sunburns.
User avatar #75 to #35 - kingnarnode (02/18/2013) [-]
well it's not like the second you cross the border it gets cold as tits.
User avatar #109 to #35 - cumwhore (02/18/2013) [-]
Southern Ontario has the warmest summers. Highs in the upper 20s and lows in the upper teens. South Central British Columbia actually has warmer summer days, up to around 30, but nights drop off quite a bit. Vancouver/Victoria is the warmest part in winter, but summers aren't very warm.
#36 to #35 - anon (02/18/2013) [-]
I live in Winnipeg and it can get to -50 C in the winter, to over 40 C with the humidity, all in the same year. So it just depends where you are.
User avatar #40 to #36 - Ombra (02/18/2013) [-]
I'm gonna assume you mean 50 C, since -50 C would kill you (Assuming my math is right and that's -58 Fahrenheit)
User avatar #60 to #40 - aliciaroth (02/18/2013) [-]
Nope, in Saskatchewan it get's down to -50 C occasionally
#65 to #35 - RedRelish (02/18/2013) [-]
Around Vancouver BC, temperatures are pretty mild all year. Like it's normally just above freezing in the winter and it rarely gets above 30 C in the summer. And it rains ALL ******* YEAR.
User avatar #115 to #65 - cumwhore (02/18/2013) [-]
I live near Portland, OR and it's pretty much the same thing, although our summers are a bit warmer. Bout 26C during the day in July/August. One day in September/October it starts raining and it doesn't stop until the next summer.
User avatar #66 to #65 - thegamerslife (02/18/2013) [-]
yeah I live in WA, and I go across the boarder(300 miles away) it's like the same exact thing. lmao
User avatar #39 to #35 - Crusader (02/18/2013) [-]
For the most part, Summer is warm and Winter is cool/cold, depending on where you are, like in the states, the coasts have mild climates, so not as warm in the summer, not as cold in the winter, but they get a lot of precipitation (rain, snow, etc.)
The main center of activity in Canada is southern ontario, mainly because that is where most of the European settlers came and settled and made the main places, Hamilton< Ottawa, Toronto, etc.
For the most part, Southern Ontario is slightly humid, but warm in the summer, and it will either be extremely dry or extremely wet. By warm, I mean hot, like last summer was usually between 25 and 45 where I am (celsius, that's like 80 to 120 farenheit)
As for the winter, it's winter, you get winters of 0 to -20 celsius average (without wind chill) if you get snow, it is most likely going to come in a few isolated pockets of stormy weather where the best option is to stay home, make a cup of something warm and get ready to shovel.

All in all, it's more than what you asked about, but for the most part, it's like the states, except 80% of our population is in the bottom third of the country.
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#106 - sweetellie (02/18/2013) [-]
Is that a photograph of a polar bear fighting a wolf..?
Is that a photograph of a polar bear fighting a wolf..?
#112 to #106 - exadoi (02/18/2013) [-]
Is that the cutest freakin' thing ever!
#83 - herecomesjohnny (02/18/2013) [-]
rename it Ultimate Good Neighbourhood Land.
rename it Ultimate Good Neighbourhood Land.
#46 - malinwa (02/18/2013) [-]
Good to know....
Good to know....
#90 - myturntoevil (02/18/2013) [-]
Faith in humanity restored
User avatar #77 - klber (02/18/2013) [-]
Good guy canadians.
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