Canada is the northernmost country in the world. It is a federation of 10 provinces and 3 territories, and is second largest country in area, after Russia.
My ultimate Lovemark!
I couldn‘t possibly say it better than the nominator Katherine Janson did...it is me, first and foremost, my ultimate Lovemark!
Howard, Canada - 25 February 2008
I cherish my travels back to my home and native la
As a Canadian living outside of Canada for several years, I cherish my travels back to my home and native land. Canada is emerging as an independent-minded, responsible and caring nation. As Canadians, we must stop using the US as a reference point for self-reflection. We are a people capable of dreaming on our own terms.
Stephen, Czech Republic - 22 August 2006
Yet to be convinced...
I am so proud to be a Canadian! I've yet to be convinced that there is a better place to live in the entire world! We are extremely fortunate to live in a country such as ours when we look at all the problems faced by many other nations, including the United States. God bless Canada!
Derek, Canada - 22 October 2004
A border salute
I've grown up in upstate NY, in the shadow of Canada, and often wished we could live up to its aspirations. The pride of doing the right thing, the honor of taking care of their citizens better than we do... even down to the cute way they pronounce "about" and "dollar". For reasons both serious and humorous, I often wish I were Canadian. Well done, neighbors to the north!
Jason, United States - 24 June 2004
We love to be it. We can't shake it.
It is a brand we are born with, and we spend our lives trying to uphold. It changes with us, and we change with it. Identity is almost intangible-always, slightly un-pin-downable. We know what we are when we hear it, but we can't say exactly what it means. We love to be it. We can't shake it. How can there be a Lovemark more pervasive, profound and meaningful than nationality? It binds people, language, geography and all human experience together. My ultimate Lovemark.
Katherine, Canada - 09 December 2003