How to Spot a Canadian Blog Posts

  • Sh*t Canadians Say
    on Jan 29, 2012
    We didn't make this, but it feels like it fits into this blog nicely:___________________If you liked this post, please consider Subscribing to our RSS feed or joining our group on Facebook.
  • Hockey is Like Everything... Really
    on Nov 29, 2011 in hockey team Canada
    One common Canadian stereotype is that all Canadians like hockey. Obviously that's not true. There are probably some Canadians out there somewhere who don't like hockey, just like there are probably some Americans who don't like college football. How...
  • Coffee Is Very Serious Business
    on Nov 3, 2011 in tim hortons
    We've mentioned before how anything Tim Hortons does is treated with great fanfare and attention and that trend continues.Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons is going to specialty coffee drinks. A coffee shop selling coffee? No big deal, right? WRONG.
  • Sorry! I want to bring the site back though!
    on May 16, 2010 in polite
    Sorry everyone! I know it's very Canadian of me to apologize, but I am very sorry for basically abandoning this site.I'd really like to bring it back in the near future. I'm going to start thinking of new ideas and hopefully the blog posts will res...
  • Their Summer Lasts About 10 Minutes
    on Aug 31, 2009 in tim hortons bagged milk cold beavers
    If you were ever going to rank oxymorons in terms of relevance, "Canadian summer" would be at the top of your list.Everyone knows that Canadian winters are cold. It's not uncommon to see your breath turn into ice the moment it leaves your mouth. Co...
  • Some More Ways That People Found This Site
    on Jul 17, 2009
    We did this once before and people seemed to like it.Here are some of the search terms people have used to find this site recently:pioneer gas money still used?polkaroo his name is so excellenttoronto is one of the largest city in canda if I coould l...
  • A Doughnut Shop Opening in New York is a Huge Canadian Story
    on Jul 16, 2009 in USA tim hortons
    We're back.We couldn't resist this one.Tim Hortons has taken Manhattan.The once-again Canadian company has expanded into New York City.And Canadians couldn't be more proud. Newspapers and television programs presented the news as if it were a succes...
  • They Forget About The Rest of Their Life During the Playoffs
    on Jun 19, 2009 in hockey stanley cup
    So, the Stanley Cup Playoffs are over and that means we here at "How To Spot A Canadian" can go back to focusing on that "real life" thing everyone has been talking about for the last two months.That means we will be updating this site again.We'd lik...
  • They Forget About The Rest of Their Life During the Playoffs
    on Jun 19, 2009 in hockey stanley cup
    So, the Stanley Cup Playoffs are over and that means we here at "How To Spot A Canadian" can go back to focusing on that "real life" thing everyone has been talking about for the last two months.That means we will be updating this site again.We'd lik...
  • A Prejudiced Sports Commentator is a National Icon
    on May 22, 2009 in hockey ice don cherry cbc
    If you know anything at all about Canada, you know who Don Cherry is. For those who don't, Don Cherry is a former NHL hockey coach who now provides commentary during the first intermission of CBC's Hockey Night In Canada program. The fact that a fo...
  • A Prejudiced Sports Commentator is a National Icon
    on May 22, 2009 in hockey ice don cherry cbc
    If you know anything at all about Canada, you know who Don Cherry is. For those who don't, Don Cherry is a former NHL hockey coach who now provides commentary during the first intermission of CBC's Hockey Night In Canada program. The fact that a fo...
  • They Say "Eh"
    on May 12, 2009 in eh
    This is the big one. Outside of hockey, and possibly beer, the main way to determine a person's "Canadianess" is their usage of the word "eh." And it's not even really a word, is it? It's only two letters in length and it's really more of a sound...
  • They Say "Eh"
    on May 12, 2009 in eh
    This is the big one. Outside of hockey, and possibly beer, the main way to determine a person's "Canadianess" is their usage of the word "eh." And it's not even really a word, is it? It's only two letters in length and it's really more of a sound...
  • Tim Horton's Victory Tracker Wrap Up
    on May 6, 2009 in tim hortons
    Well, it looks like Roll Up The Rim is done for another year. As you may have noticed from the giant graphic on the right side of the page, we have been keeping track of our victories on this site. Is that sad? Probably. Was it fun? Definitely.
  • Tim Horton's Victory Tracker Wrap Up
    on May 6, 2009 in tim hortons
    Well, it looks like Roll Up The Rim is done for another year. As you may have noticed from the giant graphic on the right side of the page, we have been keeping track of our victories on this site. Is that sad? Probably. Was it fun? Definitely.
  • They Want To Be Their Own Country
    on May 5, 2009 in polite quebec tricky toronto separation
    Canadians are a very proud people. They show their pride quietly, but they are still very proud. And while they are very proud of being Canadian, they are also quite proud of themselves and their own accomplishments. That's probably why so many of...
  • They Want To Be Their Own Country
    on May 5, 2009 in polite quebec tricky toronto separation
    Canadians are a very proud people. They show their pride quietly, but they are still very proud. And while they are very proud of being Canadian, they are also quite proud of themselves and their own accomplishments. That's probably why so many of...
  • Some Ways That People Found This Site
    on Apr 24, 2009
    Sort of off topic, but here are some of the search terms people have used to find this site recently:can poutine kill youwhy are loonies and toonies named thatskin a marink wikipedianever play roll up the rim at tim hortonsare canadians insulted by u...
  • Some Ways That People Found This Site
    on Apr 24, 2009
    Sort of off topic, but here are some of the search terms people have used to find this site recently:can poutine kill youwhy are loonies and toonies named thatskin a marink wikipedianever play roll up the rim at tim hortonsare canadians insulted by u...
  • Their National Hero is Honoured in Chocolate
    on Apr 22, 2009 in USA chocolate 1812
    The War of 1812 saw American forces battle with the British. We've already talked about how the war led to the creation of the Star Spangled Banner and the birth of Canadian pyromania. What we haven't mentioned was that a popular Canadian symbol wa...
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