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Introductions anyone ? January 02, 2006 10:41 AM

It takes me a while but sometimes things do get through my concrete skull and I just realized that I haven't provided a place for members to introduce themselves. DUUUHHH !
So if your a newbie, oldbie or inbetweenbie please feel free to say HI and provide a little something about yourself if you feel like it.

Hi Hi

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anonymous OK, I'll start January 02, 2006 10:58 AM

I'm fairly new here, just joined a couple of months ago. I'm just hanging out for now, seeing who's who and what's what. I live in Langley B.C. just east of Vancouver, love outdoor stuff, went kayaking yesterday, and I'm giving myself the award of being the first kayak on the lake this year, only because no one else was there to argue with me. Causes...... spotted owl, rainforest, vancouver island marmott (they need some help).  Likes...... patient people,  dislikes... people who call you idiot when your opinion differs..... I've un-joined groups already......  People like me need everyone to introduce themselves, 'cause I dont really know anyone yet.......... chat soon  Norm  [report anonymous abuse]
... January 02, 2006 12:15 PM

Well, I can call myself oldbie after almost 2 years of Care2. Most of you know me from the Vancouver Island group (where I co-hosted until I realised I was talking alone on the forum). I am not Canadian but I love Canada and I like to think that some day I will visit this wonderful country. Why am I on Care2? Because I like wildlife. I am one of the few that came to this site not because of the e-cards, but because I searched for it on Google. I also own a spirituality group that keeps me online everyday. Another nice thing about Care2 are the photo albums. I have a big passion for landscapes, clouds and nature. I saw that Norm un-joined some groups already. I did this too and now I keep a low profile. It is entertaining for me to see people arguing, especially on the Feedback group. Reading them helps me to develop my knowledge of English and I have a good laugh at the same time. I never start an argument with them because I don’t have time to waste and because I got used to different points of view. To be my friend there is no need to introduce yourself. I know all my friends so well and those who refuse to talk are deleted in a couple of months. I think I said enough about myself. If you want to know more, just ask (I’m still on vacation and have plenty of time to lose). Now, I will go to my corner...  [ send green star]
I'm your host... January 02, 2006 4:55 PM

...and theres nothing you can do about it
Thanks guys for starting the intros...I didn't want to be first because I'm really really shy. 
I live in northern Ontario, Canada. One of the few cities built around a natural lake. Toronto is a four or five hour drive away, depending on the size of your foot. We used to be the nickel mining capital of the world but now we are the retail capital of northern Ontario. Better or worse ? Who knows.
I'm six foot 4 inches. One hundred and nintey pounds of pure muscle. Black wavy hair, blue eyes and the president of Mensa. When I wake up its different. 
I tend to ramble on too much in my posts so I don't post too much on other sites. But this on is mine and I'm allowed. 
I have joined and left a lot of other sites because of all the hoopala.  Life's too short to get all stressed out. 
I'm sure I won't be the most interesting to post in this thread but I'm going for the silly award.  
Hi and welcome to everyone.

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anonymous HI John January 02, 2006 5:11 PM

Thanks for including your picture too.  [report anonymous abuse]
anonymous John January 02, 2006 6:11 PM

You DO realize I hope, that I was just kidding.........just got these funny faces sorted out.........  [report anonymous abuse]
Norm January 03, 2006 8:03 AM

No problem buddy...I never take anything seriously. 

Hee Hee

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anonymous HELLO EVERYONE AND HAPPY NEW YEAR January 03, 2006 8:10 AM

Hello to everyone:  I joined a month ago and just trying to find my way around. I am learning about the internet slowly, I'm not too swift sometimes.

Hello to the gentleman from Northern Ontario, I am from Northern ontario also, 3 1/2 hours outside of Toronto. But, not in a city in a small town.  I love the North.  We are a tourist town so, we make hay when the sun shines.

Have a good day

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From a future Canadian province January 03, 2006 1:45 PM

Hi, everybody,

My name is ken and I'm from the future Canadian province of Ohio.  I've visited Canada a few times and have really liked it every time.  The people I've met have all been great (well, except for one guy) and the Canadian government makes the US's look like a Hobbsean state of nature.  I'm trying to figure out why this is, why our two cultures are so similar in so many ways, but so different in the important matters.  I'm also here simply for good conversation.

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anonymous Ken January 04, 2006 9:39 PM

So if I'm a Canadian living in the province of Ohio, would I still say  "eh" .  Thanks for the kind words about Canada.  I was in Washington visiting a friend for a couple of days, and I was treated very well, had no complaints at all.  So maybe we just have a positive outlook.  ??   So, when you come to visit, dont forget to make a west coast stop..... We're absolutely the best.  


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visit west January 05, 2006 6:41 AM

I'd like that. I've never been out to the Northwest Coast. I'd very much like to... studied the indigenous tribes of the area a little some years ago and would like to do a bit more that way. People have told me good things about Vancouver, BC in general, and the marine wildlife in the pond there.

I heard also some years ago that the Trans- Railway is back. That's appealing. The airlines these days make you feel like a caged chicken, one of a hundred, flying down the highway, strapped to the back of a pickup truck on the way to a drumstick factory. (There's that positive attitude you were talking about.) The NW coast is a long way no matter how, so I might as well enjoy it, right? The train might be a chance, too, to practice my "eh?", eh? Then, back in Ohio, I could start spreading the "eh" around here. Don't think Whomland Skittishy would like that. It's not in the dictionary, so it's legality would be highly questionable.

I appreciate the words about a positive outlook. I used to do that, but then I guess I started giving too much credence to reality. Bad plan. Illegitimi carborundum. Dust to dust. The only Phoenix I see has wings composed of funny bones.

oh, ca

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Carefull... January 05, 2006 9:16 AM

...if you say EH once too often, you become a Hoser.


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anonymous I'm not sure, but January 06, 2006 2:54 PM

I dont think you can be a hoser, legally, if you dont have a Canadian address.  I'll check on that one. But I'm sure we can come up with some address for you.  Have a good weekend.  [report anonymous abuse]
 January 17, 2006 5:28 AM

is this the 2nd intro thread, been a member here a long time. anyway HELLO!  [ send green star]
proper introduction January 17, 2006 8:03 AM

a late good morning to everyone. I have been sticking my occasional comments in since last April, finding this group on a random search, being one who appreciates Canada and for some reason enjoys John's sense of humor. I mostly stay on the fringes, do not like to rage about my or anyone elses political beliefs, but do enjoy the company of those with a like mind (which can be hard to find locally....that might be a good thing).

I own a quilting/fabric store, which stays pretty quiet. giving me time to catch up on mail and groups

i live in Kentucky now, have also lived in Wisconsin and Florida. Have visited Winnipeg, love snowshoing in the Whiteshell, spending weekends in Toronto and southern Ontario & looking forward to visiting western Canada within the next couple of years.

looking forward to getting to know everyone better


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There you are January 17, 2006 11:21 AM

Sunshine and have both been with me for a while (heaven knows why)...I've seen you luking around    and I appreciate you posting when you can.    [ send green star]
anonymous This is not good January 17, 2006 6:42 PM

I feel so lonely way out here in western Canada, all by myself.   [report anonymous abuse]
Awww Norm January 18, 2006 8:12 AM

You aren't by got us. 
I'm even declaring you an honorary Hoser.     [ send green star]
 January 18, 2006 9:01 AM

Cheers! A round for everyone!

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Hey I'm a newbie January 19, 2006 5:34 PM

Just thought I would check this site out, and I think might like it  that guy John seems a little off but arn't we all sometimes.   LOL.  I'm from northern Ont too.  Like it up here in the freezer.  It was nice to meet you all, hope to chat with everyone soon.  [ send green star]
Hi Stacy January 20, 2006 10:40 AM

Hope those dogs you brought in here are trained, cause I'm not cleaning up behind them.     [ send green star]
 January 29, 2006 11:27 AM

hey Norm - fellow wetcoast inhabitant here

get out the 50 sunblock.... there's a rumour floating around (literally) that the mysterious entity known as 'sun' is supposed to make an appearance this weekend... it could even get up to +3 C today!!

howdy everyone - from soggy, but beautiful, BC!!

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Post deleted January 30, 2006 9:31 AM

Hi everyone. I have deleted a post from this thread by Norm S. Being the gentleman that he is, he requested I do so. In his post, where he was saying hi to Earth M (also Stacy, Christina and Sunshine) he inadvertently mentioned the name of a school where Eath M might have children attending.
It is unfortunate but due to the size of Care2 there have been times when idiots have harrassed people concerning their families. Because this is an open group we must be careful. If you want to post personal info about yourselves thats fine but be careful what you say about others you might or might not know. 
Thank you Norm for bringing this to our attention.
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 January 30, 2006 9:53 AM

Norm!  I'm not exactly west in the BC sense, but those in the center of the universe (Toronto) think I'm in the west...Saskatchewan!!!  I prefer to think mid-west, but it's all semantics.  Anyway, you're not alone!   [ send green star]
anonymous Earth M January 30, 2006 3:51 PM

Anyway  HI.   I'm from the same town as you, and was excited to have a friend close.  I mentioned the school my kids went to, and thought after, maybe it wasnt a good thing to do, so had it deleted.

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anonymous HI Jody January 30, 2006 3:54 PM

Yes,  you are just about the westernmost province as far as the center of the universe is concerned....lolol  Just kidding, but sometimes us on the westcoast dont feel as if we exist......

Nice to meet you.......

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 January 30, 2006 7:05 PM

no worries bout the school-thing neighbour.

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anonymous sure ! February 13, 2006 6:06 AM

hi John, hi every one,

am new to the group. I saw " Oh Canada " and  I joined. Very simple. I don´t wanna start to write about Canada or the reasons why I joined.  It would sound too sweet. Say, I´ve travelled a lot, whatever one understands by this. I haven´t seen as much as many a folk has; certainly not, but I never have a camera with me when travelling, in a nutshell,  I   LINGER   AND   MINGLE... I never have time to photograph. Coz I wanna linger, touch and mingle... I don´t wanna find out whether there´s  a spot on the globe more beautiful, more interesting. Got hooked on Canada, where my heart  ( stuff ! heart, no ! I should say my brain...) has  been a detainee since the day I discovered this country. And above all, friendly folks out there, can´t recall " vice versa ", and if at all, well the very few negative things, they don´t linger long in the mind or in the memory, COZ  FEW . That´s right !.. This,  with the risk to sound however in whoever´s eyes... Everybody makes their own experience in life , right ?

Now John,  thanks for saying it loud ! Namely, " I´m your host and there´s nothing you can do about it " . Good stuff; I leave it there though...

To me , it´s about time. I´ve lived in Germany for quite a long time. I´s born in Tunisia, this is the Gateway to the African continent. Tunisia has been colonized 9 times like no other country in the world ( they say ), I only can imagine, coz of its geografic situation. Amongst others, the Arabs and the French who today share the life style there. One hour to the next Italian Island " Trappani " , by hovercraft. And in nice weather we can see Italy and Malta. Many Italians live there....And, the Romans destroyed Carthage ( 10 min. from the Capital Tunis ) to call it " Africa Vetus ", and that was in 146 BC, today the name of the whole continent )). I trust, I was not supposed to just name the country where I come from. Thought a few words... Thanks. 

Until another time hope in a post, good bye for now every one !

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anonymous hi Norm February 13, 2006 7:30 AM

hi Norm,

just the other day, true, I read this in a magazine: " those who call someone  idiot, coz their opinion is different from theirs, don´t know what a miror looks like ".

Been to Langley, been to Van. I wrote a song about Vancouver. Can´t call myself  Musician, but great stuff. Great stuff, coz was given the lift to write, unlike when things are twisted out .


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anonymous Norm February 13, 2006 7:40 AM


certainly " mirror " not miror. In case the word miror exists too. I don´t doubt the least though that one cannot misunderstand it, but this is me, simply and time and again I need to correct typing errors. ( a quirk, one could say. Anyway...)

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Wow February 13, 2006 4:59 PM

All the way from Germany. Our fame is spreading.   [ send green star]
 February 28, 2006 2:27 PM

Hmmm...I could swear I introduced myself, but apparently I was wrong!

My name is Colleen and I am in Winnipeg, Manitoba, so actually Norm, you aren't alone.  Technically, I think I can say that we are east or west, but most Manitobans consider themselves to be in Western Canada.

What else?  I love the outdoors, bird watching and photography.  Even though we have wicked winters in Manitoba, I am somehow drawn to the prairie.  We have the best summers and wonderful beaches.  

I am a substitute teacher and hope to have my own classroom one day before I get old enough to retire.   

I look forward to meeting you all.

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anonymous HEY March 02, 2006 6:49 PM

   You said you wrote a song about Vancouver....... cool,,,,, need a fiddle or mandolin player ????

I'd really love to hear the song, or see the music (it'l definately be safe with me. )

Hi Colleen.... just love your pics of Manitoba.  My sis lives there, been visiting a couple of times, loved it.  

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Sorry Colleen March 03, 2006 11:30 AM

You are probably right you might have introduced yourself a while ago but I wasn't clued into this pinning things to the group list at that time so most likley its in the archives.

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John March 04, 2006 2:16 PM

No problem! I might have introduced myself but it didn't hurt me to post again.  [ send green star]
anonymous Greetings May 01, 2006 10:40 PM

I'm new in this group, I'm chilean (from Chile) I would like to say hello to everybody. And a very special thanks to Elle T who invitate me and bring me the opportunity to meet more Canadian friends.

I'm here too because I would like to know more about your country, costumes, idiosyncracy, foods etc. I'm planning to migrate to your country in the next months maybe, and I really appreciate all your advices, support and friendship.

My apologies to all by my low English level.

Warm regards,


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anonymous Rodrigo May 03, 2006 9:08 PM

 Welcome to the group.  Just feel free to ask anything about this beautiful Canada.  Someone here will be happy to answer. 

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anonymous Thank you May 05, 2006 11:42 PM

Dear Norm,

Thank you very much for your kindness. As you must readed before I'm now making a research about Canada, because I would like to go to live there. I've reading tons of information about your country, but there is somethings that I can't find. For example: what's your typical food? your national sport? your lifestyle?

I think you have a great and beautyful country and certaily very gentle people.

All the best!


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Canada May 06, 2006 3:46 AM

Hi. I'm Anne, and I live in Washington.  I visit British Columbia often and am always impressed by the friendliness of the people and the natural beauty.  I especially like White Rock and the fish and chips.  I hope to learn more about Canada from Canadians.  [ send green star]
anonymous Anne May 07, 2006 7:09 PM

Well, thank you for the kind words.  Its funny though, I have a dear friend from Washington State, near Olympia. I've visited there a few times and think the same of the local people there, very friendly and kind.

Yes, Whiterock is a nice place to see, I live close, and go there on a nice day to put my kayak in the ocean and have some fun, or just sit by the ocean and sip on a cold beer...... ( a Canadian passtime by the way)

Some other  places you'd like are Grouse Mountain, Stanley Park, Gasstown, Chinatown........ there is lots to see here.  If you'd like, I can send some links, or maps.  

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anonymous Rodrigo May 07, 2006 7:17 PM

Well, first, no worries about the English level, you are doing just fine.

I would say, in my own opinion, that there is no distinct Canadian food. We are such a mix of cultures that there is something here to make anyone feel at home. For example, where I live, just near Vancouver B.C. I can go to a number of restaurants within walking distance and have Greek, Italian, Mexican food. In the bit city, the choices are absolutely endless.

Where are you planning to move to ??  Which part of Canada.   Let us all know, I'm sure there will be someone from what ever area you want.

Cheers.   Norm

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anonymous Rodrigo May 07, 2006 7:19 PM

National sport.  Hockey Hockey and Hockey.  [report anonymous abuse]
anonymous  May 08, 2006 2:08 AM

Dear Norm,

Thank you very much for all your kindness and your friend's invitation.

Answering to your questions, I'm not deicided yet because I'm interested and with more experience in wildlife and exotic pet medice. But I don't know were can I be most useful to Canada. In a medium or big city?

In the Canadian's Government website appeared that most newcomers to Canada tend to settle in the three biggest cities (Toronto, Montréal & Vancouver). But many newcomers and Canadians choose to live in the medium-sized cities (Halifax, Québec City, Ottawa, London, Windsor, Sudbury, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Calgary, Edmonton & Victoria.) which they feel have as much to offer as the larger cities with a better qualy of life. 

What do you think about it? I mean the advice to live in medium-sized city?

So sorry but I never been in Canada and I feel a bit afraid to live just along and without friends. In the past I already have lived for years alone and far from home, but inside Chile. So at the risk to seeming ridiculous... It's hard to make friends in Canada? 

Warm regards,


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anonymous  May 16, 2006 7:30 PM

Hi there,

I am originally from Saskatchewan, we have lived the majority in Ontario as my husband worked here. We have three grown children, I love piano, Classical music, my hubby does wood carving and keeps my computer running. Good to see some Canadians!



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anonymous HELLO! May 21, 2006 7:07 AM

I am so excited to have come across this group!!!  I am a proud Canadian-Italian who hails from Nova Scotia (yippee for east coasters!) and also spent a number of years living and playing in Vancouver (ah, beautiful British Columbia!).  I am presently living in the UK.  I look forward to on-line chats with you all.  Oh, Canada... sigh!


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anonymous Welcome May 21, 2006 7:15 AM

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hi everyone! May 24, 2006 6:19 AM

bonjour, eh!?

ok, that's it for bilingualism ('specially 'cause spelling it hurts my head )

I live in northern southern Ontario, but was born in Manitoba which, I believe, is why I LOVE winter which, I also believe, makes me the absolute truest type of Canadian.

Love the humour here and looking forward to getting to know everyone.  Gotta go to work now    just got a promotion yesterday!!!

Catchya latah


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p.s. May 24, 2006 6:22 AM

you're welcome to sit on my dock any time.

would you like   or    ??

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Introduction... May 24, 2006 9:50 AM

Hello everyone, my name is T.R. Hayward and I'm from Virden, Manitoba....

I live on a small mixed farm, 150 cattle and 1900 acres seeded.

Virden is a small community with a population of about 2000. It has many Victorian homes, and several parks.

I've been a member of the Legion of Frontiersmen for several years now, and perform many different types of public service.

Best Wishes Always,


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anonymous Canada May 27, 2006 5:37 PM

What a great group. I was on earlier, just after finding this group. Canadians have a great sense of humor, great sense of community, a little shy on occassion (unless they have a beer in their hands) and to see Manitoba (Virden) Saskatchewan (my birth homeland) and the great west (Vancouver) and east (Nova Scotia) just does my heart good!

Hope tomorrow is nice, here in northern Ontario we are suppose to have rain....guess the forests can always use a drink, but I love the sun myself.

Have a great one wherever you are....


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anonymous HI May 27, 2006 7:29 PM

Rick, Fae, Margaret.     Welcome to our fun group.   [report anonymous abuse]
Hi Everybody July 07, 2006 11:19 PM

Hi, i just joined this group. I moved to Canada when I was around 6 years old (I was born in Taiwan) and I've been living there for 11 years now and I'm loving it (except for the harsh winters). I now live in Quebec.

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Hello, Quebecoise! July 08, 2006 3:19 AM

I was up in Montreal last year and loved it there, wanted to catch the Jazz Fest last week, but now U$onions need a passport-- not to get into Canada, but to come back home! I never got around to applying for one. It's a little scary and trying, that bureaucracy stuff. So I missed the Fest. Hopefully '07 will be better. But I did catch the Canada Day edition of Vinyl Cafe. Anybody else hear it? Who was that female singer who did all the Joni Mitchell? She was fantastic! Has she got any good CDs out? Like a lot of concerned Americans, emigration is always (since '00) in the back of my mind. But that would be retreat and maybe there's something here worth saving. Then there's the bureaucracy thing again, filing all the papers. So I was thinking of just reincarnating Canadian. That way someone else would have to do the paperwork for me. Question: Here in the US when the "unemployment rate" is cited, they're really talking about the percentage of the workforce that has lost jobs in the last six months, which is quite different from the actual percentage of the workforce that are unemployed. How does Canada figure its unemployment rate?  [ send green star]
Introduction November 16, 2006 2:52 PM

I saw a place for introductions, so here I am!  I am new to the group, and the care2 site.  I'm from Canada, and live in BC.    I'm actually from Nova Scotia...

Pretty basic, but I was never good at introductions!!  Hope to get to know some people here soon though!

take care and have a good day everyone!


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Goodday Eh! November 19, 2006 5:24 PM

Hi Everyone. 

I'm new to this group and Care2, I'm from Kitchener ON, about an hour west of the Centre of the universe (Toronto) I am a typical Canadian, I like the outdoors, hockey, Tim Hortons, beer and of course the Tragically Hip. I look forward to meeting many new and interesting people here

Bye for now!
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anonymous Hello Lisa & Ben! November 29, 2006 4:32 AM

Just thought I'd say hello - I am not a group host or anything, just a friendly, side-kick group member like yourselves.  Welcome all the same!!!

x Oh

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anonymous hi July 05, 2007 6:36 PM

my name is dana. im not from canada... but i wish i was

id have to say canada is great eh?

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anonymous  July 06, 2007 6:46 AM

such a group once bubbling with liveliness and humour, such a group musn´t close down. Simply I can´t understand although I admit, I didn´t participate a lot.

Let´s hope that John is well above all...

Hi John , how´re u doing ----asking this on behalf of all members----. Hope, you´re well...

Would be fun to see u again...and provide us with some stuff to write about....All the best !!!  

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Joined Today July 12, 2007 10:00 AM

Hello Everyone. I joined this group today after specifically looking for a site that focuses on Canada/canadians and those interested in moving to Canada. But I have been a member of Care2 for some years well!lol

I am the proud mom of a dynamic two year old boy and happily married to what must be the most amazing man on earth! We have applied for permanent residence in Canada and my husband is hoping to get a job as a chemical engineer in Alberta until the paper work goes through for residency status. (which might be two years from now!!!)

It would be great to get some feedback as to what it is like for newcomers in your country. It would even be nicer to develop new friendships. Looking forward to getting to know you all better.


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anonymous Hullo! March 18, 2008 5:35 PM

Finally!! I found a Canadian group! yay! I found it by sheer randomosity too! I've been looking for a Canadian group for so long! Care2 has been flooded by US news, polls(grrr to politics polls,I have not a clue what is happening down there, nor do I care) and etc. and I finally found a place to escape it! yaaaaay!

I'm living in Ontario, being all Canadian-y. It's pretty awesome.  

Well my intro-mabob is done, thanks for making this group!

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anonymous Hi I'm new April 18, 2008 8:43 PM

My name is Susan. I care give for my parents. I live in the USA. I have a cousin in Toronto.  I've been to Lemington, Niagara Falls. I love hockey and other sports

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Hellooo! May 27, 2008 12:29 PM

Hey everyone! I am a very proud Canadian who was born in raised in the Niagara Peninsula/Lake Erie area of Ontario! I now live in Dunnville, Ontario and will always love my country (except for the whole seal hunt thing). It's beautiful here. And it's nice to see all the non-Canadian members posting about how much they like us! We like you, too! Also, I have to admit... I have a shamefully strong Canadian accent.

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Yes Bye... August 06, 2008 9:44 AM

Hey all!!

I'm Tim born on da Rock, for those outside the country that means Newfoundland. I left the province in 1985 to study at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and moved to Toronto in '88 and have been here since, except for a year in Frankfurt.

Proud to be an islander and here's the reason why, free as the wind and the waves the wash the sand, there's no place I'd rather be than...well here in Canada!

Love & light


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Howdy All October 13, 2008 3:20 PM

Hello, My name is Ariel and I currently live in Colorado - US. I am looking seriously into moving to Vancouver and naturally I thought "hey - is there a Care2 group of Canadians I can join?" And I found this great group. Looking forward to hearing more about the interesting goings on of Canada. And of course any insights that anyone comes across about Vancouver and the process of relocating I am intersted in.

I am currently looking into all the paperwork to be all legal, and searching for jobs etc. Which brings up - how is Canada fairing with the financial markets?  I don't hear about Canada in all the world news about markets and economy.

Well that should be enough for now...don't want to "chat" your virtual ears off

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 April 10, 2010 2:38 AM

I'm not Canadian, but I like to think of myself as an honorary one. Every year my husband and I spend a week in a Canadian city because we LOVE Canada Day! Our anniversary is on June 29th, and we take advantage of it being so close to Canada Day. Last year we were in Whistler, BC. We've also been to Vancouver and Victoria more times than I can count. We've been to Tofino and Uclulet, Salt Spring Island, Banff, Lake Louise, and a lot of other BC cities that I can't think of right now! Glad to be a part of this group!

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hello February 16, 2011 1:23 PM

hello all I live in Lethbridge Alberta not by choice I am a Human Rights advocate BA in Psychology/Philosophy I am also a person with a disability I am both Dyslexic and disgraphic so forgive me if I occasionally miss spell miss use words the spell checker does not catch all mistakes. I also occasionally miss order words in a sentence but this is rare.

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anonymous Greetings and Salutations June 07, 2011 9:47 PM

Greetings, my name is Lynne.  I live in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.  For almost 45 years, I lived in Toronto.  I do prefer Oshawa much more.

I am a proud Canadian.  I am just not proud of my Government and the imbecilic antics that occur in Ottawa and at Queen's Park in Toronto. 

Feel free to add me as a friend.  My passions are child welfare protection, animal protection, the environment and social international issues.

I am disabled so I have discovered that the Internet allows me to still advocate for others even though I am unable to get out and about.

By the way, I don't like Timmies {ducks} I prefer Country Style.

Love, Hugs and Blessings to all.
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anonymous Reality check here January 06, 2012 10:51 PM

Ok Hello fellow Canadians and wanna be's :0) no worries my links are relative to Americans too, we have a very similar problem and remedy, like all remedies, takes some getting used to..we have a big problem folks. We know it, but do we all know what the problem actually is ? Most often not. I am in Calgary Oilberta. for oh close to 50 years maybe longer between out of town jobs on rigs,mines, logging, or just adventure. Right now I'm retired, and have recently found a very informative site and fellow activist, also in the gravy years. I have info on bill board page just go there and read the facts then decide what to do about it if anything. I guess it is a matter of how much you love your country, either side the medicine line. Here are some links to a easier read, but not easy to accept, I have years of researching the thing so I see it clearly..hope you do too. We have to see all the facts to judge it..anything less is prejudging and helps no one, especially Canadians as a whole. Quite urgent to know this..or the new anthem will be Nooo Caaannnaaaddaaa...truly..if the links are not live just copy and paste to amazed. ok the web page is better and is all in one place. just read the items then go back to links from top will get the picture. You can email Eldon after you have read all the facts and links..we gettin old ya see.. Been login in here for quite a while, winters..close out when spring arrives. Haven't had a chance to test the links on my bill board..This is not new just well..heh..Canadians seem to like eating lawn grass more than participating in our remedy. peace out but please do study the facts..understand what happened, how and why, who.. then get angry and fight back..soon..:0)

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anonymous Dead zones at care2 January 12, 2012 2:20 AM

Ok..another dead zone..bye..

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