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Can·a·da

(kan'ă-dă),
Wilma J., 20th-century U.S. radiologist. See: Cronkhite-Canada syndrome.
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"Yes--certainly--perhaps," replied the Canadian, shaken by these figures, but not yet willing to give in.
"If there's one thing Canadians outside the city agree on, it's that they hate us," says Toronto Sun CEO Godfrey.
Percentage of Canadians who want to become less like the U.S.
You will find vigorous, frank, constructive discussion between indigenous and non-indigenous Canadians. The site owes its existence to a Toronto woman's decision to explore her family's history.
* "The high value of the US dollar against the Canadian dollar doesn't deter Canadians from buying US publications.
"It was a great pleasure to work with the Canadians on this mission," said Lt.
Although Canada is nominally Catholic (and Anglican), religion, official or otherwise, does not give Canadians a set of issues to argue over, as it does for Americans.
Canadians often chuckle at how little Americans know about their country.
IN THEIR DEALINGS WITH THE UNITED States, Canadians frequently wind up feeling like Elizabeth Taylor's husbands: They have one humiliation after another heaped on them, they often learn about changes in their relationship through the media, yet they stand by their spouse in public.
We also need to become a little bit bigger, develop our people more and see manufacturing become more competitive to compensate for some of the social costs that Canadians desire.
We are applying a broad and well-coordinated range of approaches to serving the needs of Canadians. Mapping accounts for spatial trends, while monitoring assesses temporal trends.
Health services in Canada would be worse if Canadians didn't have the U.S.

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