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  • Canadian
  • Canadian
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  • The Canadian people represent Canada, which appears as a playable civilization in the Call to Power games.
  • Canadians are an unintelligent, but harmless subspecies of humans from Canada. They are the arch-enemies of Americans.
  • The term Canadian referred to anything or anyone that originated from the Earth country of Canada. In 2370, Ben told Sam Lavelle that William T. Riker was Canadian. When Lavelle, whose grandfather was Canadian, tried to connect with Riker using this commonality, Riker corrected Lavelle, saying he actually grew up in Alaska. (TNG: "Lower Decks" ) Looneys also comprised part of Canadian currency. (DS9: "Blaze of Glory")
  • The Canadian is a minor character who only appeared in "Christmas."
  • From Canada, with the -an suffix to denote nationality or affiliation.
  • Any Whiffer born in the former British colony now known as Canada. Their contributions to the genre are seriously out of proportion to their actual numbers. This imbalance is hard to explain, but might be a result of overindulgence in beer or underindulgence in Twiglets. This however does not explain Alvis 3.1, who indulges in neither.
  • Canadians drive cars with square tires. They also have trashcan heads. Canadians are the weak little brother of the world. Too scared to stand up and too feeble to fight. America only puts up with the Canadians to look better. How great can a nation be if their symbol is a harmless leaf, not even a mighty tree but a stupid non-man eating flower.
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  • Canadian
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FirstAppearance
  • Christmas
Series
  • Stupid Mario Brothers
Status
  • Alive
Actor
  • Matthew Thomas Provencal
Allies
Planet
  • Canada
LastAppearance
  • Christmas
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Home
  • Real World
Debut
Gender
  • Male
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  • canadiene
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  • canadieni
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  • The Canadian people represent Canada, which appears as a playable civilization in the Call to Power games.
  • Canadians drive cars with square tires. They also have trashcan heads. Canadians are the weak little brother of the world. Too scared to stand up and too feeble to fight. America only puts up with the Canadians to look better. How great can a nation be if their symbol is a harmless leaf, not even a mighty tree but a stupid non-man eating flower. Canadians are a bunch of bear-loving, moose-hating commies that love the french and hate the USA. What is the reason for this incredible amount of hate? Jealousy. Out and out jealousy of our awesome and invincible country. Al Franken, Janeane Garofalo, and other French-loving USA haters frequent this country to smoke satan-weed, talk fondly of communism, and exchange child pornography. Canadians invented hockey, but are now forced to EAT IT by the Saginaw Spirit, the only American team in the Ontario Hockey League, who pummel the godless Canadians for Stephen Colbert's personal glory. The Spirit are led by their mascot, Steagle Colbeagle the Eagle and have the full support of Jesus.
  • Canadians are an unintelligent, but harmless subspecies of humans from Canada. They are the arch-enemies of Americans.
  • The term Canadian referred to anything or anyone that originated from the Earth country of Canada. In 2370, Ben told Sam Lavelle that William T. Riker was Canadian. When Lavelle, whose grandfather was Canadian, tried to connect with Riker using this commonality, Riker corrected Lavelle, saying he actually grew up in Alaska. (TNG: "Lower Decks" ) Looneys also comprised part of Canadian currency. (DS9: "Blaze of Glory")
  • The Canadian is a minor character who only appeared in "Christmas."
  • From Canada, with the -an suffix to denote nationality or affiliation.
  • Any Whiffer born in the former British colony now known as Canada. Their contributions to the genre are seriously out of proportion to their actual numbers. This imbalance is hard to explain, but might be a result of overindulgence in beer or underindulgence in Twiglets. This however does not explain Alvis 3.1, who indulges in neither.
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