I thought of more things I miss when I went to lunch:
- CBC and particular CBC personalities/shows: morningside, Gabereau, Basic
- CityTV, with its great movies, and I love the voice of the CityTV
announcer (Mark Daly?)
- Canadian coverage of world news, particularly the Globe & Mail (Eric & I
are cancelling our subscription to the Seattle Times due to its poor
coverage of world news and also its promotion of pseudoscience like
handwriting analysis and tarot reading)
- Less of a car culture: Fewer SUVs (though maybe that has changed), more
- Don't even get me started on politics, the parliamentary system vs.
- People who come to a party within a couple hours of when they were
invited (or is that a left-coast thing?)
From: WILKINS@hws.edu [mailto:WILKINS@hws.edu]
Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 11:15 AM
To: Lisa Dusseault (Exchange)
Subject: Re: Canada quiz
Believe it or not, I actually "smuggle" Shreddies across the border with
me every time I make a trip home. I also have all my friends and family
trained to bring me a box every time they come to visit me (I also
bring across tins of Tim Horton's coffee)! Thus far I
have managed to have an almost continual supply of Shreddies...
"MMMM..mmmm.... Good, Good Whole Wheat Shreddies!" Shreddies Rule!
I miss seeing Freddie and Eddie in their commercial adventures!
>Dave and President's Choice, especially the sauces
Tops grocery store, a northern NY chain, has started to carry President's
Choice products. When I discovered this, there was much rejoicing.
Another word for the list of Canadianisms:
Toque (One day last fall it got very cold all of sudden. As I left work
that evening I commented that I wish I had brought my toque with me. My
co-workers looked at me oddly.... seems they had never heard of toque