Maybe, maybe not. I don't think you are seeing the intricities of it though. Yeah, Canada is diverse - in the big cities. That's because a huge, no; vast majority of immigrants go to the cities. Country areas tend to be rather bland as far as diversity is concerned, and some areas perhaps can even be called racist, because there is no diversity and people really would rather not have that change (but these communities tend to be so small they're lucky to be on a map). The only reason this country is a G8 economy is because of Toronto and Vancouver, and maaaybe Calgary/Edmonton (stretch?). Montreal would be a contributor if it weren't in Quebec. The fact is that this country is spread too thin, and it is running under a system 1.5 centuries old! Screw this crap, it's falling apart already. Cause? Centralization!lithe_n_deaf said:Together, we are a G8 nation that has a diverse culture and economy, a very good reputation amongst the international community, and an enviable standard of living. Apart, each area may or may not do well for itself... but I think all of us, and even the world, would lose something special.
DRTO said:For every province except Ontario!
Now you're talking brother!van-tbird said:I support United Cities of Canada ala Roman Empire, with the big 4 on it, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary. That's a dream team.