Happy Caanda day, Eh!

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Mrlegitislegit, Jul 1, 2014.

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    Canada can into special day today!
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  2. too much patriotism
    aaaaaaa
    also
    i love "caanda day"
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    Oh no! I have failed my country! I must add more patriotism!

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  4. Happy Canada Day to all those that live in the Arctic Circle that isn't a part of Russia or Greenland.
  5. Happy Caanda day! Wait, what is this Canada?
  6. Just a question, I'm not American, what is Canada day?
    Is like like aussie day?
  7. The day Canada was formed as a nation?
  8. it's what we call out independence day
    it's literally independence day for canadians eh
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  9. Canadians never got independence though :p Three colonies merged into eachother to form 'Canada' that was part of the British Empire. Then when the British Empire fell after the end of World War II Canada became part of the Commonwealth, so its still basically owned by the British Empire (or atleast its remains xD).
  10. we got "independence" as in "we can do whatever the hell we want as long as we put the queen on our money"
  11. Yeah, no. Canada is a completely nation. I was a Dominion of the UK from 1867, which meant it had internal independence, meaning that it could control its own internal affairs, but not it's external, which is why it was dragged immediately into WW1. In 1931, it gained full external independence and then in 1982 it got a new Constitution. It is not part of the British Empire, and hasn't been since 1931, same with all the other parts of the commonwealth. And the commonwealth is not the British Empire either, but a group of nations that got their independence by recognizing the British Monarchy. Please, know what you're talking about before passing it off as fact.
  12. The Queen is still the head of state in Canada, and nominally she has power over the Canadian Army, Canadian laws, and executive orders, so officially she has supreme power. :p
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  13. Indeed she does, but it's more of tradition then anything, and she gives that power to the governor general.