1. Your country
2. Would you unironically move to Canada if given the opportunity?
>but then I started making money and realized life can be good anywhere as long as you have the means to make it so.
This is true but some countries give you the most opportunities to do so.
Becoming a millionaire in Brazil or Cambodia is more or less impossible whereas in Canada or the US it's a very much real possibility by 40 years old.
>you will never be Canadian
>you will never be a Mountie hunting down American illegal immigrants on your trusty moose steed
>you will never be a Quebecois freedom fighter dynamiting English language signs
>you will never be a native getting blackout drunk on mouthwash and communing with the Great Spirit on the rez
Sure, but it's such a hassle moving to a different country. Also those stories about engineers/doctors from third world countries who go to the US and end up working as plumbers scare me a bit.
>Also those stories about engineers/doctors from third world countries who go to the US and end up working as plumbers scare me a bit
It's not shit at all.
Think about it, why would a doctor/engineer/professor come to a country to work as a plumber unless it was better being a fucking labourer than living in his shithole?