I went there, visited Montreal then Quebec City, then the Maritime Provinces. Quebec was the worst part of my trip: ugly architechture, rude and loud people, the driving was a nightmare (especially in Montreal), nignogs everywhere, and generally nothing to see but dirty and smelly streets and commieblock buildings.
Worst province, but hey I've never been to Yukon, NWT or Nunavut so who knows which province is worst.
BC is actually the best province idk what op is on about. lmao if you don't buy your weed from a local dispensary. The only good parts of Alberta is the West, driving into BC. Ontario is whatever Manitoba is fine but depressing.
Though I do truly believe that New Brunswick should be flattened and paved over to make an autobahn straight to Nova Scotia.
>>53164567 The fact that having beer at your corner stores is one of your first selling points shows how boring and depressing your city is. Seriously, it felt like that scene in Eurotrip when they end up in Bratislava.
Newfoundlad is also like that. it's pretty fucking easy to live the life of a neet in montreal. rent is crazy cheap, you can reap benefits from the socialist government easily without even bothering to learn french to piss off the locals.
>>53165156 Nova Scotia and PEI were the best two I visited on my trip. I started in Quebec and then went to Halifax, then Charlottown (no idea how to spell it), then somewhere in Newfoundland, and a couple of cities in Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia was beautiful, scenery was 10/10 and the towns were cute and welcoming. PEI was tiny but nice, kind of hipster but compared to Halifax it was traditional as fuck, lol. I think I saw a British canon fort there but to be honest a lot of the cities looked the same once I left French Canada so that may have been Newfoundland. Halifax looked like Bernie Sanders' wet dream, a bunch of progressive lesbians and immigrants biking around a city filled with hipster shit like coffee shops and public pianos. I went to BC on another trip and thought it was okay. It was on the way to Alaska so I don't remember it too well, all I know is the people were nice, the architechture was nice, and the coffee was wretched.
>>53165261 my great great great etc grandad or whatever was apparently an important figure in Québec. Can't remember exactly what he was known for but I remember my great grandpa showing me papers that his grandpa had given him
His name was Pièrre-Edmé Thuôt dit Duval
>tfw that would be my last name if my ancestors who came here weren't such Anglo cucks
Because every province and territory of Canada has its own (official IIRC) sub-national flag, last I checked - of which Quebec's is clearly the best, as I've already said, being the most instantly recognizable and comparable to other French territorial flags of note (Corsica, Martinique). This process of assigning official Canadian provincial flags was wrapped up/last touched in the 1980s.
However, this poster is clearly wrong in his reply to above, relying only on whatever dates those French Canadian places were founded. But the claim >>53165144 was that Quebec is both older AND more important than Canada, which is clearly false since Canada is one of the last comfy places on earth worth living in (along places such as Norway, Switzerland, much of but not all of USA). In other words, places such as those I've mentioned are humanity's last best hope to be comfy and have a decent existence. Canada is worth defending. God keep your land, glorious and free, O Canada, I stand on guard for thee.
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