2. Would she be considered white in your country
3. Do you like Canada
2. Probably, we don't care about shades of whiteness. If you are not unmistakably black or East Asian, you count as white.
3. I did before I came to /int/ and found this ridiculous amount of shitposting by Canadians
"Hispanic" is such a dumb classification. It can technically mean anyone from Cameron Diaz to Jennifer Lopez. Hell, even Zoe Saldana could be considered hispanic.
I'd say Sofia Vergara is pretty white. Closer to someone from Spain than a south american native or part-black.
2. We don't use that term usually, either she is 100% european or mixed.
3. Yes I like it, both the anglo and french aspects, but you guys should be more proud and stop trying to be a light version of the USA.
Yes, the Maritimes are famous for being multicultural, what with their redneckery, traditional monarchist values, and 98% white population.
Just barely whiter than neighoring Northern New England, and with Halifax thrown in that might not even be true.
Also, would St. Pierre et Miquelon be 100% white? It's at least as white as PEI I'm guessing.
Seriously, if you're an American that doesn't like Canada you aren't really an American Tbh
I noticed this too, maybe because they aren't used to seeing mixed people? That still doesn't explain Australians, though.
Either way, while she isn't really white, and while the concept of race is not as straightforward in here so people wouldn't just say she is or isn't white (with race still affecting every aspect of our lives), most people in Latin America would still treat her as such (better). It's complicated.
Latino is kind of a spectrum with its own unique classifications
2.nobody cares or talks about being white
3. Canada is cool but generally a bit overrated and glorified imo, for example I recently asked my father to list the top worlds economies and he out you in 4th place lmao.