Would you agree that Eastern Canada is like Europe, whereas Central/Western Canada is very much like the US?
Quebec and the Atlantic provinces anyway:
-Quebec is like France with a touch of Belgium and Switzerland.
-The Maritimes/Newfoundland are like Scotland, Wales and those English port cities.
-Liberalism (there isn't really a conservative stronghold in these parts)
-Drinking culture (be it beer or wine)
-Muslim and refugee presence
Toronto is more or less New York City without the excitement.
BC, Alberta, Sask, Manitoba, and even Northerly Ontario:
-This section of Canada has much in common with the Western US.
-Alberta is Texas
-Sask is Oklahoma or Kansas
-Manitoba would be Iowa or the Dakotas
-BC is the US West Coast
-Conservative (Vancouver is their LA or Seattle though)
-Oppose globalism for the most part
-Less accepting of other cultures
-Huge fans of country music
-Not nearly as right wing as the US (may not like Trump but despise Trudeau), but far from Liberal.
This is my observation from traveling the country.
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