Canadians in the U.S.: What Do They Miss About Canada?

Travel Blog  •  Michael Yessis  •  07.01.09 | 12:38 PM ET

Here’s a Canada Day treat from the New York Times: Eleven Canadians living in the United States talk about missing, among other things, hockey highlights, universal health coverage, the Canadian Mosaic and the “u” in color.

4 Comments for Canadians in the U.S.: What Do They Miss About Canada?

J P 07.01.09 | 1:28 PM ET

I miss zellers…............

Nick 07.01.09 | 2:36 PM ET


Jennifer 07.02.09 | 7:48 AM ET

It’s an interesting thing to note that many Canadians living in the US “miss” universal health care but many others actually choose to come to the United States for major health issues BECAUSE of their universal health care system!  That’s been a well known fact for years!  Where are those people going to go when the quality US health care system gets flushed down the toilet?  I’m not saying that something doesn’t need to be done about the rising cost of health care in the US, but, universal health care in NOT the answer!

Grizzly Bear Mom 07.06.09 | 10:23 AM ET

Sarcasm alert: Although I object ot any superfluous letters including the “u” in color, I would like to offer Caribu Coffee Shop Candy bars to the individual who misses their Candian version.  I salivate even thinking of them.

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