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Famous Canadian Quotes

Welcome to CKA Canadian Quotes List, here you will find quotes made by famous Canadians or quotes about Canada. Feel free to contribute a quote we might be missing, our goal is to have the greatest collection of famous Canadian quotes!

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Canada and Mexico, as the saying goes, have one common problem between them.  J. C. Ogelsby 
I am rather inclined to believe that this is the land God gave to Cain.   Jacques Cartier 
For me, pepper, I put it on my plate.  Jean Chr�tien 
Let us be French, let us be English, but most importantly let us be Canadian!   John A. Macdonald  
I would be quite willing, personally, to leave that whole country a wilderness for the next half-century but I fear if Englishmen do not go there, Yankees will  John A. Macdonald 
Let us be French, let us be English, but most importantly let us be Canadian!   John A. Macdonald  
Down in Newfoundland, we can hardly sleep for wondering when St. Pierre and Miquelon are going to invade ~ (on the state of Canada's military in 1983)  John Crosbie  
It is a peaceful, nice country with lots of empty space, a boring government that never faces serious crises, a minimal trade partner and the source of singers with strange accents.   John Dickinson 
I am so excited about Canadians ruling the world.   John Diefenbaker  
We shall be Canadians first, foremost, and always, and our policies will be decided in Canada and not dictated by any other country.   John G. Diefenbaker  
A Canadian is merely an unarmed American with health care.   John Wing 
I am flattered at being ranked among the enemies of the King's servants in this colony. I glory in the distinction.   Joseph Willcocks 
The beaver, which has come to represent Canada as the eagle does the United States and the lion Britain, is a flat-tailed, slow-witted, toothy rodent known to bite off its own testicles or to stand under its own falling trees.   June Callwood