How to Spot a Canadian

Tracking down Canadians one toque at a time.

About this Site...

Canadians are a tricky people to distinguish. They are often able to blend into a society and appear to be American, British, French or any other number of nationalities. This site will provide you with some tips and tricks to help you recognize a Canadian no matter where you are.

 

This site is for entertainment purposes only. "How to Spot a Canadian" is filled with humour, satire, hyperbole, parody and sarcasm. All statements here should be taken with a grain of salt or a bottle of maple syrup, whatever the case may be.

Sewing a Canadian Flag on a Backpack is their idea of Blatant Patriotism

Canadians are not flag wavers. While their neighbours to the south hang Old Glory from anything they possibly can, Canadians are much less flashy with the Maple Leaf.

There isn't a flag pole in front of every house in Canada. Canadians don't have ticker-tape parades where flags hang from buildings in celebration. That's just not their style. No, Canadians prefer a more subtle type of patriotism, one that can only be seen in beer commercials.

The most patriotic a Canadian will ever get is when they are traveling abroad.

As we've previously discussed, Canadians do not want to be considered Americans. They will do anything within their power to avoid being lumped into the same group as those from the United States. This is never more true than when outside of Canada.

Due to the many similarities between the two cultures, Canadians are frequently mistaken for Americans when they are in Europe or Asia or anywhere else abroad. This is something Canadians definitely do not want. They have spent their entire lives defining themselves as "Not American" and some guy in France is not going to screw this up for them!

So, to stop this from happening, Canadians make a bold statement. They go against all of their values. They sew Canadian flags on their backpacks.

But don't worry, they aren't going crazy here. It's not like they sew large flags. No, Canadians would not want to upset anyone. They find the smallest flags they possibly can and they use those. It's a very Canadian way of saying "I'm Canadian, but I'm not going to rub your face in it, and it's cool that you're not Canadian."

Unfortunately, as always, spotting Canadians is not so simple. It's not a cut-and-dry issue

Canadians enjoy such good reputations overseas that now many Americans have started sewing Canadian flags on their backpacks as well! This makes it quite difficult to distinguish between real Canadians and fake Canadians. In these cases you will need to use some of the other tips you have learned to separate the Canucks from the "Faux-nucks."

Important Note: This "quiet patriotism" with its lack of flags completely disappears when it comes to hockey. Only during hockey games will you see giant Canadian flags flowing through the crowd and seas of maple leaves in the streets. In these situations it is best to allow Canadians to watch their hockey undisturbed. You can come back and question them later when something else is on, like baseball. Interrupting a Canadian during a hockey game is never encouraged and could prove dangerous.

67 comments:

  1. Amelia said...
     

    What continent is Canada located within? America Online Canada makes perfect sense to me.

    The larger problem is that US Citizens are so self absorbed they don't even realize that everyone from Chile to Canada is actually an American.

  2. mare said...
     

    Uhm, most of the backpackers with Canadian flags are in fact Americans trying to be less of a target for evil doers. Of course you can spot them immediately because they are way too loud and don't say sorry very often

  3. Thrash Cardiom said...
     

    Also Americans with Canadian flags can be spotted as soon as they say 'about' instead of 'aboot'.

  4. Angélica said...
     

    LOL Like Lisa Simpson

  5. HowToSpotACanadian.ca said...
     

    I'm Canadian and I've never actually heard anyone say "aboot" outside of television.

    Do people actually pronounce it like that anywhere in the country?

  6. Thrash Cardiom said...
     

    Well, perhaps being Canadian you aren't totally aware of your accent. Certainly all Canadians I have met say "aboot".

  7. Dana said...
     

    I think a lot of Canadians (myself included) do say it with more emphasis on the 'u' than Americans do. However, "aboot" is an exaggeration and I think that's why Canadians always object to saying it that way while others insist that we do.

  8. Anonymous said...
     

    i find the part that when you invite a canadian to your house and they will fill your fridge with canadian beer.. etc. is not true. i dont know anyone who does that. seems a little bit rude too. i am a canadian and i am quite proud. most of what has been said is true and i notice that, but not the fridge, i dont believe that is a fact.

  9. HowToSpotACanadian.ca said...
     

    Thanks for the comments.

    Yes, it is possible that I pronounce "about" differently and aren't able to recognize it.

    As for the comment about Canadian beer and hockey, it was meant as an over-exaggeration. Just like a lot of the content on this site the statements are somewhat based on reality but then they are exaggerated for comedic effect.

  10. Karen said...
     

    This is something I have read (I wish I could remember where):

    Canadians do not say "aboot" but Americans can only hear "aboot" because their ears literally cannot distinguish what we are actually saying (in which the OU in "about" is pronounced something like the AOU in the name "Raoul").

    So it's the other way around from what has been said before. The deficiency in awareness is on the hearing side, not the speaking side.

  11. Thrash Cardiom said...
     

    I'm not an American. I come from New Zealand - miles away in distance, accents and, probably, hearing

  12. Anonymous said...
     

    First of all, this site is making me laugh. A lot. But I have one correction to this - Canadians drape themselves with flags not only at hockey games, but also at Tragically Hip concerts.

  13. HowToSpotACanadian.ca said...
     

    But that's only so they match the Hip, who also drape themselves in the flag.

    Thanks for reading! I'm glad you enjoy the site.

  14. Canada's Flag King said...
     

    I have to fully agree with the poster that said as a people Canadian's don't drape themselves in the flag. I know I run a business selling Canadian flags and it's a seasonal venture both due to our climate but for other reasons.

    I'm sure I'll be flamed for this, but I also run a website selling said Canada flag patches I can tell you that those little embroidered flags are popular all over the world. Lately since the introduction of a "subdued" style of flag patches was introduced last year these are gaining in popularity too which might also say something. Perhaps "real" Canadians want to show patriotism but in a more "subdued" way.

    Isn't that the quintessential Canadian way/experience for the majority of the population, subdued patriotism?

  15. Anonymous said...
     

    A little addition to the "aboot" debate. Americans get touchy when Canadians dispute this pronounciation. We actually pronounce it "aboat". The thing is Americans don't say "out" the same way we do, they flatten the "o" to an "ah" sound, in Canadian ears. However, being Canadian, we wouldn't want to offend by letting them know how odd that sounds...........

  16. Anonymous said...
     

    Well, and then there's that 'schedule' word that just pops out when I'm relaxed in the US - still can't get the 'sh' out of it unless I concentrate and am aware that I'm about (ooops!) to say it. I think we Canadians also don't say 'Eh?' anywhere as often as Americans think we do - I just think its an odd sound to most American ears. Similar to the American 'Huh?' that still sounds a bit rude to me.

  17. Robyn said...
     

    yes, yes yes to "aboat" and "shedule."
    I've been gone since childhood but retained a few oddities (adopted by Americans.)
    I work with people who catch the differences, but only one, whose dad came to the US from Canada at 3, catches "aboat" rather than "a boot."
    and he throws eh at me enough that I started doing it again, to the amusement of all.
    Now, how did I keep these after a long span in Texas I wonder? Is it lingual superiority? Sorry.

  18. Anonymous said...
     

    So not "lingual Superiority"...thats crap..lol, IT ALL sounds ridiculous! Canadians say Aboat, aboot, or oot, because they have "issues", those are in correct, just as plain as the noses on your frozen faces. We don't say out with and "ah" sound, that would be what? ah-out??? lol..makes no sense what so ever. And yes you guys do talk like that, I never really thought so, except Caroline Ray[ Whos'Canandian} does it all the time, so do the cast of Degrassi, which just started showing on MTV.I didn't even know it was a Canandian originated program. You guys are special, don't hate because you wanna be american, have funny looking money, and no real SUMMER!! HAHA.

  19. Anonymous said...
     

    "The larger problem is that US Citizens are so self absorbed they don't even realize that everyone from Chile to Canada is actually an American." Wow, nice 3rd grade statement. The U.S. is the only country to use the word "American" in it's proper name, so while those in Chile might be from the South American continent they're clearly not 'Americans." As for being self-absorbed, that's just naked anti-Americanism, which while understandable on a Candian-flag-on-the-backpack-forum, is ugly and ignorant.

  20. teagan said...
     

    Im a canadian and I do not say aboot nor have I ever heard anyone say abbot where I come from. I say about like anyone else and I don't say eh un less I want to be a sarcastic canadian ;)

  21. Anonymous said...
     

    While 'about' vs 'aboot' is a debate on subtleties, I would like to draw the attention to the more pronounced pronunciation differences between Americans and Canadians.

    "Gala"
    Canada: Gah-la
    US: Gay-la

    "Roof"
    Canada: Roof
    US: Ruf

    BUT, as we know not every Canadian and American pronounces them in these ways. Can we all just agree that this stuff is regional?

  22. Anonymous said...
     

    I'm an American and I have a Canadian flag sewn to my pack to keep people from thinking I'm American. There's no real reason to dislike a Canadian, (on the whole,) but PLENTY of reasons to dislike Americans.

  23. Anonymous said...
     

    I'm Canadian and I have never heard another Canadian saying 'aboot' instead of 'about'.

  24. Anonymous said...
     

    Cheers to living in the best country ever! <3 *I don't know what a Canadian is, but I sure am not American and I love to make that clear, especially when traveling. I've got my Canadian flag sown proudly onto my backpack! :)

  25. Anonymous said...
     

    I find it a bit sad that I despise my home country's stereotype... Given the fact that it seems to be about 70% true... If I were to ever sew a Canadian flag on my backpack, it would Probably be meant to say: "hey, I'm not really Canadian, but I'm most decidedly not like the majority of these dumbass "Americans" (which is totally politically incorrect.. But who cares because saying "united states resident" is too much work right? *sarcasm*) so I might as well be in Canada" but, I won't do that. No, I respect Canadians too much to do such a thing.

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  27. Anonymous said...
     

    I was born and raised English and am now American.

    Sorry but the word ABOUT is English and should be pronounced AB-OUT not AB-OOT like all the Canadians I have met do. However please don't think I am criticizing our polite and friendly neighbors to the north over this mispronunciation because Americans brutally butcher the English language far worse, plus use many of the wrong words for things too.
    LOL

  28. Anonymous said...
     

    Don't forget about the quebecois. They fly their flag just even more than most americans do.

    N'oubliez pas des québecois. Ils volent leur drapeau plus beaucoup que les américans. Je me souviens !

  29. Anonymous said...
     

    Holy crap people. We pronounce it correctly. AB OUT. We know there is a U in the word, and we take great care to enunciate it.

    I'm Calgarian. I've never heard ANYONE pronounce it aboot. It's a myth; don't believe the hype.

    And moreover, at least we say "You're Welcome" to a "Thank you" instead of "UH HUH" like the everyone in Montana.

  30. Anonymous said...
     

    Perhaps no country uses "American" in its name, but I often claim to be from Central America when I travel (because you might be surprised how many people think Nicaragua is in Africa.)

    We are the true bastard children of the Americas. Not South American, not quite North American, we live on the most obscure of geographical features, an isthmus.

    But to us, anybody from north of Mexico, be they American or Canadian is "norteamericano."

    At least I don't often hear "are you Mexican?" from Canadians.

    My favorite moment of Canadian disdain for being confused as American happened when my girlfriend (from Vancouver) and I were hiking in France. We rounded a bend and were having a conversation in English (although we both speak Spanish and French) and two girls resting on a rock said, "Hello, fellow Americans!" My girlfriend simply responded with, "WRONG!!" and we kept walking, trying not to laugh until they were out of sight.

  31. Anonymous said...
     

    Hey, every region has different accets and pronuntiations, whether you're in northern Canada, Alaska or southern US. Don't hate, we both have great countries who support each other. I'm Canadian, proud of it, and pround to have a great neighbor to the south too.

  32. Anonymous said...
     

    ...proud to to make spelling mistakes too lol

  33. Mikello said...
     

    I have a canadian embroidered flag on my t-shirt because i'm living in the poland, but my heart is in canada. I don't see in this country any dislikes of canadian people.

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