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.

They Forget About The Rest of Their Life During the Playoffs

So, the Stanley Cup Playoffs are over and that means we here at "How To Spot A Canadian" can go back to focusing on that "real life" thing everyone has been talking about for the last two months.

That means we will be updating this site again.

We'd like to apologize to those who were unable to spot Canadians during the last month. An unidentified Canadian is a dangerous Canadian.

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  1. ChezHui said...

    Yes - we have awoke from our self-induced hockey hibernation and off to Timmy's for Timbits

  2. Dana said...

    Haha so true.

  3. Dana said...

    Playoffs are well over, guys! Why no updates? I miss this site!

  4. how to ollie said...

    Excellent post and writing style. Bookmarked.

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