It depends on where you live in Canada. As mentioned above, living in the city can be very busy, but I live in a little village in Northeastern Ontario. Life here is very laid back and relaxing - there's no such thing as rushing, and leisure time far outweighs a busy schedule. People around here fish, hunt (not me, though, it's against my religion), spend time at the beach (which is just down the street). The winters can be cold and require a lot of shoveling, but we have ski hills, sledding, skating, hockey and lots of hot chocolate. I love where I live and wouldn't want to be anywhere else in the world.
busy, you wake up, go to school, or go to work, get stuck in traffic, keep busy with your work, go home, get stuck in traffic again, sprawl yourself on a couch watch tv, then make a quick dinner. and off to bed.
well thats the city parts of canada, there are other parts, like in saskatchewan that have a more simple life.
canada is really just like the u.s. except people think were eskimoes living in igloos. yes, there is some farm land but we arent all hicks and tree huggers that talk like homeless hill billys. we are a civilized nation.
I don't understand what you mean? Like for weather or how we live our daily lives. As for the weather we get a lot of snow in the winter and it gets much colder in the northern parts of canada, but our summers can get pretty warm. As for daily life, it's the same as living anywhere else for the most part , everyone has a different scedule for what they do. If you could go into more detail about your question it would be a lot easier for me to go into detail about answering it.
busy, you wakre, go to school, or go to work, get stuck in traffic, keep busy with your work, go home, get stuck in traffic again, sprawl yourself on a couch watch tv, then make a quick dinner. and off to bed.
well thats the city parts of canada, ther are other parts, like in saskatchewan that have a more simple life.
sorry for bad spelling btw, i am falling asleep.
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