First impressions: Know your Canadians If you want to make a fabulous first impression you have to know your Canadian celebrities from their US counterparts. Swotting up on Canadian actors (Dan Aykroyd), hotties (Pamela Anderson), fashion gurus (Jay Manuel) and knowing that there's more to Canadian music than Avril Lavigne, Bryan Adams and Celine Dion will certainly help to break the ice.Nothing irks a Canuck more than the response "Oh, is he Canadian? Keep him interested: Learn the rules to curling It might come as a surprise that young Canadians do actually curl and some even follow it on TV.Once they have children of their own, they are dedicated and are very present fathers in their children's langues.Because they live in Montreal (or its neighbouring cities) they learn to speak english as a second language.
Other sports to swot up on are Canadian Football (their balls are bigger), lacrosse (officially the national sport, though few people really follow it) and of course, hockey (see below).
Win his heart: Prove you can take the cold Canadians take winter very seriously and are fiercely proud of their ability to withstand arctic temperatures.
When overseas visitors are wrapped up in skiing gear to take a walk through downtown, true Canadians wander in light sweaters, saying "Minus 15?
He's strong, he's sturdy and he's almost American, just without all the American attitude. On top of that, some of the dreamiest of dreamboats in Hollywood are Canadian. I have a bunch of Canadian cousins and when I asked my cousin what makes a Canadian guy such a good boyfriend he told me, “A Canadian man will always apologize to you.”A Canadian guy is never too much of a macho man to apologize when he has messed up.
A Canadian guy is just not the kind of man who could ever break your heart. Here 13 completely legitimate, completely honest reasons why you should date a Canadian man.