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When you see a great teacher, you are seeing a work of art, ~ Geoffrey Canada
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Geoffrey Canada
Look, I think the worst case scenario is obvious. I think first of all it doesn't work for very long. It's an unstable government that raises taxes and destroys the image we're building for Canada as a strong place to invest. ~ Stephen Harper
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Stephen Harper
An optimist in Canada is someone who think things could be worse ~ Preston Manning
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Preston Manning
Canada is like an old cow. The West feeds it. Ontario and Quebec milk it. And you can well imagine what it's doing in the Maritimes. ~ Tommy Douglas
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Tommy Douglas
Is it in our national interest to overheat the planet? That's the question Obama faces in deciding whether to approve Keystone XL, a 2,000-mile-long pipeline that will bring 500,000 barrels of tar-sand oil from Canada to oil refineries on the Gulf of Mexico. ~ Jeff Goodell
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Jeff Goodell
Also, the world contains a lot of people. The statistics of power-law distributions and the events of the past two centuries agree in telling us that a small number of perpetrators can cause a great deal of damage. If somewhere among the world's six billion people there is a zealot who gets his hands on a stray nuclear bomb, he could single-handedly send the statistics through the roof. But even if he did, we would still need an explanation of why homicide rates fell a hundredfold, why slave markets and debtors' prisons have vanished, and why the Soviets and Americans did not go to war over Cuba, to say nothing of Canada and Spain over flatfish. ~ Steven Pinker
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Steven Pinker
This idea [standardized time zones] was first advanced and fought for by Sandford Fleming of Canada and Charles F. Dowd of the United States. I mention them chiefly because like so many benefactors of mankind they have been rewarded by total obscurity. ~ Isaac Asimov
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Isaac Asimov
When I lived in New York, there wasn't as much TV or film around. I got asked to do a couple of indie films, just based on me being from The Smashing Pumpkins and A Perfect Circle. I did a couple of indie movies from Japan and one from Canada, and I thought it was an exciting, fun thing to do. I had a great time doing it, it was just that, in New York, there really wasn't as much. My studio in New York closed, so I moved out to L.A. and just started looking into composing as another thing to do, as a musician. I like it a lot. It's fun and it's a different way of thinking about music. ~ James Iha
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by James Iha
Here in Canada, in the Western world, we are inside the walls. Outside the walls are the barbarians. ~ Barbara Amiel
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Barbara Amiel
Let us build for the tomorrow, build a nation strong and free; and the Lord who dwells above us, He will bless our destiny". ~ P. J. Peters
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by P. J. Peters
For all its celebration of markets and individual initiative, this alliance of government and finance often produces results that bear a striking resemblance to the worst excesses of bureaucratization in the former Soviet Union or former colonial backwaters of the Global South. There is a rich anthropological literature, for instance, on the cult of certificates, licenses, and diplomas in the former colonial world. Often the argument is that in countries like Bangladesh, Trinidad, or Cameroon, which hover between the stifling legacy of colonial domination and their own magical traditions, official credentials are seen as a kind of material fetish - magical objects conveying power in their own right, entirely apart from the real knowledge, experience, or training they're supposed to represent. But since the eighties, the real explosion of credentialism has been in what are supposedly the most "advanced" economies, like the United States, Great Britain, or Canada. ~ David Graeber
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by David Graeber
I'm supportive of practical nationalism, like the kind we need in Canada to avoid being absorbed into a much larger country. The kind of nationalism I despise as destructive and infantile is really just tribalism writ large. ~ Steven Heighton
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Steven Heighton
Canada is said to have got its name from the two Spanish words aca and nada, signifying 'there is nothing here.' ~ Goldwin Smith
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Goldwin Smith
My parents migrated to Canada in 1876, and I decided to go with them. ~ Stephen Leacock
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Stephen Leacock
The people of Canada have worked hard to build a country that opens its doors to include all, regardless of their differences; a country that respects all, regardless of their differences; a country that demands equality for all, regardless of their differences. ~ Paul Martin
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Paul Martin
We're one of the largest employers in Canada for animation executives, and there is - I think something on the magnitude of $140 million a year be important to the Canadian economy producing animation for Netflix. ~ Ted Sarandos
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Ted Sarandos
I've been watching a lot of Joni Mitchell YouTube clips and I can't believe her transformation from this folk singer in Canada. ~ Zooey Deschanel
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Zooey Deschanel
We talk about Hollywood being pro-labor, yet about 70% of our industry has been farmed out to Canada, meaning we are losing jobs like crazy. Where's organized labor asking how we can allow such a thing to happen? ~ Danny Aiello
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Danny Aiello
I speak of a Canada where men and women of aboriginal ancestry, of French and British heritage, of the diverse cultures of the world, demonstrate the will to share this land in peace, in justice and with mutual respect. ~ Pierre Trudeau
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Pierre Trudeau
Canada does not just 'go along' in order to 'get along.' We will 'go along,' only if we 'go' in a direction that advances Canada's values: freedom, democracy, human rights and the rule of law. ~ John Baird
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by John Baird
In 1983, NASA invited Canada to fly three payload specialists, in part because we had contributed the robotic arm that is used on the shuttle. ~ Marc Garneau
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Marc Garneau
Look, I don't think President Obama would have bowed to the ruler of Saudi Arabia if he didn't have oil to the degree that the Saudis do. I think they and other producing states, almost all of whom, except Norway and Canada, are dictatorships or autocratic systems, have thrown their weight around because of oil. ~ James Woolsey
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by James Woolsey
Canada has a passive-aggressive culture, with a lot of sarcasm and righteousness. That went with my weird messianic complex. The ego is a fascinating monster. I was taught from a young age that I had to serve, so that turned into me thinking I had to save the planet. ~ Alanis Morissette
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Alanis Morissette
I feel like it's so, sort of representative of a generation. I mean everything that they talk about in the books are things that I get. Even like a lot of the Canadian references because I've worked in Canada a lot, so I totally know Sloan and I know, you know, all this stuff, and meeting Chris Murphy was really cool, and yeah, everything. ~ Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Mary Elizabeth Winstead
For every big American movie I've done where I was the supporting guy, I've gone back home to Canada to do supporting movies where I was the lead. ~ Jay Baruchel
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Jay Baruchel
I would have to say that Canada definitely produces the best wrestlers; I don't know why. I think Canada is a big wrestling country, and there are a lot of guys who are interested in wrestling in Canada. ~ Chris Jericho
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Chris Jericho
Mom talks about moving to Canada as though my father had requested she start wearing fun hats. "Why not try it?" she thought, instead of "This fucking lunatic wants me to go to a country made of ice and casual racism. ~ Scaachi Koul
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Scaachi Koul
There are also a number of humans living up there (Canada), and in many ways they have a lifestyle quite similar to ours, including such traditional American activities as driving Japanese cars. ~ Dave Barry
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Dave Barry
If you ever go to any event ever, for any reason, they will give you a tote bag. Medical conference? Tote bag. Wedding? Tote bag. Syrian refugee arriving in Canada? Maple leaf tote bag. My orthodontist gave me a tote bag. And a t-shirt. Which I put in the tote bag. ~ Jennifer McCartney
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Jennifer McCartney
Canada's eminent position today is a tribute to the patience, tolerance, and strength of character of her people, of both French and British strains. For Canada is enriched by the heritage of France as well as of Britain, and Quebec has imparted the vitality and spirit of France itself to Canada. Canada's notable achievement of national unity and progress through accommodation, moderation and forbearance can be studied with profit by her sister nations. ~ Harry S. Truman
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Harry S. Truman
Pierre Eliot Trudeau's gift of an official policy of multiculturalism appeared in our midst in a period of rapid influx of third world immigrants into Canada, as well as in a moment of growing intensity of the old English-French rivalry....In this context the proclamation of multiculturalism could be seen as a diffusing or muting device for francophone national aspirations, as much as a way of coping with the non-European immigrants' arrival. It also sidelined the claims of Canada's aboriginal population, which had displayed a propensity toward armed struggles for land claims, as exemplified by the American Indian Movement (AIM). The reduction of these groups' demands into cultural demands was obviously helpful to the nationhood of Canada with its hegemonic anglo-Canadian national culture....It is not an accident that Bissoondath, who confuses between antiracism and multiculturalism, should fall for a political discourse of assimilation which keeps the so-called immigrants in place through a constantly deferred promise....As the focus shifts from processes of exclusion and marginalization to ethnic identities and their lack of adaptiveness, it is forgotten that these officially multicultural ethnicities, so embraced or rejected, are themselves the constructs of colonial - orientalist and racist - discourses. ~ Himani Bannerji
Sasquatchian Canada quotes by Himani Bannerji
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