Found this on the internet, thought it was funny lol
You know you live in Canada when...
...Your car trunk doubles as a fridge in winter.
...You design your Halloween costume to fit over a snow suit.
...You have a stash of Canadian Tire money somewhere in the house.
...You see wildlife trudging through the middle of town and only bother to stop and look if it's something bigger than a coyote.
...You calmly wait for wildlife to cross the street before continuing on your way, even if it's something small, like a duck.
...You hear at least six languages being spoken wherever you go but only notice it if you don't recognize one of them.
...You know Mounties don't always look like that.
...You call yourself *insert nationality here*-Canadian, even if your family moved to Canada in the 1600's and your only tie to that culture is holiday food.
...You watch American movies/tv shows and complain the snow looks fake.
...You talk about the weather to friends and strangers alike.
...You've watched a fight break out in Hockey Night In Canada at least once (while excitedly chanting "Fight! Fight! Fight!").
...You brag to all your non-Canadian friends about all the famous Canadians out there.
...You get excited when a non-Canadian series/film mentions Canada... and make sure to comment on it the following day.
...You genuinely worry about any small pets being carried off by the local wildlife. Even if you live in a big city.
...You can understand the phrase "Could you pass me a serviette? I dropped some poutine on my chesterfield".
...You drive in a highway, not a freeway.
...Your class/work looks like a UN summit meeting – everyone's from somewhere different.
...You know that Mr. Dress-Up could kick Roger Rabbit's ass any day.
...You know that Tim Hortons could kick Krispie Kreme's ass any day.
...You call Tim Hortons Timmie's or Tim's.
...You consider any weather before -20C to be merely chilly.
...You attended Grade 3, not the 3rd Grade.
...You know Toronto is not the capital of Canada. Nor is it a province.
...You know what an inukshuk is, what it's for, and how to build one.
...You know deer and moose are dangerous and always give them a wide berth.
...You know the French words for "roll up to win", "try again", and "fat free" due to your extensive studying of food containers.
...You know what a Timbit is.
...You know the right way to get out of thin ice is by following the polar bear example.
...You get Smarties in Halloween candy packs, not M&M's.
...You correct all your American textbooks by adding the missing 'u's and 'e's.
...You sing along to the tune of Corner Gas every time it's on.
...You say homo milk, not 3% milk.
...You know what a double double is.
...You call it a chocolate bar, not a candy bar.
...You've run into an inanimate object and automatically apologized.
...Pike is a type of fish, not some part of a highway.
...You can eat more than one maple sugar candy without feeling nauseous.
...You know what proper maple syrup tastes like.
...You know what a toque is.
...You have at least one toque.
...You can sing "Oh Canada" in French and actually know what the words mean.
...You know Canadian Tire on a Saturday is busier than toy stores before Christmas.
...You go to a washroom, not a restroom.
...You cried when Farley died in For Better or For Worse.
...You've been asked at least once by an American if you really live in an igloo.
...You get excited it's hot when the weather is -15C.
...You can recite the entire 'I am Canadian!' Molson rant.
...You've tried to get a ride from your parents because it was blizzarding and -30C (plus windchill) and they replied with some variation of "Just put on some more clothes. You'll be fine.".