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Canada mobilizes its Armed forces to help dig out Newfoundland and Labrador from the effects of a monster blizzard. In other news, Canada has Armed Forces. Very polite Armed Forces, apparently [Interesting]

Canada mobilizes its Armed forces to help dig out Newfoundland and Labrador from the effects of a monster blizzard. In other news, Canada has Armed Forces. Very polite Armed Forces, apparently [Interesting]
A good friend of mine is ex Canadian Navy.  She was a crewperson on a destroyer.You do not want to mess with her. Yes, the Canuckian military has been there for a few days already.Why are you Yanks so slow at acknowledging world events like this and world wars? Canuckian military oldfarthenry: Yes, the Canuckian…

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A good friend of mine is ex Canadian Navy.  She was a crewperson on a destroyer.

You do not want to mess with her.

Yes, the Canuckian military has been there for a few days already.

Why are you Yanks so slow at acknowledging world events like this and world wars?

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oldfarthenry: Yes, the Canuckian military has been there for a few days already.

Why are you Yanks so slow at acknowledging world events like this and world wars?


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Pretty sure a Canadian sniper currently holds the world record for a shot that not only disabled a machine gun which had soldiers pinned down, but also killing the gunner in the process.

A shot that was widely considered to have been impossible to make.

As TVTropes says, Beware the nice ones.

Well of course we sent the armed forces in to assist. The unarmed ones wouldn’t be very handy with a shovel would they?

LOL THEY SEND A WHOLE ARMY FOR TWO DOGS

For real though it’s snowing like mad up there

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“Due South”: Fraser: “In Canada, we have more than a passing familiarity with confusion…”

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I had the pleasure of working along side some Canadian Army officers in my past career. They are some damn fine people.

Lots of stories from WWI and WWII about how the Scots, the Anzacs, and the Canadians were all scary mofos to the enemy.

hardinparamedic: Pretty sure a Canadian sniper currently holds the world record for a shot that not only disabled a machine gun which had soldiers pinned down, but also killing the gunner in the process.

A shot that was widely considered to have been impossible to make.

As TVTropes says, Beware the nice ones.



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*shrug* I’ve worked with their navy and they are a professional and very competent bunch

At the end of WW2 they had the third biggest navy in the world.

CalebWilliamson: hardinparamedic: Pretty sure a Canadian sniper currently holds the world record for a shot that not only disabled a machine gun which had soldiers pinned down, but also killing the gunner in the process.

A shot that was widely considered to have been impossible to make.

As TVTropes says, Beware the nice ones.

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Well, ya see the sorry is written on the casing and not on the bullet itself. This is because the casing gets ejected and during the heat of battle we don’t have time to pick up after ourselves.  We hope that by putting sorry on the casings you’ll accept our apology for leaving our trash out the battlefield.

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geduld: At the end of WW2 they had the third biggest navy in the world.

Japan had the smallest.

Justy Trudeau had to do something with the troops after he pulled them out of Afghanistan faster than a Frenchman can wave a white flag.

In Canada, one must retrieve their Labrador.

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Eh?

Canadians are at their most dangerous when you put a hockey stick in their hands.

That is why every rifle in the Canadian Armed Forces has a small hockey stick engraved on it.

We will also deploy a mobile Tim Hortons coffee shop into a combat zone, because even in war, some sacrifices come at too great a cost.

ByOwlLight: Lots of stories from WWI and WWII about how the Scots, the Anzacs, and the Canadians were all scary mofos to the enemy.

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Not everyone thought they were so tuft.

Armed with cattle prods.

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Found ‘em.



Okay, awarded 10  points. You redeemed yourself 🙂

/aren’t they great!!!  Labrador goodness!!!

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oldfarthenry: Yes, the Canuckian military has been there for a few days already.

Why are you Yanks so slow at acknowledging world events like this and world wars?


Please don’t judge us based in dumbmitter’s weak effort to get a greenlight…or the mods’ approval of it.

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Canadians Change When they Hear the Word “War”

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It’s so bad that my buddy Garge from Gander got his snowblower stuck on his roof. He was trying to clear it to find last year’s snowblower.

geduld: geduld: At the end of WW2 they had the third biggest navy in the world.

Japan had the smallest.



Australia, being landlocked, has no navy at all.

My father was in the Canadian army and was what they called a sharp shooter.

He served from 50-53.

The American’s asked him to stay from 53-56 and compensated him very well.

He bought a house when got home.

He retired from military service as a corporal.

Canadians are not fear farking anyone.

But when you do…

That should be somewhat concerning…who ever you are

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God fights not on the side of the biggest valuations but those who are the best shots.

– Voltaire.

oldfarthenry: Yes, the Canuckian military has been there for a few days already.

Why are you Yanks so slow at acknowledging world events like this and world wars?


The news moose got stuck in the snow and couldn’t make it here in time?

which makes me wonder…when breaking events need to get to towns/cities in the southern part of Africa, do they use news gnus?

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– Voltaire.

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I’ll get over it.  Very much so.

The newfies will never live down they had to be just like Toronto calling in the army for snow removal.

DjangoStonereaver: A good friend of mine is ex Canadian Navy.  She was a crewperson on a destroyer.

You do not want to mess with her.



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I don’t know why anybody would make fun of Canada’s military. They even have their own aircraft carriers.

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I keed.

Well except Russell Williams

Reporting for duty, EH.

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Labrat407: The newfies will never live down they had to be just like Toronto calling in the army for snow removal.

Toronto received 118.3 cm over the period of a week as three major storms hit in a row.

Army wasn’t called in to shovel.

Their 8 wheel bison troop carriers were needed to assist emergency services to get people in need to hospital because roads were not travelable by regular ambulances and firetrucks

Almost every province at one point or another has needed military help from snow to ice storms and floods and fires.

Anyone that makes fun of Toronto for requesting

help in 1999 is an idiot and hypocrite.

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Was going to post that.  We’re so polite we will kill you in your sleep so not to disturb you

I used to work with a guy who was in the Canadian Navy. He used to regale us with stories about how they’d constantly outwit the American Navy during war games by using the most obvious and basic tactics. “Dangerously incompetent” was how he described them.

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