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Canada has much the same problem we here in the US do: nutjobs in big cities running the country and trying to legislate to force everyone to think and act like they do in those big liberal cities.

I have thoroughly enjoyed the Canadian people I met on my trips over the border.....Gaspe, Turkey Point, Charleston Lake and Montreal just to name a few. Government sucks everywhere.


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Fully vaccinated Americans can cross the Canadian border on August 9. Brian

PS. You will need documentation.
 
Posts: 3016 | Location: Kamloops, BC | Registered: 09 November 2015Reply With Quote
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what about provincial or territorial rules?
 
Posts: 1517 | Location: Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. | Registered: 21 May 2006Reply With Quote
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I hope this holds,
I just booked a Alberta farm country mule deer hunt. First week of November.


I have walked in the foot prints of the elephant, listened to lion roar and met the buffalo on his turf. I shall never be the same.
 
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what about provincial or territorial rules?


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what about provincial or territorial rules?


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Posts: 1517 | Location: Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. | Registered: 21 May 2006Reply With Quote
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despite canadian federal opening. yukon is not set up to accept foreigners and the emergency act is a big f... u. so i wish all good luck.
 
Posts: 1517 | Location: Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. | Registered: 21 May 2006Reply With Quote
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Keep making fun of California while your borders remain closed and you lose another summer season.


I really like Canada. I've always felt they had the terrain and feel of Alaska, the patriotism and courage of the U.S., unfortunately with the politics of California.

Seems like the U.S. is going to be the same except we're losing the patriotism and courage


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Keep making fun of California while your borders remain closed and you lose another summer season.


I really like Canada. I've always felt they had the terrain and feel of Alaska, the patriotism and courage of the U.S., unfortunately with the politics of California.

Seems like the U.S. is going to be the same except we're losing the patriotism and courage


courage and patriotism are long gone here ... still a few supporting that but we re classified far right wingers ...worst if you re supporting a church ...
 
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I have spent a lot of time and money in Canada over the past 50 years.

To bad they will not be getting any more any time soon.
 
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Chuck375,

Yes Canada and the USA have their similarities. I appreciate their differences too. Brian
 
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medved, We see thing very differently. Brian
 
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medved, We see thing very differently. Brian


please tell me where is patriotism and courage those days in canada? i d like to hear it.
 
Posts: 1517 | Location: Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. | Registered: 21 May 2006Reply With Quote
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medved, If you have to ask, you wouldn't understand. Brian
 
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medved, If you have to ask, you wouldn't understand. Brian


there is certainly a big difference in your vision of canada and mine but im certainly not close as you of the same canada under trudeau ...
 
Posts: 1517 | Location: Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. | Registered: 21 May 2006Reply With Quote
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Medved,
I think we are fortunate to live in Canada. It's rated as one of the best countries. Sure there are lots of things to complain about including Trudeau, from time to time. So what? There is much more to be grateful for.
You live in an awesome area. ( I am going to stay with my friend near Whitehorse for a week soon. Also, we lived in the NWT on the Mackenzie River for a few years.) The more I learn about the world the more thankful I am to be a Canadian.
After reading some of your posts it is my observation that you could learn more about your country from different sources that you are used to. Brian
 
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Medved,
I think we are fortunate to live in Canada. It's rated as one of the best countries. Sure there are lots of things to complain about including Trudeau, from time to time. So what? There is much more to be grateful for.
You live in an awesome area. ( I am going to stay with my friend near Whitehorse for a week soon. Also, we lived in the NWT on the Mackenzie River for a few years.) The more I learn about the world the more thankful I am to be a Canadian.
After reading some of your posts it is my observation that you could learn more about your country from different sources that you are used to. Brian


i immigrated to canada over 16 years ago and made the choice to come here and i doubt your lecture about the same country we re living in may conduct to see actually a courage and patriotism as the motto of 2021 ...
 
Posts: 1517 | Location: Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. | Registered: 21 May 2006Reply With Quote
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so great country where i need now to get the permission from rcmp to bring my restricted to a gunshow, gunsmith or at the border ... so patritotic ...
 
Posts: 1517 | Location: Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. | Registered: 21 May 2006Reply With Quote
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medved, Are you one of those ungrateful, whining immigrants that we welcome into our country? If you are so unhappy, why don't you go back to where you came from? Some eastern European country, right?
 
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Medved, Also, you ignorant s.o.b., what does patriotism have to do with you taking a " restricted" out of your house? You haven't learned much since you came to Canada, and your english is the shits too.
 
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medved, Are you one of those ungrateful, whining immigrants that we welcome into our country? If you are so unhappy, why don't you go back to where you came from? Some eastern European country, right?


You are classic moron Brian, but we butted heads before so it don’t surprises me
We immigrants from some Eastern European countries have lot more ideas what freedom of individual could be like as we grew up in no freedom and we can actually see subtle changes in free societies of US and Canada that is slowly but surely eroding personal freedoms in the name of some kinda safety and equality but I don’t expect you to have a clue…


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Milan, Yes, there is some truth to what you say but I wouldn't jump up and down and say it applies to medved. Brian
 
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Medved, Also, you ignorant s.o.b., what does patriotism have to do with you taking a " restricted" out of your house? You haven't learned much since you came to Canada, and your english is the shits too.


ah ah keep trudeau in your heart soon you will understand what i meant and that day you will cry how your canada went down because of you ...
my english is not very good true enough but i spoke shittly 4 languages and you?

when they start to control your guns it is the beginning ...
 
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medved, Are you one of those ungrateful, whining immigrants that we welcome into our country? If you are so unhappy, why don't you go back to where you came from? Some eastern European country, right?


You are classic moron Brian, but we butted heads before so it don’t surprises me
We immigrants from some Eastern European countries have lot more ideas what freedom of individual could be like as we grew up in no freedom and we can actually see subtle changes in free societies of US and Canada that is slowly but surely eroding personal freedoms in the name of some kinda safety and equality but I don’t expect you to have a clue…


too late for him ... i love being here but the people from here do not get a clue about what is coming ...
 
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Medved,

"... I spoke shittly 4 languages..."

Man you sound like a Frenchman. Do you say? "I throw the bull over the fence some hay."

You crack me up! Thanks for the laugh. Brian
 
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seems internet is not the place you should be if you want to meet people that share the same ideas ...

frenchman, immigrants that does not sound a very open mind man despite supporting trudeau ...

now let s go to the facts will you:

how you consider a country supporting courage and patriotism when churches are burnt down, i imagine you re not catholic but do not worry soon it will yours but do not expect the catholics to move for you ...
more funny the provincials and territorials gvt have a rat line where you can report everything bad your neighbours are doing about covid how can it courageous and patriotic to support that ...
now on firearms you certainly do not care but last may 2020 the gvt decided with a stroke that the ar15 are now prohibited as well as the 460 wea mag and any other caliber doing over 10000 joules how can you support that and bieng on a hunting and shooting forum and i can go on ...

you re the one the people are laughing off but you do not see it ...

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Posts: 1517 | Location: Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. | Registered: 21 May 2006Reply With Quote
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Medved,
You make some good points. I can see that you have put much thought into the subject.

What line of work are you in?

I was first in Whitehorse for a week with my parents in 1956 but have not seen it since. I imagined it has changed a lot by now. Several sternwheeler river boats were pulled up on the shore and my brother and I played in them.
My wife and I lived in the NWT on the Mackenzie River, Fort Simpson, Fort Norman, etc for a few years in the 70's. I miss the north. Brian
 
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medved,

I don't think ive spent enough time in Canada to comment.

Your point is very valid in the U.S.

I talk to people all the time that are clueless about how the rest of the world really is. They have no idea how much they have to loose.


I have walked in the foot prints of the elephant, listened to lion roar and met the buffalo on his turf. I shall never be the same.
 
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Watched the news this morning. Looks like the Canadian borders just opened to those vaccinated.
Noted on the comments that 81% of the Canadians have received at least 1 vaccination.

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Got a call from my outfitter yesterday. Looks like I'll be headed to Canada in Sept to complete my Slam!
Cloud 9! Can't wait to get back up in the mountains again.
 
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Got a call from my outfitter yesterday. Looks like I'll be headed to Canada in Sept to complete my Slam!
Cloud 9! Can't wait to get back up in the mountains again.


Glad this Covid mess is finally allowing some changes at the border and you will be going on that sheep hunt. Hope you get a big ram. tu2


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TigerPaw, That is pretty cool! Have great hunt. Brian
 
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I'm slowly making my way around Canada. I will have hunted Yukon, NW Territories, BC and this one will be in Alberta near Banff area. Lord help me if I get near Newfoundland.
I've heard stories about them people... LOL!
 
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You will be on the eastern slope of the Canadian Rockys. Beautiful. I have never been to Newfoundland but I have met a lot of newfys. They are lots of fun. They put family and lifestyle first. Good hunting. Brian
 
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You mean the state where people are leaving like rats fleeing a sinking ship? I thought everyone made fun of California...every US hunter I know does, including the ones who live in CA. Smiler


Heh. There are many more coming north than going north. More should go, we'd have more water.

Isn't Canada the place where you can't take a rifle to a range without a permit of some sort?

Old bumper sticker: "Welcome to California. Now go home."


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Close but no cigar. You need a permit to take your hand gun to the range.


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You mean the state where people are leaving like rats fleeing a sinking ship? I thought everyone made fun of California...every US hunter I know does, including the ones who live in CA. Smiler


Heh. There are many more coming north than going north. More should go, we'd have more water.

Isn't Canada the place where you can't take a rifle to a range without a permit of some sort?

Old bumper sticker: "Welcome to California. Now go home."



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The USA is tightening the border up. I would not be surprised if Canada does too.
 
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The USA is tightening the border up. I would not be surprised if Canada does too.


Biden's America is tightening the border up? Hahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

Thank you......I needed a good laugh this morning.


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Need that border to stay open for just a bit longer. Leave 8/30 in AM for a 2 week sheep hunt. Once in the field I should be ok. No reception.
 
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