Yay! Canadian brony is best brony, lets flex our internet might!
Hooray for Canadians! The only other people than Russians who understand the severe cold we Antarticans must endure!
Well your a day late but we still love ya seth, cuz that's what it's all aboot
I don't always prefer holidays from other nations, but when I do, it is Canada Day.
Happy Canada Day indeed. ^_^ To all the folks at DHX Media and all Canadian bronies everywhere: You rock. Out loud!I'd love to visit Ontario again. Chilling there over the summers of my youth left me with all sorts of fond memories. =) One of my closest friends is moving back to Nova Scotia, too, and I'd like to pay him a visit as soon as possible. I've also a notion to tour British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Alberta...heck, might as well just toss in every province, by now!And the holy grail itself: The Stanley Cup...yeah, I must see that again, too. I must. I must! I MUST!
GO CANADA! Everything is better with $500 worth of fireworks
[Cue: Five Iron Frenzy song, "Let's Go to Canada"]
Yay Canada.Too loud?
Man, sometimes I wish I was Canadian. Slightly jelly.
HOLY SHITThis just made my day so hard. I mean, my day was made...uh...damn it, I can't word this without it sounding wrong.You know what I mean.Massive love to whoever made this.
Canadian Brony reporting!Went on roller coasters with friends to celebrate, the whole time thinking: "Is this what doing tricks like Rainbow Dash feels like?"
So, are you going to do this for all the countries of the world, or is this preferential treatment?
canadian brony heredidn't do anything to celebrate actuallynot that enthusiastic, lol
I would love for some pony to do something similar for September 16. That is Mexican Independence day by the way.
Thank you! And a great Canada Day we had in our nation's capital. It was a sight to see, with 300,000 people lining the streets wearing red and white! (Including a surprising number of Americans. We know you came to see William and Kate, but we're glad you showed your support at our celebration.)
happy late canada day every fellow canadian brony.
Happy canada day everypony.I worked all day for it...
Yesterday was my birthday, which coincidentally happens to be Canada Day ( I'm American ) Still, Happy Canada Day and..whatever it is..Canadians celebrate :}
canadian brony here, happy canada day y'all
Another Canadian brony here saying thanks XD
I spent Canada Day watching the Canadian docu-drama The Arrow and singing the "I Am Canadian" song, and I'm American.
Woot! Yet another Canadian Brony, patriotic but not enough to interfere with tolerance and love :D
I'm a Canadian/American Brony, but I wish I could have been in Canada for Canada Day! I love Canada so much! Don't worry, I love our little ponies too!
My Canada Day wasn't very eventful, but now...we must get ready for Ponypendance Day!
Canadian Bronies represent. Let's here it for Canada, Eh! (Just kidding aboot the Eh part, Eh!) And lots of love the hard working Canadians at Studio B.
Went and got drunk for Canada day. Made it about 20% cooler
Canadian Brony represent! Whoot whoot!
The ponies look like they have their backs turned to the fireworks.
Woo Canada!I was watching the Brony Movie Night and there was a surprising amount of fellow Canadian bronies. Canada bronies represent!
Would you Candians pronounce it "My Little pon-EH?"
Thanks Seth! Saw lots of colorful explody goodness yesterday night. Canadian bronies woo!!
Canadian brony here! Saw some awesome fireworks at 10PM last night. Totally worth it. ^^Happy Canada Day~
thanks seth for paying some attention to us. dont worry about being late i know the rest of the world sometimes forget us its ok. happy canada day allconjure
WHOO-HOOO!! I salute Canadish bronies and ponies everywhere! If Canada isn't the land of milk and honey, then it certainly is the land of bagged milk and maple syrup. Also awesome ginger ale.Question: if the world of MLP:FIM has French haute couture, and Doctor Whooves is British, then does it have a Canada?
Awww...as a Canadian Brony I am touched - especially since I got stuck working on Canada Day!
Yay! Canada has been acknowledged.
Somewhere in Equestria, Snails is celebrating.
Viva la Quebec sepratism!
Happy independence da- Oops, sorry.Happy... day, I guess.
@Anonymous...Well, I certainly wouldn't have said it like THAT, since it can very easily be badly interpretated, but... I, in its general meaning, am relatively 'ok' with the concept...Now, back to the *SUBJECT OF THE PAGE !*Canada Day, free day for Us (no work... mostly, anyway). ;)(4th July is tomorrow, surely there will be a post for that too ?)
@Nova25Also, here's some Quebec French (NOT France French, there's a difference ! ...not that I have anything against them, seriously.)-En savoir plus : (avec le son et l'arc-en-ciel)-Le boson de Higgs est une particule élémentaire dont l'existence a été proposée en 1964 par Gerry Guralnik, C.R. Hagen, Tom Kibble, Robert Brout, François Englert et indépendamment par Peter Higgs dont la publication est légèrement postérieure. Ce physicien écossais n'en revendiquant lui-même nullement la paternité, il est plus pertinent de nommer cette particule « boson BEH », pour Brout, Englert et Higgs, ou « boson scalaire massif » ou encore « boson scalaire de brisure spontanée de symétrie (BSS) ». Il permet d'expliquer la brisure de l'interaction unifiée électrofaible en deux interactions par l'intermédiaire du mécanisme de Higgs. Il serait aussi le quantum du champ de Higgs.
Canada is a little like the Equestria of North America: tolerant, full of magical scenery, and of course populated by talking ponies.Oh wait, the weed I had in Vancouver may have something to do with that last part.
I'm probably the only quebecois brony here, but thanks anyway.Have some poutine.
So... Somebody recognizes us as an actual country?This is awesome.But we do like, 7 winter wrap-ups in March.
@Shawa666Clearly you missed my comment and the one of that other 'guy' ?
SOMEPONY QUICK!make a Canadian flag with Snails on it!(HuffytheMagicDragon)
OR BETTER YET make Snails as a mountee!(HuffytheMagicDragon)