I like Canada. Everybody pretty much knows I sent my kids up to Vancouver for two years to go to tech school. I also paid a shyster to get them permanent residence cards. He took my six grand, but didn't come across with the papers and they had to leave when their student visas expired.
I don't blame Canada. Look at the nice, sedate country they have and then look at our "Fall of the Roman Empire" daily lives down here.
I watch a lot of shows filmed up there. Survivorman Les Stroud has shot some good programs in Canada, and there are several others. Ice Lake Rebels is good, about Great Slave Lake near the arctic circle. In the last episode, some Canadian natives were out hunting. I guess they used to be called Eskimos or Inuit but these folks were something other than that. Anyway, they had an Enfield No.4 Mk.1 they were hunting with.
In the last season, several other people carried these weapons on that show. The Canadians built the No.4 Mk. 1 at the Long Branch arsenal. I only have one in my collection because they were probably the best made, better even than the No. 4 Mk.I rifles made by Savage in this country.
A few weeks ago there was a news article about a big too do up there , because the Canadian Rangers, who appear to be some sort of forest service armed police, were being asked to give up their Enfield No.4 Mk.I rifles for newer weapons. There was a big stink. So the compromise worked out was that they would get the new semi-autos but could keep their old bolt guns as well. That would never happen here. The politicians and bureaucrats would just say "do as we decree or we will fire you."