I need to stop now before I break out in "Oh Canada".
Oh, one potential problem. Canadians tend to frown on dating sheep, so that might kill the deal for you.
Dating sheep there isn't a problem if you're in Toronto and they're gay sheep. However, if you smoke in public (unless it is marijuana) or even THINK of owing a hand gun, you're in trouble.
Canadians are great friendly people, unless someone drops a puck in their immediate presence -- which they do often. At that point, they bring out this guy for commentary:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=letiPyPYlWY
The Canadian Air Force is there mainly to monitor the hoards of black flies and mosquitoes, and to guard against another American invasion. I went camping in Canada, and killed a mosquito that tried to bite me, and 100 million of his friends showed up for the after-funeral dinner.
Every once in a while, the Canadians get fed up and produce stuff like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXtVrDPhHBg
Sadly for the Canadians, right after this commercial was made, Molson merged with (American) Coors, and moved the headquarters to the States. And so that too is part of being Canadian I guess -- their hockey teams, beer companies and famous entertainment stars all seem to end up in the States. Did I mention those American invasions in the early 19th Century?
Yes, Canada does have big lakes bigger'n your country, but they have to share them with their neighbors to the south. Most Canadians view this water system as something of a moat, guarding against another American invasion.