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posted 08 Feb 2006, 23:02 by Entropic_existence, Moderator

One one hand I think our national identity does consists of more than being different from the Americans (which is something that I agree with though :) ) but Canada has pretty much always had a struggle with identifying itself. I agree with the assesmnet that this has carried over into literature, cinema, and other avenues of art and entertainment. We are so focused on preserving Canadian culture that we are afraid to allow it to evolve. This will increasingly become a problem as time goes on. Culture is a living, breathing, and very organic thing... not something written in stone and never changing. view post

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