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(CTV News)   Handy map shows province by province where Canadians are more likely to drink, do drugs or smoke. Alberta slams back a beer and beats on BC who just takes it. Quebec lights a cigarette. Ontario is boring and average as usual   (ctvnews.ca) divider line 63
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2013-10-02 08:34:23 PM
Go Alberta! Slams beer.
 
2013-10-02 08:35:25 PM
It's so dark for half the year, isn't everybody drunk all the time?
 
2013-10-02 08:39:05 PM
What I find a music is that the Nova Scotia rates pretty well match up with me on all three respects.  I guess I'm pretty average for my province.
 
2013-10-02 08:40:11 PM
This is canada my friends. Drinking fighting farking and doing dope of all sorts is all we have to do besides go to work.

you gotta be hard to handle a canadian winter my friends. Regadless of province.
 
2013-10-02 08:40:23 PM

Egoy3k: a music


Wow auto correct fail.  Amusing.
 
2013-10-02 08:42:57 PM
I'm a bit surprised that the maritimes don't drink that much.
 
2013-10-02 08:43:29 PM
FTA: However, BC is not the bud champion of Canada as that distinction belongs to Nova Scotia

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 You're friggin' right it is.
 
2013-10-02 08:45:36 PM

rustypouch: I'm a bit surprised that the maritimes don't drink that much.


It's likely the data on drinking comes from the Liquor Comission in each province.  Generally moonshiners and rum runners don't factor into that.
 
2013-10-02 08:46:10 PM
As a Canuck living in the U.S.A. who visits the homeland once a year or so, I am appalled at the price of booze in Canada. Thirty bucks for a 24? Serious financial restructuring would be needed in order for me to stay at the level of intoxication I am used to.
How about weed, what are the prices like, and can I go to a store to purchase?
You get spoiled down here....
 
2013-10-02 08:47:21 PM
All I know is this: if you're driving to Alaska, stop by a town called Whitehorse and order a few rounds for the locals. You may not remember it, but you'll have a great time.
 
2013-10-02 08:48:06 PM

Rip Dashrock: As a Canuck living in the U.S.A. who visits the homeland once a year or so, I am appalled at the price of booze in Canada. Thirty bucks for a 24? Serious financial restructuring would be needed in order for me to stay at the level of intoxication I am used to.
How about weed, what are the prices like, and can I go to a store to purchase?
You get spoiled down here....


you can't goto a store but anything more than 5 for $40 is a god damned robbery and it had damn well be good at that price.  Or so I have heard.
 
2013-10-02 08:52:23 PM
It's like .. a 5% variance. That's rather tiny. I've done a lot of travelling in Canada and the States, and really, if you like any vice, it's easy to get, anywhere, and lots of people are doing it, in all places.
 
2013-10-02 08:54:37 PM

rustypouch: I'm a bit surprised that the maritimes don't drink that much.


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Maybe they don't know Newfoundlanders.
 
2013-10-02 08:56:11 PM

Rip Dashrock: As a Canuck living in the U.S.A. who visits the homeland once a year or so, I am appalled at the price of booze in Canada. Thirty bucks for a 24? Serious financial restructuring would be needed in order for me to stay at the level of intoxication I am used to.
How about weed, what are the prices like, and can I go to a store to purchase?
You get spoiled down here....


Not in stores. I've heard on the streets it's $10-15 for a light gram, buying from a random dealer. If you have a half decent connection, $200-250 for an ounce of good stuff.
 
2013-10-02 08:56:32 PM
Check north of Hiway 7
 
2013-10-02 09:02:54 PM
BC was just too stoned to notice..
 
2013-10-02 09:06:08 PM
What is going on up north,? i guess they're having nunavut
 
2013-10-02 09:08:49 PM
How the Hell does Nova Scotia not beat the rest of Canada at drinking?
 
2013-10-02 09:16:46 PM

krafty420: How the Hell does Nova Scotia Newfoundland not beat the rest of Canada at drinking?

 
2013-10-02 09:20:22 PM

Tony_Pepperoni: krafty420: How the Hell does Nova Scotia Newfoundland not beat the rest of Canada at drinking?


They're all in Alberta "working" the tar sands.
 
2013-10-02 09:25:14 PM

baconbeard: Tony_Pepperoni: krafty420: How the Hell does Nova Scotia Newfoundland not beat the rest of Canada at drinking?

They're all in Alberta "working" the tar sands.


Pretty much this. The oil workers work long weeks, and then piss their money away on booze and strippers during their week off. Rare is the tarsands worker who can actually save some of the mad bank they make.
 
2013-10-02 09:25:35 PM
Having lived in Whitehorse for a time I beg to differ.  There is A LOT more alcohol being drank there than is being reported.
 
2013-10-02 09:29:22 PM
DOUG: Those big cons are gonna' love you, eh.
BOB: what do ya' mean?
DOUG: Your a cute little guy. There gonna' be LOVIN' you from dawn til dusk.
BOB: Where are you gonna' be?
DOUG: I'll be in Quebec selling smokes.
 
2013-10-02 09:29:53 PM

starsrift: baconbeard: Tony_Pepperoni: krafty420: How the Hell does Nova Scotia Newfoundland not beat the rest of Canada at drinking?

They're all in Alberta "working" the tar sands.

Pretty much this. The oil workers work long weeks, and then piss their money away on booze and strippers during their week off. Rare is the tarsands worker who can actually save some of the mad bank they make.


As with any gold rush, it's the guys selling picks and shovels that get rich.  Or in this case, selling booze and titties.
 
2013-10-02 09:35:54 PM

baconbeard: Tony_Pepperoni: krafty420: How the Hell does Nova Scotia Newfoundland not beat the rest of Canada at drinking?

They're all in Alberta "working" the tar sands.


While every third guy in Fort Mac is from the rock, there still isn't a shortage of drinking.  I've partied on George Street and I've partied in MB/SK... I'm not buying the map.
 
2013-10-02 09:36:26 PM
Ontario is average because everyone lives there.  If Ontarians walked around drunk off their asses, doing bong hits on the way to work in a pot smoke filled office, they would still be about average.
 
2013-10-02 09:38:45 PM

Rip Dashrock: As a Canuck living in the U.S.A. who visits the homeland once a year or so, I am appalled at the price of booze in Canada. Thirty bucks for a 24? Serious financial restructuring would be needed in order for me to stay at the level of intoxication I am used to.
How about weed, what are the prices like, and can I go to a store to purchase?
You get spoiled down here....


The weed in canada is plentifull and cheap and of the highest quality my friend.
150$ an oz for kush my friend. Even I was shocked to find such a deal in a crap hole like red deer alberta
 
2013-10-02 09:42:48 PM
Quebec is Frenchier than ever.  That's why.
 
2013-10-02 09:53:05 PM
Which one is Canada again?
 
2013-10-02 09:59:43 PM
Just goes to show where the real money is.
 
2013-10-02 10:02:54 PM

teenage mutant ninja rapist: This is canada my friends. Drinking fighting farking and doing dope of all sorts is all we have to do besides go to work.

you gotta be hard to handle a canadian winter my friends. Regadless of province.


The funniest thing I read recently was Barry Ritholtz's description of what it was like to walk two blocks in Regina in February. Pussy.

And that was a warm day, only -25 with the wind chill.

Personally I like when it's brutally cold - I get to wear my balaclava. Too bad here in- southern Ontario it doesn't go below -20 at all anymore.
 
2013-10-02 10:07:08 PM
So most of the pot smokers are on the coasts, and the French like their alcohol and nicotine more than the rest...
 
2013-10-02 10:12:20 PM

OOBE Juan Kenobi: So most of the pot smokers are on the coasts, and the French like their alcohol and nicotine more than the rest...


...and Newfies have sex with cod.
 
2013-10-02 10:16:04 PM

Gulper Eel: rustypouch: I'm a bit surprised that the maritimes don't drink that much.

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Maybe they don't know Newfoundlanders.


Newfoundland and Labrador aren't part of the maritimes; they ARE part of the Atlantic provinces
 
2013-10-02 10:29:44 PM
A thread about Canada and drinking an no one has mentioned hockey yet?

/I am disappoint
 
2013-10-02 10:31:36 PM
I moved from BC to Alberta a little over a decade ago. First thing you notice are the private liquor stores on every corner, and adult video stores all over as well. That's what you find in a conservative province. In liberal BC you just have Hells Angels growing weed all over, and hippies smoking it.
 
2013-10-02 10:31:50 PM

cajunns: Gulper Eel: rustypouch: I'm a bit surprised that the maritimes don't drink that much.

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Maybe they don't know Newfoundlanders.

Newfoundland and Labrador aren't part of the maritimes; they ARE part of the Atlantic provinces


All the Newfies that I know are Merrytimers.
 
2013-10-02 10:32:23 PM

bborchar: A thread about Canada and drinking an no one has mentioned hockey yet?

/I am disappoint


Mentioning hockey in a thread about drinking is redundant.
 
2013-10-02 10:35:24 PM

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: starsrift: baconbeard: Tony_Pepperoni: krafty420: How the Hell does Nova Scotia Newfoundland not beat the rest of Canada at drinking?

They're all in Alberta "working" the tar sands.

Pretty much this. The oil workers work long weeks, and then piss their money away on booze and strippers during their week off. Rare is the tarsands worker who can actually save some of the mad bank they make.

As with any gold rush, it's the guys selling picks and shovels that get rich.  Or in this case, selling booze and titties.


Waitresses at steak houses are brought up for a couple weeks at a time from Edmonton and Calgary. They make insane tips but the trade-off is that you have to live in the ultimate shiathole - Ft McMurray.
 
2013-10-02 10:44:53 PM
BC doesn't just *take* it, you just don't understand AB, it's really sweet but was just having a bad day.
 
2013-10-02 10:46:22 PM

Russ1642: Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: starsrift: baconbeard: Tony_Pepperoni: krafty420: How the Hell does Nova Scotia Newfoundland not beat the rest of Canada at drinking?

They're all in Alberta "working" the tar sands.

Pretty much this. The oil workers work long weeks, and then piss their money away on booze and strippers during their week off. Rare is the tarsands worker who can actually save some of the mad bank they make.

As with any gold rush, it's the guys selling picks and shovels that get rich.  Or in this case, selling booze and titties.

Waitresses at steak houses are brought up for a couple weeks at a time from Edmonton and Calgary. They make insane tips but the trade-off is that you have to live in the ultimate shiathole - Ft McMurray.


Ft mc is a hard place to be. I lived there for years after finishing university. It doesn't deserve the bad rap though. People there work hard and play hard. But they do it honestly.
 
2013-10-02 10:46:59 PM

que.guero: BC doesn't just *take* it, you just don't understand AB, it's really sweet but was just having a bad day.


Nice!
 
2013-10-02 10:47:23 PM
Where is this handy map you speak of? I am always in search of a handy, you hoser.
 
2013-10-02 10:48:25 PM
The only thing that surprised me about TFA is that since I had half a glass of wine with dinner last Thanksgiving I'm considered a regular drinker.
 
2013-10-02 10:52:58 PM

starsrift: The oil workers work long weeks, and then piss their money away on booze and strippers during their week off.


Well, when you set yourself a goal, I say you should stick to it.
 
2013-10-02 10:57:56 PM

starsrift: baconbeard: Tony_Pepperoni: krafty420: How the Hell does Nova Scotia Newfoundland not beat the rest of Canada at drinking?

They're all in Alberta "working" the tar sands.

Pretty much this. The oil workers work long weeks, and then piss their money away on booze and strippers during their week off. Rare is the tarsands worker who can actually save some of the mad bank they make.


Um... Have you actually been to Fort Mac? No? Then STFU.

/1 strip club for 116,000 people is not what I would call pervasive
//most of them fly back home on days off, it's in their contracts
 
2013-10-02 11:00:44 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: starsrift: baconbeard: Tony_Pepperoni: krafty420: How the Hell does Nova Scotia Newfoundland not beat the rest of Canada at drinking?

They're all in Alberta "working" the tar sands.

Pretty much this. The oil workers work long weeks, and then piss their money away on booze and strippers during their week off. Rare is the tarsands worker who can actually save some of the mad bank they make.

Um... Have you actually been to Fort Mac? No? Then STFU.

/1 strip club for 116,000 people is not what I would call pervasive
//most of them fly back home on days off, it's in their contracts


Agreed! I've lived there too and still end up there for the job. Hard edged place but full of opportunities
 
2013-10-02 11:02:22 PM

Suckmaster Burstingfoam: teenage mutant ninja rapist: This is canada my friends. Drinking fighting farking and doing dope of all sorts is all we have to do besides go to work.

you gotta be hard to handle a canadian winter my friends. Regadless of province.

The funniest thing I read recently was Barry Ritholtz's description of what it was like to walk two blocks in Regina in February. Pussy.

And that was a warm day, only -25 with the wind chill.

Personally I like when it's brutally cold - I get to wear my balaclava. Too bad here in- southern Ontario it doesn't go below -20 at all anymore.


Originally Im a thunder bay guy. Lived there till I was 10. Lived all over the country since. Took a visit back in 96.
it was the most farked up winter I have ever seen. It was it's usual -20 to 30. But the snow, damn it was so much snow.

single story houses were totally buried. Bus shelters buried.
the roads had walls made of snow. Whoever found thunder bay and thought this would be a nice place to live is an idiot.
 
2013-10-02 11:15:22 PM
And as usual, Saskatchewan's hardly worth talking about.
 
2013-10-02 11:21:26 PM

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: OOBE Juan Kenobi: So most of the pot smokers are on the coasts, and the French like their alcohol and nicotine more than the rest...

...and Newfies have sex with cod.


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I wouldn't doubt it...
 
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