Originally Posted by Bigtime
I take offense to this Texas like analogy, you are simply continuing the myth that all of us here in Alberta are a bunch of bull riding redneck cowboys!
Seriously though, I think Alberta has about a 60% Texas, 40% Colorado feel to it.
I think Colorado, and Texas, have some Alberta in them, but when you get down to it, Alberta is made up of people from all over Canada, every prov/ter, and from all over the world, so this has made a unique place.
I think every prov/ter is unique in their own right.
I was Born in New Brunswick and now live in Alberta, but i call both home.
However, there are differences in culture, language, geography, and everything just seams old in New Brunswick, which i enjoy. The biggest difference that catchs my eye in the number of churches. In New Brunswick there seams to be more, if thats true or not i don'y know, but their churches tend to be in the old style, not in theses new odd designs.
I got side tracked, but the point is that yes their are similarities in some states and provs, but deep at the core they are different.