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There's A Song About Canada Being Nice & The 'Come From Away' People Wrote It

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Canada Is Nice Sentiment Was Put Into A Song & The 'Come From Away' People Wrote It

You've probably heard that Canada is nice so now there's a song that talks about just how nice it is and it was written by the Come From Away people.

Explore Canada shared a video for the song "This is Canada Nice" that includes all the reasons why the country is amazing.

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It was created by Irene Sankoff and David Hein, the people who made the Broadway musical Come From Away, which is basically the ultimate example of Canadian niceness.

The song goes through things that make Canada known around the world as being nice.

There are Muskoka chairs, welcoming newcomers, ketchup chips, Nanaimo bars, pride parades, dreaming about the Stanley Cup, maple syrup, the Rockies, Niagara Falls and getting poutine after going to the bar.

Even the debate about whether or not butter tarts need raisins is considered something nice about Canada.

Prominent women from throughout the country's history like Viola Desmond, Laura Secord and Rita Joe were name-dropped.

In 2020, Canada was named the second-best country in the world overall and the first for quality of life.

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