Family isn't always perfect, and that was a sentiment brought up in a speech during Joe Biden's Canada visit all the way back in 2016.\nThe Democratic candidate paid a visit to Ottawa in December of that year to attend a dinner held by the prime minister.\nThere, he gave a speech that touched on the relationship between both countries, noting that it isn't always perfect, but that Canada and the United States are like family.\nEditor's Choice: US Election Polls: One Province Is More Passionate About The Election Than All The Rest\n\n\n“\n\n\nI know sometimes we’re like the big brother that’s a pain in the neck and overbearing — and I mean that sincerely.\n\n\nJoe Biden\n\n\n\nBiden had to admit that his home country was sometimes a little bit "overbearing," and could be a "pain in the neck."\nHowever, he also emphasized, "the friendship between us is absolutely critical to the United States, our well-being, our security, our sense of ourselves."\nThe former vice president then added that there is "no quit in Canada."\nA line Biden included in his speech still rings true four years later. He said, "We’re going to get through this period because we’re Americans and we’re Canadians."\nHe closed his remarks with an enthusiastic toast of "Vive le Canada."