Like any country, Canada has its own set of characteristic stereotypes. From an undying love of poutine to a perpetual habit of saying sorry, Canadians are known worldwide for their quirky qualities and mannerisms.

But there are some stereotypes that only Canadians would know about. Across the nation, every province and territory also carries a unique set of stereotypes. Some might even say that learning such stereotypes is a better way to get to know each region, rather than looking at numbers and facts.

To demonstrate this, here are 11 brutally honest starter packs to describe the provinces and territories in Canada:

NOTE: For those of you who are not acquainted with starter packs, they are essentially collages of photos that collectively over-exaggerate common stereotypes of the subjects they represent. Please take the following starter packs seriously at your own risk.


The "I'm from BC" starter pack:



The "I'm from Alberta" starter pack:


The "I'm from Saskatchewan" starter pack:


The "I'm from Manitoba" starter pack:


The "I'm from Ontario" starter pack:


The "I'm from Quebec" starter pack:


The "I'm from New Brunswick" starter pack:


The "I'm from Nova Scotia" starter pack:


The "I'm from PEI" starter pack:


The "I'm from Newfoundland" starter pack:


The "I'm from the Territories" starter pack:


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