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canuck fan’s nationalities?

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how many nationalities make up the canuck fan base?

 

i’m a heinz 57 but will answer to metis..french and cree. 

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I am Scottish, British and Dutch. 

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30 minutes ago, dpn1 said:

I am Scottish, British and Dutch. 

my scottish ancestors came from inverness in the highlands. grant town on the spey. also the stewarts and bruces. robert the bruce. where are your ancestor’s from?

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ancestry-wise mostly Russian, a little Polish and I think there's an Austrian in there somewhere. 

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21 minutes ago, Jimmy McGill said:

ancestry-wise mostly Russian, a little Polish and I think there's an Austrian in there somewhere. 

i had ancestors that came from kiev. i’ve always been interested in people lineage. 

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I’m white, white, and white with a touch of white. 

 

Canadian but part British, Scottish, *french* and I think Irish and Welsh as well. 

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Scottish + German matrilineally

 

French + English patrilineally

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Scottish + English matrilineally

Ukrainian + Belgian patrilineally 

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My Dad was born in Scotland to a Brit and Scot.

Mom's a Canuck, both her parents were too, but her Grandparents were Austrian and Irish.

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35 minutes ago, smithers joe said:

i’ve always been interested in people lineage. 

me too, immigrant stories are really fascinating. I think its a big part of what makes Canada the best country in the world, that we're made up of so many people willing to take big chances to make a better life. There's a certain charter and quality there that makes Canada what it is imo. 

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Mom's side - Scottish/British

Dad's side - Finnish/Swedish

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English - French

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I'm Metis on both sides, but I wasn't raised with teachings or traditions, and I don't speak French or Cree, or any Indigenlous language. So, basically white lol

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Posted (edited)

'Black and white and red all over'

Answer: newspaper lol (bad old joke).

Seriously, West African, Scottish, English, French, Cree, Seminole.... Mutt!

But born and raised Canadian.

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I was born in Canada.

 

So my nationality is Canadian.

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Born in Canada and my heritage goes back about 150 years in Canada. One of my great-great grandfathers was born in Canada around 1870. Prior to that, it's a mix of European heritage, most notably German and Dutch.

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