smccgrey wrote:No, but not apologizing profusely for leaving probably would be.
grey as ive said b4 i have a friend who is starting an MLS program at mcgill. she texted me the other day and said that canada is so much better than the US that she never wants to go back to the US. idk y any1 would say this sort of thing. tbh i think she is going to either 1) marry a canadian for citizenship purposes, or 2) renounce her American citizenship to become canadian.
ive never been to canada so obvs i cant speak to the quality of life in either country, but can you? im assumig youve spent time in the US. is canada like >>>>>>>>>>>>>> US?
Lived in Canada and the US. Your friend's in Montreal, which is entirely different from the rest of Canada. McGill is right downtown, so everything is close by, and it's an incredibly relaxed city atmosphere. It's a student city (I think first or second students per capita in N. America), and student life is pretty vibrant socially. It's a young city, too, because it's the cheapest in Canada for university, and the economy's awful, so everyone moves to Montreal for the subsidized schooling then moves out of province (or country) to get real jobs.
I much prefer the US on the whole, though. Particularly for working, but there's just more happening in general.