Comments:"What Olympics?" say 34 percent of Canadians about 2010
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I don't want to be mean or racist to the Canadian culture, but I'm afraid Canadians don't really watch the news or read the newspaper, or apparently, they don't even care! I live in Canada and at work I am dumbfounded when I hear that some of my friends haven't heard of important things happening in the world. After a few years, my expectations of Canadians have decreased and nobody likes to hear that but it's the truth. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 02:53, 9 December 2007 (UTC)
- I read the newspaper, watch the TV news, read Wikinews, etc, etc, all the time. I really care about what's going on in the world. There is tons of stuff happening every day around the world! We should not be close minded and not read the news, and only read about what's going on in one country!! I don't feel sorry for those people at your office. They just don't care. Pretty sad. —FellowWiki Newsie 19:31, 9 December 2007 (UTC)