There is some great Canadian comedy that is getting buried by time...time, and those massive Canadian sandstorms. This brilliant Canadian comedy short from 2001 featuring Bob Martin and Colin Mochrie is a clever poke at marketing and business. What would the world be like if everyone spoke the truth?
This is a humorous video about Vancouver citizens answering questions from foreigners, such as "Can I walk from Vancouver to Toronto???" Sure...why not.
The Simpsons' Ned Flanders appears to have a Canadian doppleganger!
Self-deprecating comedian Stewart Francis endears himself to a Scottish crowd with his deadpan comedy one-liners.
I'm starting to think that the writers of Family Guy might have actually spent time in Canada...or someone is spying for them!
Classic skit with Bob & Doug McKenzie of the fictional talk show "Great White North", as played by Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas. Bob & Doug were a sensation in the early 1980's with their iconic Canadian accents, and their toque-wearing, beer drinking, bbq-warming humour.
Here's a little bit of Internet love for Canadian comedian Ron James, popular funnyman to Canadians, but doesn't get the same attention south of the border.
If you can't imagine how horrible Canadian prisons really are, Family Guy offers its unique perspective.
Russell Peters tells you how to become a Canadian citizen.
While the accent is unclear, Homer Simpson might be using some sort of South Canadian dialect. He might be Canadian, but I think probably not, eh.