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January 5, 2012

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Erik Warrior

From Sea to Shining Sea. As for wood pulp, I'd guess British Columbia, but it could just as easily be Ontario ;) Welcome to the brotherhood, time to bone up on the secret handshake.

All joking aside, it's a fascinating reality that we live in whereby we are forced to go through such immigration processes where our forebears might not have. Myself having dual British/Canadian citizenship by birth (born and rasied in Canada, British citizen by descent) has always led me to feeling somewhat more British than any of my other heritages in a weird way, despite never having lived in the UK. Now that I'm living in England, I don't think I've ever felt more Canadian.

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