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In '''Magnificent Canada's Traveler's Journal''' and '''I'll be the King of Adventure too, one day''', America reads on the adventures of the man who discovered the land of legend, "Canada", while at the same time, eating pancakes at Canada's house. When he finishes reading, he proclaims that he too will discover this land called "Canada". When Canada offers him some coffee, America freaks, yelling, "It's Canadaaaa!!" Canada ignores all this, and asks if he wants some maple syrup in his coffee, as well.
 
In '''Magnificent Canada's Traveler's Journal''' and '''I'll be the King of Adventure too, one day''', America reads on the adventures of the man who discovered the land of legend, "Canada", while at the same time, eating pancakes at Canada's house. When he finishes reading, he proclaims that he too will discover this land called "Canada". When Canada offers him some coffee, America freaks, yelling, "It's Canadaaaa!!" Canada ignores all this, and asks if he wants some maple syrup in his coffee, as well.
 
==Fan Speculations==
 
==Fan Speculations==
Fans may pair these two together due to their relationship in real life. They share the longest undefended border, each other's most important trading partners, best allies (including NAFTA, and the lesser-known NORAD, a merged airforce. It should be noted that Canadian and American troops often train together) and a long history. Despite not having an official 'special relationship', the relations of the two are one of the most internationally recognized, and one of the.most beneficial - despite having merged on many different fields, the two continue to remain Sovereign States.
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Fans may pair these two together due to their relationship in real life. They share the longest undefended border, each other's most important rading partners, best allies (including NAFTA, and the lesser-known NORAD, a merged airforce. It should be noted that Canadian and American troops often train together) and a long history. Despite not having an official 'special relationship', the relations of the two are one of the most internationally recognized, and one of the.most beneficial - despite having merged on many different fields, the two continue to remain Sovereign States.
   
 
The relationship between the two country's leaders, both past and present, have been famously close - for example, Chrétien and Clinton were golfing partners, while Harper and Obama have been known to make hockey bets.
 
The relationship between the two country's leaders, both past and present, have been famously close - for example, Chrétien and Clinton were golfing partners, while Harper and Obama have been known to make hockey bets.
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