December 02, 2016

Generation Trudeau: Drunk millennials struggle to name great Canadian woman for bank note

David MenziesMission Specialist

On December 8th, the Bank of Canada will decide which Canadian woman will grace the new series of bank notes to be released in 2018.


I headed out after dark to find out what members of Generation Trudeau have to say about who that great Canadian woman should be.

They may be members of generation Trudeau, but they don’t seem to be on the same page as Trudeau when it comes to finding a great Canadian woman since the top three picks included Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and Rob Ford

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commented 2016-12-05 10:19:05 -0500
“Why don’t we stick with animals , birds , flowers , fish and moss. …”

Good idea. My vote goes for the seagull as a true representative of most* Canadians. When it’s not shitting, squawking, or flapping, it’s looking for handouts.
  • 67% of voters marked their X for Liberal, NDP, or Greens
commented 2016-12-04 07:15:35 -0500
Why don’t we stick with animals , birds , flowers , fish and moss. . This way no one can bitch, whine and complain about being victimized .
commented 2016-12-04 04:24:49 -0500
How about Laura Secord,

Barbara Hanley, the first woman mayor of any town in Canada. Charlotte Elizabeth Whitton, the first woman mayor of a major city in Canada running Ottawa for many years.

Then there was Barbara Hall, mayor of Toronto. How about Daurene Lewis, the first black woman mayor.

Agnes Macphail was the first woman elected to the House of Commons.

Jennie Trout was the first woman to earn an M.D.

Linda Frum.

Since its usually a Prime Minister, Kim Campbell?

Do any of these geniuses know any of these names? Doubtful.

Better yet, why not have a person on our money who deserved recognition and not because of their sex organs?

The queen of Canada is on our money. Doesn’t she qualify as a women? She is our monarch. We are her subjects. She is our ruler.

Does Baby Doc’s requirements include being an immigrant, or wearing a hajib? Since he stated that Canada belongs to Quebec, maybe Pauline Marois? You know, the PQ premier who wanted to break up Canada.

Who knows, maybe he will surprise us with Baby Doc’s father? His wife Princess Sophie Hasnobrains?
commented 2016-12-04 02:17:17 -0500
“Menzoid” David Menzies is the same man who went into a polling station during the last federal election dressed in a full length black gown.

He is weird. That is all I can say.
commented 2016-12-03 07:50:55 -0500
My vote goes to liddle Juthtinth mommy, Shaggy Maggie – for putting Canadian fur in the international spotlight back in the 70s !
commented 2016-12-02 21:27:11 -0500
That video shows why Trudeau Liberals won the last election. The people in the video didn’t know anything about the issue and neither did they care. Trudeau’s Liberals were successful in mobilizing people like that to vote in the last election. All flash and no substance.
commented 2016-12-02 20:49:54 -0500
Well from a purely aesthetic view, either Wynne or Notley would be a good choice , when the bill gets wrinkled their faces will still look the same.
commented 2016-12-02 19:54:24 -0500
KD Lang: she would probably be the most politically correct person to appeal to every type of Cdn. + she’s a powerful singer!
commented 2016-12-02 19:45:33 -0500
Maybe Canadians don’t know that WE ALREADY HAVE A WOMAN ON OUR CURRENCY, because we are not allowed to keep our own money.
commented 2016-12-02 19:43:19 -0500
The next woman on the Canadian money will be Justin Trudeau. Can’t get more feminine than that!
commented 2016-12-02 19:17:59 -0500
Oh…mom and dad should be SO proud as they draw off their pipe. Ffs…pathetic
commented 2016-12-02 17:18:10 -0500
Faith Goldy, Lauren Southern or Sheila Gunn Reid --kinda hard to go wrong.
commented 2016-12-02 17:13:34 -0500
Keith Barnes – he certainly runs like a woman!
commented 2016-12-02 16:49:18 -0500
All the other people on our bank notes are head of government of chiefs of state. There have been a few female chiefs of state and one is on the $20 and all coins, but there has only been one head of government, though she is unpopular, was never elected, and isn’t dead yet. So, sounds like we’re going to lowering the standard to try to pretend that a different woman is worthy.
commented 2016-12-02 16:07:59 -0500
Wow is it worth saving the country
commented 2016-12-02 16:05:58 -0500
There is only one answer for the first woman to appear on Canadian Banknotes and that, of course is Justin Trudeau, who permanently has her knickers in a twist.