Category: I am Canadian

Molson Beer Fridge

Molson Beer Fridge

Entertaining commercial by Molson Canadian. I don’t even like beer but would be ecstatic to come upon one of these in another country. Fun idea Molson! We published the spoof too… catch it here.

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I Am Canadian: William Shatner

I Am Canadian: William Shatner

Can’t see the video? Click here. Shatner parodied the I Am Canadian commercial by Molson during an appearance on Just for Laughs I’m not a Starfleet commander, or T.J. Hooker. I don’t live on Starship NCC-170… , or own a phaser. I don’t know anybody named Bones, Sulu, or Spock. And no, I’ve never had […]

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You Know You Wanna Be Canadian!

You Know You Wanna Be Canadian!

[ 9 ] June 30, 2009 |

This is the best pro-Canadian video I’ve seen since the Molson’s I Am Canadian video! Catchy beat, funny and entertaining! Great job Julia and Andrew! Canadian Please Song & video produced by Julia Bentley & Andrew Gunadie Take some time to listen to more on MySpace! You won’t be disappointed! More great Canadian talent! HAPPY […]

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Last Year to Take Advantage of the Molson Barrie Community Fund!

Last Year to Take Advantage of the Molson Barrie Community Fund!

[ 1 ] January 22, 2009 |

If you live, work or operate a business in Barrie, Ontario you have a great opportunity to improve your city! This is the final year of a 10 year, 2 million dollar investment by Molson, to help finance improvements in the community where they once operated a plant. Past ventures include financial assistance for projects […]

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Pet Beaver Commercial by Molson Canadian

Pet Beaver Commercial by Molson Canadian

Another in a great series of commercials by Molson Canadian where a Canadian responds to being teased with Canadian stereotypes in a bar.

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I Am Canadian Rant by Molson

I Am Canadian Rant by Molson

One of Canada’s most memorable advertising campaigns, the I Am Canadian Rant by an “average Joe” spawned an outward expression of Canadian pride. The commercial poked fun at inaccurate Canadian stereotypes while assertively representing the Canadian pride that many Canadians humbly carry. To learn more about the history behind this epic Canadian commercial, visit Wikipedia

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