Canada is one of the largest countries in the world but for some reason, when outsiders talk about it, they'll mention a single Canadian accent as if everyone spoke the same. Do Canadians all use words like "eh" and "aboot" in everyday conversation? Of course not! It's funny when you think about it considering that a country like the United States is known for such a wide array of accents like Bostonian, Bronx, Valley Girl, Jersey, Louisiana and so many more. Likewise, England has seemingly endless accents from Cockney to Welsh to Geordie and dozens more, all in a country smaller than most Canadian provinces.
It seems like the problem is that many people just don't know Canada well enough to know the variety of accents. But if you live in Canada, you can definitely pull those accents apart pretty easily. The different regions of Canada have their own distinct dialects, slang, and accents that can indicate to everyone else where you're from, or at least where you've spent some time. So, why not grab yourself a Molson and take a little journey through Canada while we figure out just what kind of accent you have. If we don't get it right by the end, well, we'll be super sorry, eh?