This year, Canada had made it all the way to #2 on the list, making us the 2nd most reputable country in the world.
According to the report, Canada has a reputation for being happy, peaceful and relatively free of corruption.
Canada is the only country in both North and South America to make it to the top 10.
But what about the United states? It may surprise you to know that the US only ranked at #28 on the list. And considering this survey came out before the US election, they'll probably drop a few more spots next year.
However, Canada shouldn't get too cocky about this, after all, we were #1 last year and we've dropped to #2, so let's juts make sure we get our top spot back next year shall we?
That's because Canada is the obvious choice. We're close by, we have great beer and we're probably the country that resembles America the most.
However there are a few subtle differences between America and Canada. So in order to minimize the cultures shock we've compiled a list of all the important things Americans need to know about Canada before moving.
Thanksgiving is in October
As it should be. American Thanksgiving is way to close to Christmas.
Winter hats are called tuques
It's pronounced "tük", and sometimes it's spelled "toque". But it's definitely not called a beanie.
Canadian beer is much stronger
Take it easy 'Murica, you have to build up a tolerance before you can drink like a Canadian.
When we wear Uggs, it's out of necessity
We never thought Uggs were fashionable, but we need them to survive winter.
Buddy is a term of endearment
So when someone says he's not your buddy, you're definitely not his friend, guy.
We don't say soda or pop
We either call it a soft drink or we just call it whatever is in the can. If it's a coke, it's a coke, not a soda.
Pizza toppings go under the cheese
Well, as many as we can fit, but sometimes the toppings overflow and we're forced to put some on top.
Dunkin Donuts is an endangered species in Canada.
Milk comes in bags
That's just the way it is. and we don't drink milk at dinner either, that shit's nasty.
Despite what you may think we have a lot of guns here
But we prefer shooting animals and targets rather than each other, and when we do accidentally shoot each other, we have free health care.
But what does Canada have to say about all of this?
Well for that, we must turn to the man whom we elected to speak for us. The man who's job is it to welcome the new President of the United States so that we can maintain a good relationship with our closest ally.
Trudeau released his official statement only a few moments ago congratulating the president elect on his victory: