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Quebec Ranked "Most Easily Offended" Province In Canada, And We Think That's Offensive

Canadians may be known for being laid back, happy and nice, but some of us clearly have some pent-up anger.

The best example of this is when Trudeau forgot to mention Alberta in his Canada Day speech and Albertan lost their minds.

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That's whyVice decided to figure out which province are the most easily offended. That way you can make you sure you don't make any jokes that might hurt their feelings.

Quebec ranked #2, but I think that's offensive. I'm sure if Trudeau had remembered Alberta, we would have taken the #1 spot on the list.

Now I should probably wrap this article up before in accidentally say something that might offend someone.

10. Ontario

9. Manitoba

8. New Brunswick

7. British Columbia

6. Saskatchewan

5. Nova Scotia

4. Prince Edward Island

3. Newfoundland and Labrador

2. Quebec

1. Alberta

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