But anyway, I feel inclined to take slight exception with the artist's portrayal of Canada, because I have a fairly clear mental image of what a cutesy anthropomorphic personification of Canada would be like, and it's not him. For one thing, I see Canada as a girl.
* Name: Victoria-Marie Fraser
* Age: younger than America (but you couldn't tell by the way they act)
* Hair: light brown
* Eyes: one blue, one brown. This is highly symbolic.
* Costume notes: wears little librarian glasses, and sometimes snowshoes or a Mountie stetson.
* Personality: intelligent and conscientious, but a bit neurotic due to unresolved issues from her childhood. Also has a bit of a complex where America is concerned. Polite, but shows a quirky, self-deprecating sense of humor once you get to know her well. Likes curling, snowshoeing, poutine, folk singing, weird independent films that all use the same ten actors, Royal Commissions, socialized medicine, and bringing up the War of 1812 in everyday conversation.