History buffs: the failing grade

What does it mean to be quintessentially Canadian?

On the international stage, Canadians are often thought to be polite, quiet and pleasantly diplomatic. Sure, we have a few defining characteristics floating a-boot, but how did we earn this kind of passive and unassuming persona? When put simply, are we as polite as we seem?

Glue reporters Meagan Sylvester, Rat Norvegicus and Steven Sedgwick-Williams sat down to discuss Canadian identity and why students are disinterested in learning Canuck history.