I don't understand why it is that only Canadians seem to bring this up
I'm a canadian, and until now I've only ever seen it brought up by people who I presume are american. Also bgarcia's invocation of it is really out of context, so this seems like a pretty bad example to jump on.
Could be something else, too, of course
Here are some possibilities
1. Living so close to a place where there are $15/hr jobs, nobody wants to apply for a $10/hr job.
2. Being downtown, many people probably drop off resumes even those locations aren't hiring, so they likely don't need to advertise to get a pool of applicants.
I'm willing to bet after the first notification, people just move to a VPN service to hide behind...
Not only this (and I know people who did exactly that), but people are also opting for VPNs to get around Netflix geo-blocking. I bet a lot of the Canadian reduction is mirrored in US increases.
You want a blonde with big tits today and a redhead with little tits tomorrow?
When I read this the first thing that popped into my head was "Why not Zoidberg?" I think something is wrong with me.
On a side note, I also see a lot of people in these protests saying sex-ed is for high school. There was a pregnant girl in my class in grade 6, she was 11 and it was from consensual sex with a 13 year old. Most of my friends were sexually active to some degree prior to high school.