Toronto-Based Anger Management Group Protests “Canada Nice” Stereotype

Members of an anger management group based in Toronto protested at the U.S. Consulate over the weekend, as demonstrators insisted that not all Canadians are nice and that Americans should abandon the widely used “Canada nice” stereotype.

The group, which goes by the name “Breathe in, Breath Out,” includes members who suffer from rage, extreme frustration, and other feelings triggered by anger.

TrollWire flew Ernie Sanders to Toronto to interview a few of the protesters. “Tells us, what is this all about?” Sanders asked one of the demonstrators, who claims his biggest trigger is crying babies. “This has to be a joke. I’ve never met a mean Canadian.”

The protester then punched Sanders in the face, likely just to make a point.