How Nice Are We?
On Monday, May 24, The National presents the fourth instalment of our series "Who Do We Think We Are?".
In "How Nice Are We?", we take a look at whether Canadians' reputation for being nice is warranted.
Reg Sherren introduces us to Serge Kaptegaine, a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo who arrived in Canada in 2005. Serge provides a fresh perspective on Canadians and how they behave toward others.
Ian Hanomansing wonders whether the polite, public face that Canadians present actually masks a different point of view.
Is "Sorry" Canada's National Word? Our videojournalist Bob Hilscher explores when, where and why Canadians apologize so darn much.