I see the video below as a metaphor for the language issues in Canada. The trailer is the "two solitudes" the gulf of communication and culture between two people who speak a different language. The car represents the base culture that we all actually share (thriftiness, appreciation of semi-rural suburban living, desire to smash things in creative ways) but aren't aware of because of our different languages. The drivers are the people like you and me who want to live in a culturally diverse Canada that respects all of its traditions. Now watch what happens to the two solitudes when we finally get in the driver's seat:
Don't every change, people of the Regions. I love the dude at the end going "CIBWAAAAAA!"