I doubt you could find enough people in one place to start a hockey game that don't want the best, warmest relations with the US. We stand proud of our neighbors and the friendship we hold; we have not forgotten the thousands of US travelers given free lodging in our homes when stranded by the air traffic shut down in 911. There isn't a Canadian I know that is not proud that we stepped up to the plate and took on the heavy lifting in Kandahar - with poorly equipped troops as well.
Where the issue for most of us starts is when we see Americans forget we are even a friend. The issue comes in with a dick head like Obama who, as I mentioned, threatens the most important trade deal for both of us as campaign rhetoric, proceeds to officially open phase 3 with a promise to "fast track" because the nation needs the oil and the jobs, and then play three years of games, delaying and finally vetoing.
He can lie all he wants to the American people and they obviously don't care. But don't lie to us. Besides, here where lumber was one of the three "kings" of the economy, talking trade deals at all is risky business since the softwood lumber extortion. 10,000 jobs permanently lost is not soon, if ever forgotten