Honestly, it depends on the person. I met many great people in Canada but the cab driver who ripped me off and the person who stole my wallet soured me a bit. My point? Doesn't matter how nice someone is if they're a criminal. Vancouver BC is full of con artists and criminals. Worse than any US city in the Pacific North West.
Having travelled a bit myself, has been my experience that friendliness is generally a personal trait rather than anything else, a lot of it depends on where you are and how you approach others. About the only generalization I have observed is that rural people tend to be a little more social than urban dwellers, but one on one situations such as in a bar or eatery it is easy to get a conversation started wherever you may be.
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Probably Canadians, since they live way out there in the north and constantly need their neighbors' help shoveling 20 feet deep snow , so if they are mean,well, no one's helping them! (My opinion about the snow!)