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  1. It would be the BC Forest Service, I think. I don't know that they have distinctive hats.
  2. Otters, because one of the best parts of the game is those moments when you suddenly look up, take a moment's respite from just surviving, and realize how beautiful the world is. Now, imagine there are otters sliding down the hillside into the creek, or trundling along the riverbank. 1:09 in the following video:
  3. Dark Horse Rye to fight cabin fever. This isn't Vancouver, with its craft beer scene: I don't know where you are going to find 'fine' lager in N. B.C.
  4. KD: Kraft Dinner (in the blue box). Seriously, no one here has Kraft Dinner in their cupboards? This is not Canada, it is some kind of alien Potemkin Village that looks like Canada. Ketchup Chips. Canadians are weird for these. Maple Leafs/Sens/Canucks gear. I have found six maple leaf (flag) toques, but not a single Canucks toque (this is BC, after all), Sens jersey (to harvest for rags, obviously), or Maple Leafs (national losers) scarf. Who are these people? The Hockey Sweater* should be a easter egg. Also, I want to hit wolves with a hockey stick. Duct Tape ("handyman's helper"). Also, put at least one Red Green poster somewhere. (Next to a workbench: "If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.") Maple Syrup. To be honest, forty days in I have still not found a maple sapling, but that doesn't strike me as odd as that there is no maple syrup in the cupboards of these 'Canadians.' Grade B amber in the tin can, please. I am also struck by the lack of cooking oil, rice, and noodles (see Kraft Dinner, above). Honorable Mention: Inukshuks, Butter Tarts, Nanaimo Bars, Sugar Pie * Non-Canadians can treat themselves to this inscrutable piece of national folklore by watching the following video: