Yes and no... it wasn't a serious question, but all the times I went to Windsor and Toronto, I never saw a single thing that would make me think of Southern US "country"-esque culture.
That is unless you count Grunge as Country :P
LOL! Those are metropolitian cities! Unless you know where to look for country bars in those cities. And they have more of a "pop country flavour".
There is Canadian country music but not necessarily a "culture" (we even have our own country awards and tv station) but the money to make records is in the US due to population difference. Where ever their is an agricultural based economy area, you'll find "country".
My on line name refers more to location rather than music. However, in my case location and music do go hand in hand.