Naw just find it funny that other countries don't have it and see people talk about what to do with hate speech or anything offensive.
Other countries such as what?
In your example with Canada, that's disrupting a comedian in the middle of the performance. One dude who does a little here and there, maybe you can ignore if he's not too persistent, but a "group", you say? That's ruining not only the comedian, but the entire audience who paid to see the performance who's getting the whole thing disrupted. Not to mention the fact that
Just as you're free to say what you want, that doesn't mean I'm legally required to listen to you. There's also a time and a place for saying what you have to say. A lot of us Americans tend to confuse "free speech" with "I can say whatever I want whenever I want to", which simply isn't true. That's just making excuses for being a rude, loudmouthed moron. By that logic, Westboro Baptist Church protesting at the funeral of a gay soldier (and other funerals) would be okay, despite the trauma it would put on the grieving friends and family.
Mind you, you still DO have the right to say whatever you want. Not happy with the government? You can protest. Don't like Snickers? You can petition your store to stop selling them. Heck, if you just want to be offensive for the sake of being offensive, you know what? You can. You could sign on as a comedian and tell obscene jokes on stage for an hour. There are some places in this country where you can even walk around buck naked as a means of free expression. The difference is, again, time and place.
On top of ALL OF THAT, regardless of where people are from, why should they not have an opinion on free speech? The laws of the area they live in don't necessarily reflect their own values.