The Best Classic Canadian Butter Tarts - a definite keeper recipe!
The Best Classic Canadian Butter Tarts - there's a reason why we have a national obsession with these sweet, buttery, caramel-y tarts. I've sampled them in many places across the country and this thick pastry version is my favorite. Don't do the raisin debate, just leave them out if they are not your thing. Everyone should be able to enjoy them as they like them.
Every moment is an experience.
Proud to sing O'Canada, at school, at hockey games, at movie theatres...yes, at movie theatres! I'm old enough that I experienced going to movies when they played the National anthem before it started.
...so Canada's 150 eh ?! - Laura Kitchen • Jena Wyllie
oh Canada... a land of trees, rocks and practical inventions. It is the second largest country, the largest supplier of oil (keep it coming!) , a land that is gloriou
Canada Day Home Decor Printables & Instagram Sign
Happy Canada Day tomorrow! Having people over and are looking for a way to easily spruce up the house? Look no further! Today I am sharing some fun Canada Day wall art printables and an instagram v…
Diseñadores en Canadá protestan contra 5 propuestas de logo por su 150 aniversario | Vecindad Gráfica Diseño Gráfico
El gobierno de Canadá mostró el año pasado 5 opciones para el logo del 150 aniversario: Canadá es un país donde el diseño es bueno, así que de forma propositiva sus diseñadores han creado un sitio …
The word "eh" is not a weird tick Canadians have. It's tacked on to an end of a sentence to illicit a response or input. It's kinda like "right?"
i.e. "It's nice weather out, eh?"
Next year we will be celebrating Canada's 150th birthday. To mark the occasion I created this design a couple of years ago. It consists of 6 official maple leafs (same ones as on the Canadian flag), spelling out C A N A D A. Interestingly enough, each maple leaf consists of 25 sides, or 150 sides total!
Oh Canada Version 2
Happy Birthday Canada! 148 years old today and looking good! Born 1867 July 1, 1867 Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia joined together to create our beautiful Dominion of Canada... not until later did other provinces join the fun, Manitoba and The Northwest Territories 1870, British Columbia 1871, Prince Edward Island 1873, The Yukon Territory 1898, followed by Saskatchewan and Alberta in 1905 and we were not fully complete until 1949 when NewFoundland joined Canada and filled in…