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Oh Canada. 144 things Canadians have given to the world. From http://thespec.com. #funfacts #canada #canadian

On Canada's birthday, 144 things Canadians have given to the world apart from Canadians.

Canadian Snowbirds Formation ... can usually be seen in the skies of Ottawa, Canada during the Canada Day festivities.

The Snowbirds fly in near-perfect formation above the clouds.

Canadian

Canadian - adj: plays well with others

Canadian

Timmy Ho's Coffee, Iced Cap and Iced Coffee.

Canadian money!

Our colourful canadian currency

The Canadian copper penny, as of 2012 is no longer being made...

The Canadian 1936 dot cent coin. The penny has a tiny dot on the reverse side, below the date, to distinguish it as a 1936 coin made in Only three are thought to exist in the world

Love the Polish beers! Especially Tatra!

Brands of Polish beers~ I tried every one I could and brought back ALL the labels and decoupaged them on to a serving tray. Same for bottled juices + vodkas.

All Canadian plates!

All Canadian automobile license plates!

The Victory Nickel is a Canadian coin produced between 1943 and 1945. The design of the coin was intended to promote the Canadian war effort during World War II. The coin was designed by Thomas Shingles, Master Engraver of the Royal Canadian Mint. The rim of the reverse side of the coin bears the message "We Win When We Work Willingly" in Morse code.

The Victory Nickel is a Canadian coin produced between 1943 and The design of the coin was intended to promote the Canadian war effort during World War II. The coin was designed by Thomas Shingles, Master Engraver of the Royal Canadian Mint. The rim

Canadian Toonie!

Canadian two dollars (toonie) Actual Size Image

stubby beer bottles !!

Labatt's beer Labatt Breweries Ltd - Labatt's Blue.we don't use "stubbies" anymore because of science :)

vintage beer. Canadian Molson

The Beer Bed Saving Scheme or more than one way home from University

Canadian Ice Wine

Canadian Holiday - Icewine- Canada is Famous for its Ice Wine, invented in the Okanagan

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

One of the famous symbol that represent Canada and Canadians is most commonly associated with The Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The RCMP holds a special place

We Harvest Icebergs in Labrador and Newfoundland | Every spring, massive islands of ice broken off of glaciers in Greenland parade through ‘Iceberg Alley’, past the coast of Labrador and Newfoundland. Entrepreneurs are harvesting chunks of these cool marvels for some pretty unique products, including wine, vodka, beer, and even skincare products. | Photo © Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism

We Harvest Icebergs in Labrador and Newfoundland Every spring, massive islands of ice broken off of glaciers in Greenland parade through ‘Iceberg Alley’, past the coast of Labrador and Newfoundland. Entrepreneurs are harvesting chunks of these cool marv

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