Maple Leaf Forever

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Pierre Berton: prolific writer, mischievous guest on CBC's Rick Mercer Report, and co-founder of the Writers' Trust of Canada Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Canadian People, Inspirational Leaders, Happy Canada Day, Canada Eh, True North, Cool Countries

Pierre Berton, Activist | The Tyee

Prolific and wildly popular, he used his fame to fight for public medicine and Canada itself.

Canada Day: July 1 inspires patriotism in Canadians. The Hamilton Spectator is listing 144 Things Canada Has Given the World. Cv Canada, Canada Day 150, Canada Day Party, Voyage Canada, Canada Travel, Canada For Kids, Info Canada, Canada Tours, Canadian Things

144 Things Canada Has Given the World

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Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae served on the Western Front as a Canadian soldier famously penning his celebrated rondeau, 'In Flander's Fields' after the Battle of Ypres. - from Wikipaedia Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Ww1 Soldiers, World War One, First World, Bob Marley, Second Battle Of Ypres, Soldier Haircut

John McCrae - Wikipedia

Lieutenant Colonel John Alexander McCrae (1872 – 1918) was born in Guelph, Ontario. He was a Canadian poet, physician, author, artist and soldier during World War I and a surgeon during the Second Battle of Ypres, in Belgium. He is best known for writing the famous war memorial poem "In Flanders Fields".

Wayne and Shuster were a Canadian comedy duo formed by Johnny Wayne and Frank Shuster. They were active professionally from the early 1940s until the late 1980s. Wayne and Shuster were well known in Canada, and were Ed Sullivan's most frequently recurring guests, appearing a record 67 times on his show. Canadian People, I Am Canadian, Canadian Bacon, Canadian History, Ontario, Toronto, Canadian Forest, Capital Of Canada, Comedy Duos

Wayne and Shuster were a Canadian comedy duo formed by Johnny Wayne and Frank Shuster. They were active professionally from the early 1940s until the late 1980s. Wayne and Shuster were well known in Canada, and were Ed Sullivan's most frequently recurring guests, appearing a record 67 times on his show.

A fascinating array of Mounties, maple leaves and beavers. This beautifully illustrated large-format pictorial features perhaps the most amazing collection ever Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Canadian Facts, Canadian Symbols, Canada Day Fireworks, Meanwhile In Canada, Nepal Mount Everest, Canada 150

Maple Leaf Forever: A Celebration Of Canadian Symbols

A fascinating array of Mounties, maple leaves and beavers. This beautifully illustrated large-format pictorial features perhaps the most amazing collection ever assembled of objects depicting Canada''s three most enduring national symbols: the Mountie, the maple leaf and the beaver. Each is iconic, communicating "Canada" to people everywhere. Included are items as diverse as: A centuries-old fishing spear and a modern goalie''s mask Vintage toys and tacky taxidermy War medals and Easter eggs…

Burton Cummings, lead singer of the Guess Who. Hails from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Met him many times before he was rich and famous. Clap For The Wolfman, Burton Cummings, Mack The Knife, The Guess Who, City Winery, O Canada, Concert Tickets, Music Bands, Rock Music

Spexon Toronto on Twitter

“Iconic Canadian singer and songwriter @burtoncummings hits the stage of @CasinoRamaLive tonight & tomorrow.”

Toronto scientists Frederick Banting, Charles Best (pictured), and James Collip didn't actually invent insulin in 1922 — it's a hormone naturally produced by the pancreas. Instead, they discovered it and learned how it could treat diabetes. Frederick Banting, Antoine Griezmann, General Quiz, Heritage Foundation, Canadian History, Canada, Diabetic Dog, University Of Toronto, Biochemistry

19 Famous Things Invented in Canada

The good people of Canada are responsible for many inventions you use every day.

Toronto Maple Leafs players in pre-war 1939 march through a trench in a military training session. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, 1920s, Canadian Identity, Canada Cup, Hockey Pictures, Image Center, Dioramas

Recapturing Canadian history

1930s Vintage Photo: Members of the Toronto Maple Leaf hockey team in the trenches during a military training session, 1939. Photo at Ryerson Image Centre #1930s #WW2 #Hockey #vintagephotography #mapleleafs #history

 Frederick Grant Banting (Canadian medical scientist doctor) is the youngest Nobel prize laureate for Physiology/Medicine medicine for his discovery of insulin for diabetes. Imagine the millions of people his work helped! I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Canadian Things, Frederick Banting, Extraordinary People, People Of Interest, Science, Type 1 Diabetes, Medical History

Premium Photographic Print: Portrait of Dr. Frederick Banting, Canadian Physician Who Discovered Insulin : 24x18in

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Wayne And Shuster Tribute

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