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1936 Canadian dot coins - Among the most valuable Canadian coins are the 1936 Canadian coin dot specimens. These coins are not only valuable in terms of market price but also of historical significance. Canadian Penny, Canadian Coins, Canadian Maple, Us Coins, Rare Coins, Coins Worth Money, Talisman, Valuable Coins, Foreign Coins

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My parents didn't drink beer.but my uncle did. Labatt and Molson were the most popular brands. The smell (and subsequent trial taste) were, in my opinion, awful. But I'll forever remember the stubby bottled beer and the brand logos. Canadian Beer, Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Easy Rider, Quebec, American Beer, Canada Day, My Childhood Memories

Canada Has Lost Pride In Our Beers • A Crock of Schmidt

Canadians have long taken excessive pride in our beer. It’s a tenuous point of boasting considering the long, hallowed history brewing has in the Old World, not to mention that when Canadians crow about our beer it’s solely in comparison to American beer, a contest arguably on par with the last two finishers in an […]

Nackawic, New Brunswick, Canada Photo by blamstur . We head back to Canada for another International Spotlight. The town of Nackawic, N. Westminster, Immigration Au Canada, New Brunswick Canada, East Coast Travel, Canadian Travel, Atlantic Canada, Canada Eh, Roadside Attractions, Thinking Day

The Big Stuff Project

July 31 to August 4, 2010 - Northern California This is the last old one before I get into the new ones from our recent trip. Last summer we went to visit my wife's sister and her husband who live in Eureka, CA. They were nice enough to take us to see the local big stuff. The World's Largest Totem Pole resides in nearby McKinleyville. There are a number of places along the Pacific coast that claim the world's largest totem pole, often with some kind of qualifier like "from one log" or…

And The World's Largest Kielbasa Sausage in Mundare, Alberta Canada Is Adorably Obsessed With Turning Small Boring Things Into Giant Things Dominion Day, Jack Of Hearts, Statues, Canada Eh, Roadside Attractions, Kielbasa Sausage, World's Biggest, Alberta Canada, Canada Travel

The Jack of Hearts

This year, I'm proud to present a Dominion Day photacular. From our bulging collection of Canadian roadside attractions. "Big Stupid Fish" -- Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario "Canada Goose" -- Wawa, Ontario "Winnie the Pooh" -- White River, Ontario Happy Dominion Day, Pooh-bear. "Bicycles on a Standard (for some reason)" -- Manitouwadge, Ontario "Terry Fox Memorial" -- Thunder Bay, Ontario "Max, the Moose" -- Dryden, Ontario "Husky, the Muskie" -- Kenora, Ontario "Inukshuk" -- Vermillion Bay…

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1942-1963 - The 12-Sided Coin

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A photo of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau featured in the January issue of Vogue. Norman Jean Roy for VOGUE Hottest Politicians, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, Trudeau Canada, Pm Trudeau, Norman Jean Roy, Magazine Vogue, Vogue Photo, Vintage Fashion Photography, Raining Men

Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau reveals Justin Trudeau’s romantic side in 'Vogue'

Sophie and Justin open up in the iconic fashion publication.

At 27 feet high, 12 feet wide, weighing lbs, the World's Largest Pyrogy is located in Glendon, Alberta. How fun would it be to do a road trip and hit all these weird roadside attractions! Statues, Canada Eh, Roadside Attractions, Destinations, World's Biggest, Land Art, Alberta Canada, Canada Travel, Worlds Largest

Alberta, Canada's Weirdest Roadside Attractions

Looking for something fun and adventurous to do this summer? Why not take a roadtrip across Canada? When I first came to Canada, I fell in love with the flat prairie landscapes and Northern lights. Picture a landscape that's so flat and open -...

Former Maple Leaf defenceman Tim Horton offering you a donut, outside one of his coffee shops he first opened in when he was still playing. There are now Tim Hortons across Canada. Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Canadian Facts, Canadian Cuisine, Timmy Time, Hamilton Ontario, Canada Eh, Toronto Maple Leafs

Ted Darling and The 1975 Sabres

The Voice of the Buffalo Sabres, Ted Darling, narrates the story of the 1975 Sabres Stanley Cup Season, featuring the play-by-play calls of both Ted and Rick Jeanneret.

Aaccording to the Canadian, this is one of world's most beautiful stamp. Stamp name: Bluenose (fishing boat) Color: blue Country: Canada Year: 1929 Facial Value: 50 cents Text in French and English: Postes / Post Bluenose stamp - Canada - 1929 -. Rare Stamps, Old Stamps, Vintage Stamps, Vintage Ads, Timbre Canada, Newfoundland, Mail Art, Stamp Collecting, Pin Up

Bluenose stamp - Canada - 1929

Aaccording to the Canadian, this is one of world's most beautiful stamp. Stamp name: Bluenose (fishing boat) Color: blue Country: Canada Year: 1929 Facial Value: 50 cents Text in French and English: Postes / Post Bluenose stamp - Canada - 1929 -...