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Things fits perfect with my life right now:) go to bed and wake up ready to face the next day with a smile!

Canada is a big country with the longest coastline. It is also one of the countries with the highest literacy rate. Find out more interesting facts about Canada in our infographics. #infographics

These are a few fun facts about Canada. Canada is a big country with the longest coastline. It is also one of the countries with the highest literacy rate. Find out more interesting facts about Canada in our infographics.

USA Farm Stars appreciates farmers and all of the sacrifices they make in an effort to feed the USA. Take a moment to thank your local farmer today!

On Canada's 144th birthday, 144 things Canadians have given to the world. Interesting to know!

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

My home and native land!

12 things Canadians ave to be proud of! My home and native land!

Proud to be Canadian!

Proud to be Canadian! from the Molson Canadian rant

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Proud to be Canadian! from the Molson Canadian rant

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Reminds me of Aloha. The Canadian Humor: Eh

~~Prairie Sunset ~ Canadian prairie, Saskatchewan by Ian McGregor~~

Prairie Sunset :: Canadian prairie, Saskatchewan by Ian McGregor

The one that torments EVERY Canadian at some point in their teenage years. To look cool, or to not look cool, that was the question.

Canadian Problem: Freeze in the morning or sweat in the afternoon - your choice

Canadians aren't the only ones who pronounce it this way. The British also say zed. Since they invented the English language; I'm gonna say we Canadians and Brits are pronouncing it right.

Canadians aren't the only ones who pronounce it this way. The British also say zee zed. Since they invented the English language; I'm gonna say we Canadians and Brits are pronouncing it right.

Harry Colebourn and Winnie, 1914. Wikipedia. Harry Colebourn (April 12, 1887 – September 24, 1947) was a Canadian veterinarian and soldier with the Royal Canadian Army Veterinary Corps best known for donating a bear cub named "Winnie" (short for "Winnipeg") to the London Zoo. Winnie later inspired the creation of A.A. Milne's famous children's book character Winnie-the-Pooh.

Winnipeg, or Winnie, was the name given to a female black bear that lived at London Zoo from 1915 until her death in Rescued by cavalry veterinarian Harry Colebourn, Winnie is best-remembered for inspiring A. Milne's character, Winnie-the-Pooh.

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i might be half Canadian

Ever wanted to be Canadian? Find out what your name would be!

Oh Canada... Crochet Patterns for Canada

Free Crochet Pattern Friday Round Up!

Oh Canada! 15 Free Crochet Patterns for Canada eh? Including Provincial Flowers, Maple Leaves, Moose and Beavers!

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