Vancouver, Canada - super scary, but I might consider doing it at night with all the lights!!

Capilano Bridge Vancouver, Canada - super scary, but I might consider doing it at night with all the lights!

Keep Calm and love Canada. Sometimes I wish I were a Canadian...  ^^^ this was the original caption... I always with I was Canadian!

Keep Calm and love Canada. Sometimes I wish I were a Canadian. ^^^ this was the original caption. I always wish I was Canadian! <<< I am a proud Canadian, and I love this country! "The true north strong and free.

Canadian Mittens :-)

With a cozy pair of Canadian mittens like these, cold hands will never be a problem again! The iconic red mittens are worn by Canadians in support of their winter Olympic athletes.

The Highway of Heroes - Canada is the only country in the world that repatriates all their fallen soldiers to the same location (Trenton Air Base, Ontario). Since 2002 supporters of Canadian Troops have been lining the route on the overpasses of the highway; flying a flag, saluting and showing support as the procession of vehicles passes on their way to the official coroner's office for the Troops located in Toronto. In 2007 the Macdonald-Carter Highway 401 became the Highway of Heroes.

The stretch of highway 401 running from Trenton Ontario in remembrance of Canada's fallen soldiers. The soldiers are taken from Canada Forces Base (Trenton) to their final resting place.

Joffre Lakes, Pemberton

Scuba Diving From A Liveaboard In The Bahamas

Change Islands in Canada's province of Newfoundland and Labrador | @explorecanada

Change Islands in Canada's province of Newfoundland and Labrador by explorecanada. more with healing sounds:

Canada: Random and Cool Canadian Facts About This Country is a fun collection of little known facts about Canada.

Canada: Random and Cool Canadian Facts About This Country

Free animated and still graphics for Canada Day. Featuring Canadian flags, of July celebrations, maple leaves and other images familiar to Canadians.

Cathedral Grove, Vancouver Island

Canada's largest tree the "Cheewat Cedar" on Vancouver Island measures ft in circumference, 182 ft in height, and is has an estimated age of years!

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