Auroras over Northern Canada

Auroras over Northern Canada Image Credit & Copyright: Kwon, O Chul (TWAN) Explanation: Gusting solar winds and blasts of charged particles.

St. John’s, Newfoundland Gord Follett

Looking to eventually get a vacation property in the Canadian Maritimes. John’s, Newfoundland Gord Follett

Canada 4¢ Beaver stamp 1954 | National Archives of Canada

Canada Beaver stamp 1954 National Archives of Canada-----and by the early it had only gone up one penny.

The Canadian Dollar Bill....when it was still paper

The Canadian Dollar Bill, now extinct, this paper dollar was replaced with the "Loonie" Canadian one dollar coin

Terry Fox

Terry Fox -- the gentleman who hiked from the Atlantic to the Pacific statue canada

Inuit village of Ivujivik in Nunavik, Canada

Inuit people (no names or date) and village of Ivujivik in Nunavik, Canada -- What a beautiful image!

The Yukon Canada

The Yukon Canada A winter wonderland March Dog mushing is lots of fun Flying Over the frozen landscape Carcross Winter beach Rug up in front of a fire in a lodge or cosy cabin The Yukon Whitehorse history Captivating landscapes

Sir John A. Macdonald  (1815 – 1891) was born in Scotland.  He was the first Prime Minister of Canada. The dominant figure of Canadian Confederation, his political career spanned almost half a century. Macdonald served 19 years as Canadian Prime Minister (the 2nd longest). He lost office for 5 years in the 1870s over the Pacific Scandal (bribery in the financing of the CPR). After regaining his position, he saw the railroad through to completion in 1885, which helped unite Canada.

Sir John A. MACDONALD ~ He was the first Prime Minister of Canada. The dominant figure of Canadian Confederation, his political career spanned almost half a century. Macdonald served 19 years as Canadian Prime Minister.

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