Canadian Heritage

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copper Canadian penny, as of 2012 Canada will no longer be producing pennies

The Canadian 1936 dot cent coin. The penny has a tiny dot on the reverse side, below the date, to distinguish it as a 1936 coin made in Only three are thought to exist in the world

On Sept. 3, 1962, the Trans-Canada Highway opens.

the Trans-Canada Highway opens. One of the world's longest roads, reaches from one end of Canada to the other.

An old finance alert! Come on Canada!

Come on Canada! Vintage National War Finance Committee poster encouraging Canadian to buy Victory Bonds.

The Proclamation of the Canadian Flag  [The Proclamation of the National Flag of Canada / La Proclamation du drapeau national du Canada]

The Proclamation of the Canadian Flag [The Proclamation of the National Flag of Canada / La Proclamation du drapeau national du Canada]

Dolores Clamans song had been used on Hockey Night in Canada since 1968.

CTV purchases The Hockey Theme

Hockey Night in Canada.I remember my dad and brothers gathering around the ole black and white tv to watch the six original teams

bookmobile - 1928

Old school KINDLE.the los angeles public library’s bookmobile for the sick, 1928

2002 Olympic Winter Games

Canada Stamp 2002 - Olympic Winter Games -To celebrate the spirit of the 2002 Winter Games taking place February 2002 in Salt Lake City, Canada Post will issue four stamps featuring some of the most exciting events of the games.

Charter Comes Into Effect  Apr 17, 1982 - The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms came into effect. The Charter guarantees all Canadians fundamental rights, democratic rights, mobility rights, legal rights, equality rights and linguistic rights.

The Charter itself gave people fundamental freedoms, democratic rights, mobility rights, legal rights equality rights, etc.

Postal History Corner

1967 Expo 67 Commemorative Stamp The 1967 World Exhibition was the centerpiece of Canada's Centennial celebration.

This picture, showing the construction of the Union Bank at the south east corner of Bay and King, appeared in the Toronto Evening Telegram on April 4, 1910. It was drawn by the celebrated Canadian artist Owen Staples.

Construction of the Union Bank, Toronto : Owen Staples : Fine Giclee Print

Stompin' Tom Connors - The Consumer. Charles Thomas "Stompin' Tom" Connors is one of Canada's most prolific and well-known country and folk singers.

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