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bank of images of the provinces, territories and big cities of canada, banque d'images des provinces territoires et grandes villes du canada, ontario, ottawa
Moose Welcome Sign
A Black Forest Decor Exclusive - A friendly forest resident greets your guests in the wooden Moose Welcome Sign with a vintage look. This regal moose with pine branches makes your home or cabin an inviting place. Measures 16"W x 3/4"D x 27 3/4"H. ~
DIY Mini Stanley Cup Replica
'Tis the season... for fan-made Stanley Cups to make their appearances at parties, parades, and arenas. Here's how I made mine, which is about half the size of the real cup and MUCH lighter. MATERIALS: - plastic containers - small bowl - center piece from a roll of tape - aluminum foil - aluminum foil tape - hot glue gun and glue sticks - ruler - marker - cardboard scraps - newspaper 1. I printed off a simple picture of the Stanley Cup for reference, then stacked up two plastic containers…
The changing of the guard / La relève de la garde
For more great ideas about things to see and do when you visit Ottawa and Gatineau, check out www.canadascapital.gc.ca/ . Canada's Capital Region: Canadian, just like you! Pour d’autres belles idées d’activités à voir et à faire lors de votre visite dans la région d’Ottawa et Gatineau, visitez notre site web www.capitaleducanada.gc.ca. La région de la capitale du Canada : ça me ressemble!
Maple Leaf Cookies Recipe
With a nod to the north, these buttery sugar cookies pack a delicate crumb and a pure-maple oomph. Package them inside maple-leaf boxes for a great fall gift.
Canada Day Crafts (1st of July Ideas) - Craftionary
Canada day crafts and decoration ideas. I am sharing great ideas to make red and white crafts with kids and get creative with food/ recipes on patriotic day
CanadaInfo: Provinces and Territories
British Columbia is the last province. It is the only province that borders the Pacific Ocean. Then there are the territories, the Yukon, was the first territory to become famous thanks to the Klondike Gold Rush in 1897, the Northwest Territories, known for Dempster Highway, the only highway above the Arctic Circle. And Nunavut, the largest territory, is actually one of the least populated territories.