I AM a Proud Canadian

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People, inventions and ideas with roots in Canada

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Foster Hewitt, was a 1923 Canadian Hockey broadcaster. He was mainly famous for his lines discussing the play-by-play of Hockey Night In Canada. His most famous line was "He Shoots. He Scores! Canadian People, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Hockey Games, Ice Hockey, Hockey Pictures, Canada Eh, Sports Figures, National Hockey League

Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - One on One with Foster Hewitt

Foster Hewitt made Canada's 1st live radio hockey broadcast on Feb. 16, 1923.

Happy Canada Day from Winnie the Pooh–his Canadian connection to Winnipeg… Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Canadian Gifts, Canada Day Images, All About Canada, Meanwhile In Canada, Happy Canada Day, Canada 150

Happy Canada Day from Winnie the Pooh

In honor of Canada Day and the upcoming release of Disney’s new animated film Winnie the Pooh, here’s the story of

Happy Canada Day Because we're all proud of our country, aren't we? Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian Girls, Canada Quotes, Canada Memes, Canada Funny, Canada Humor, Banff, All About Canada

Instagram post by Leslie Roberts • Jan 22, 2017 at 8:28pm UTC

122 Likes, 2 Comments - Leslie Roberts (@leslierobertsmtl) on Instagram: “#truth #canada #🇨🇦”

Natalie MacMaster CM (born June is an award-winning fiddler from the rural community of Troy in Inverness County, Nova Scotia, Canada who plays Cape Breton fiddle music. Atlantic Canada, Celtic Music, Canada Eh, Canadian History, Cape Breton, Inverness, Famous Women, Nova Scotia, Country Music

Amazing violinist from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia - Natalie MacMaster More

I am Canadian logo with maple leaf. The article is about words and phrases only used in Canada. Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian Memes, Canadian History, Attic Renovation, Attic Remodel, Ontario, Canada Day Crafts, All About Canada

7 words you’ll only hear in Canada | Cottage Life

Although Canadians and Americans share a common language, we have a few words here north of the border that haven’t quite trickled down south.