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Although the crime is repulsive so is the way one of elected officials refers to the person.

Although the crime is repulsive so is the way one of elected officials refers to the person.

Canada 🇨🇦 150 Facts

On this day in 1912, the F4 Regina Cyclone claimed 28 lives. destroyed hundreds of buildings and left about  2,500 people homeless. 🇨🇦 fact 150/150 #Canada150

On this day in 1912, the F4 Regina Cyclone claimed 28 lives. destroyed hundreds of buildings and left about 2,500 people homeless. 🇨🇦 fact 150/150 #Canada150

Which zone do you call home? Great 🇨🇦 fact 88/150 #Canada150 #Canadafacts #climate

Which zone do you call home? Great 🇨🇦 fact 88/150 #Canada150 #Canadafacts #climate

A chinook raised the temperature from -19°C to 22°C in just one hour. Great 🇨🇦 fact 89/150 #Canada150 #Canadafacts #weather

A chinook raised the temperature from -19°C to 22°C in just one hour. Great 🇨🇦 fact 89/150 #Canada150 #Canadafacts #weather

Impact from an enormous comet is believed to have created the massive crater, which filled with magma containing nickel, copper, platinum, palladium, gold, and other metals.  Our countdown to #Canada150 continues! Keep track with the rest of our great  facts 140/150

Impact from an enormous comet is believed to have created the massive crater, which filled with magma containing nickel, copper, platinum, palladium, gold, and other metals. Our countdown to #Canada150 continues! Keep track with the rest of our great facts 140/150

Today we celebrate #NationalAboriginalDay, the history and culture of Canada's Indigenous communities. Great  fact 141/150 #Canada150

Today we celebrate #NationalAboriginalDay, the history and culture of Canada's Indigenous communities. Great fact 141/150 #Canada150

The F5 tornado that touched down in Elie, Manitoba, on June 22, 2007, remains Canada’s most powerful on record, with wind speeds in the 420-510 km/h range.   Though it destroyed several buildings, no one was killed, as most residents were away attending a high school graduation ceremony, and those that remained got into shelter quickly.  Great  fact 142/150 #Canada150

The F5 tornado that touched down in Elie, Manitoba, on June 22, 2007, remains Canada’s most powerful on record, with wind speeds in the 420-510 km/h range. Though it destroyed several buildings, no one was killed, as most residents were away attending a high school graduation ceremony, and those that remained got into shelter quickly. Great fact 142/150 #Canada150

Declared the National Game of Canada in 1859, lacrosse originated from games played by Indigenous communities. Great  fact 143/150 #Canada150

Declared the National Game of Canada in 1859, lacrosse originated from games played by Indigenous communities. Great fact 143/150 #Canada150

As Canada's wettest city, residents of Prince Rupert also claim to live in “The City of Rainbows” 🌈☔️ Great 🇨🇦 fact 144/150 #Canada150

As Canada's wettest city, residents of Prince Rupert also claim to live in “The City of Rainbows” 🌈☔️ Great 🇨🇦 fact 144/150 #Canada150

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On this day in 1912, the F4 Regina Cyclone claimed 28 lives. destroyed hundreds of buildings and left about  2,500 people homeless. 🇨🇦 fact 150/150 #Canada150

On this day in 1912, the F4 Regina Cyclone claimed 28 lives. destroyed hundreds of buildings and left about 2,500 people homeless. 🇨🇦 fact 150/150 #Canada150

Which zone do you call home? Great 🇨🇦 fact 88/150 #Canada150 #Canadafacts #climate

Which zone do you call home? Great 🇨🇦 fact 88/150 #Canada150 #Canadafacts #climate

A chinook raised the temperature from -19°C to 22°C in just one hour. Great 🇨🇦 fact 89/150 #Canada150 #Canadafacts #weather

A chinook raised the temperature from -19°C to 22°C in just one hour. Great 🇨🇦 fact 89/150 #Canada150 #Canadafacts #weather

Impact from an enormous comet is believed to have created the massive crater, which filled with magma containing nickel, copper, platinum, palladium, gold, and other metals.  Our countdown to #Canada150 continues! Keep track with the rest of our great  facts 140/150

Impact from an enormous comet is believed to have created the massive crater, which filled with magma containing nickel, copper, platinum, palladium, gold, and other metals. Our countdown to #Canada150 continues! Keep track with the rest of our great facts 140/150

Today we celebrate #NationalAboriginalDay, the history and culture of Canada's Indigenous communities. Great  fact 141/150 #Canada150

Today we celebrate #NationalAboriginalDay, the history and culture of Canada's Indigenous communities. Great fact 141/150 #Canada150

The F5 tornado that touched down in Elie, Manitoba, on June 22, 2007, remains Canada’s most powerful on record, with wind speeds in the 420-510 km/h range.   Though it destroyed several buildings, no one was killed, as most residents were away attending a high school graduation ceremony, and those that remained got into shelter quickly.  Great  fact 142/150 #Canada150

The F5 tornado that touched down in Elie, Manitoba, on June 22, 2007, remains Canada’s most powerful on record, with wind speeds in the 420-510 km/h range. Though it destroyed several buildings, no one was killed, as most residents were away attending a high school graduation ceremony, and those that remained got into shelter quickly. Great fact 142/150 #Canada150

Declared the National Game of Canada in 1859, lacrosse originated from games played by Indigenous communities. Great  fact 143/150 #Canada150

Declared the National Game of Canada in 1859, lacrosse originated from games played by Indigenous communities. Great fact 143/150 #Canada150

As Canada's wettest city, residents of Prince Rupert also claim to live in “The City of Rainbows” 🌈☔️ Great 🇨🇦 fact 144/150 #Canada150

As Canada's wettest city, residents of Prince Rupert also claim to live in “The City of Rainbows” 🌈☔️ Great 🇨🇦 fact 144/150 #Canada150

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