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Very fun to see this statue! At the Winnipeg Zoo. This is a statue commemorating 'Winnie-the-Pooh'.actually the original brown bear, from Winnipeg who inspired A.Milne to create the famous character. Sun Tzu, Winnie The Pooh, Bear Statue, Canadian Things, Jean Christophe, Canada 150, Canadian History, Roadside Attractions, Pooh Bear

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Winnie-the-Bear Statue (Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg)

For my Canadian friends - here are the Prime Ministers of Canada, past and present. Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Cool Countries, Countries Of The World, All About Canada, Premier Ministre, Canada 150, Nostalgia

all the foremer prime ministers of canada - Bing images

All Canadian prime minsters- I feel like I should know this!

The Golden Boy statue atop the Manitoba Legislative Building, Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada. Barbados, Jamaica, Canada Eh, Canada Summer, Visit Canada, Honduras, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, Cuba
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Golden boy statue Manitoba Legislative Building Winnipeg Manitoba Canada

Stock photo shows the dark impressive dome with the golden boy statue sits atop the Legislative Building.

10 Fun Facts About Winnie The Pooh Lt. Colebourne and Winnie – the bear who became the inspiration for A. Milne's “Winnie the Pooh” (his son Christopher Robin named his teddy bear after seeing .

A Very Grand Thing - Futility Closet

En route to a training camp in Quebec during World War I, Canadian army lieutenant Harry Colebourn bought a bear cub for $20 from a hunter in White River, Ontario. He named her Winnipeg, after his hometown, and smuggled her to England, where “Winnie” became the mascot of his militia regiment. Eventually he donated her to the London Zoo, where she became a great favorite of Christopher Robin Milne, the son of a local playwright. You know the rest.

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Postcards, historic subjects ... and railways - Rolly Martin Country

Postcards, Bridgeport Nova Scotia, Plains of Abraham Quebec, Ottawa Grand Trunk Central Station, Ottawa Union Station, CPR Glacier House, CPR Big Hill Field BC - Rolly Martin Country

Louis David Riel Statue ~ (located outside the legislative building) " Riel was the founder of the province of Manitoba, and a political and spiritual leader of the Métis people of the Canadian prairies. Native Canadian, Canadian History, Cool Countries, Countries Of The World, All About Canada, Canada Eh, Western Canada, The Great White, Statues
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Louis David Riel

Louis Riel is the founder of the province of Manitoba.

Viktor Korolkov “Rusalka”, a sculpture honouring the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Manitoba, Canada O Canada, Canada Travel, Sculpture Garden, Canadian History, The Province, Canadian Artists, Public Art, Statues, Beautiful Places
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Leo Mol Ballerina 2

© All rights reserved. All images available for purchase through Getty Images. Individual prints and posters available for purchase. Please contact me directly. All of my images are best viewed using the Flickr ligthbox. Hit L on your keyboard. Leo Mol's ballerina in HDR. I also got lucky in terms of what the clouds and sky were doing. A front was moving in and it formed a perfect diagonal line along the ballerina's leg.

Royal Canadian Mint in Winnipeg. Guided 45 minute tour includes lifting a pure… Unique Buildings, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Places, O Canada, Canada Travel, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Places To Travel, Places To Visit

Royal Canadian Mint

Tthe Royal Canadian Mint in Winnipeg. Capable of producing 20 million coins a day the Winnipeg home of the Royal Canadian Mint also produces circulation coins for other countries around the World, upon driving into the mint visitors pass the flags of the countries served lining each side of the road. Over 73 countries have had coins produced at Canadian mints including Australia and Malaysia. For my Australian friends, check your change as the 1981 20c coin was produced in Winnipeg. The…

Manitoba Road Trip - 7 Days of Canadian Prairie Adventure Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Alaska, Ontario, Canadian Prairies, Canadian Rockies, Canada Destinations, Visit Canada, Canada Eh
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Manitoba Road Trip: 7 Days of Canadian Prairie Adventure » I've Been Bit :: A Travel Blog

Manitoba is packed full of adventure and the best way to see it is a road trip! Look no further than my awesome 7-day Manitoba road trip itinerary!

City Hall and Volunteer Monument, Winnipeg, MB, 1887 from the McCord Museum. I remember this building. The new city hall stands on this site. The story is rotten timbers due to shoddy construction made this building un-restorable. Canadian History, New City, Historical Photos, Continents, Empire State Building, Tourism, Nostalgia, Buildings, Places
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15 fascinating photos of Winnipeg from the 1800s

15 fascinating photos of Winnipeg from the 1800s.

[Anonymous] Fort Garry in 1860 (Now Winnipeg) [pictorial work]. Red River, Western Canada, Canadian History, Hudson Bay, Rural Area, The Province, First Nations, Historical Photos, Montana
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Fort Garry in 1860 (1885)

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Arguably Saskatchewan's most famous waterfall, Nistowiak Falls is a 10 metre drop on the Rapid River as it runs into the Churchill below Stanley Mission. Famous Waterfalls, Beautiful Waterfalls, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Canadian Prairies, Saskatchewan Canada, Canadian Travel, Western Canada, Canoe Trip

Nistowiak Falls

The CPR (Canadian Pacific Railway) station in Winnipeg, Manitoba - Found via The Passion of Former Days Dominion Day, General Strike, Canadian Pacific Railway, Western Canada, Canadian History, Largest Countries, Historical Photos, Images, Pictures
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Old Photographs of Canada From the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

The photographs from the Notman Photographics Archives are a priceless testimony to the history of Canada in the 19th and 20th centuries, from its people to its landscapes... William Notman (1826-1891), his sons, and the photographic studio he founded in Montreal, documented Canadian life and her people from 1856 to 1936. The Notman studio, among others, was commissioned by William Van Horne (general manager of the CPR) to record the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and to show…

Old City Hall - Now that was a city hall! The Province, Old City, Historical Photos, Great Photos, Vancouver, Paris Skyline, Gingerbread, Taj Mahal, Tourism
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The colourful facade of the Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral, in the city of Winnipeg, in Manitoba, Canada. This Cathedral is the Primatial Throne of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Canada. Church Pictures, Western Canada, Canadian History, Church Architecture, Cathedral Church, Chapelle, Place Of Worship, Cathedrals, Mosques
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Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral Winnipeg Canada | Photo, Information

The colourful facade of the Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral, in the city of Winnipeg, in Manitoba, Canada. This Cathedral is the Primatial Throne of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Canada.