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Train through the Canadian Rockies - Banff To Vancouver | Alberta / British Columbia, Canada

~~Banff To Vancouver ~ Train through the Canadian Rockies, Alberta, British Columbia, Canada by Kenneth r Rowley~~

Traditional French-Canadian Split Pea Soup

Canada - Warm and soothing, this traditional French-Canadian Split Pea Soup has a deep, smoky flavor that belies its short list of ingredients.

And it is a perfectly acceptable way to vent. -CG

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French (Canadian) Onion Soup... mmmmmmm  Bonne soupe à l'oignon!

French (Canadian) Onion Soup

French (Canadian) Onion Soup Recipe on Food & Wine. Hugue Dufour makes a pork broth for his French onion soup using bacon for smokiness and a pig's foot for richness. Omit the pig's foot for a lighter broth.

Red Rose you say,  Only in Canada you say....pity

Rose Red Tea, founded in 1894 in Saint John New Brunswick, the company's premium orange pekoe tea inspired the slogan"Only in Canada, you say?my absolute favourite tea and one of my favourite Canadian sayings!

One of the queen’s favorite horses was Burmese, a black mare donated by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1969. The queen rode the horse at every Trooping the Color parade between 1969 and 1986.

The Queen at Trooping the Colour riding her horse, Burmese, whih was a gift from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Canadian milk. :-)

In Canada, milk comes in bags. There's a special pitcher/holder in which the bag is placed and then you snip off the corner to pour.

Molson Canadian sign.

Molson canadian lager imported beer advertising sign

Caribou spring migration in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada.

Caribou trot across a frozen lake on their Spring migration.

Pierre Elliot Trudeau brought us this great document.  It's a long story about how Canada came to be and how we were attached to the English Crown and the coming into force of this document was a big step in our evolution as a country.

Equity Education and Bill 13 have not overruled denominational rights -- Not the government nor the school boards, but the legal and moral choices Catholics presently make will determine the future of Catholic education in Ontario.