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My parents didn't drink beer.but my uncle did. Labatt and Molson were the most popular brands. The smell (and subsequent trial taste) were, in my opinion, awful. But I'll forever remember the stubby bottled beer and the brand logos. Canadian Beer, Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Easy Rider, My Childhood Memories, Sweet Memories, 90s Childhood, Cherished Memories

Canada Has Lost Pride In Our Beers • A Crock of Schmidt

Canadians have long taken excessive pride in our beer. It’s a tenuous point of boasting considering the long, hallowed history brewing has in the Old World, not to mention that when Canadians crow about our beer it’s solely in comparison to American beer, a contest arguably on par with the last two finishers in an […]

Super Canadian History For Kids Student Ideas Canadian Facts, Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, American History, Canadian Memes, Canadian Symbols, Canadian Humour, Canadian Holidays

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Great Canadian invention list

You probably haven’t been to these 25 incredible small towns across Canada! Full of picturesque charm, beautiful nature and unique character and worth a spot on your Canada travel bucket list. Canadian Facts, Canadian Memes, Canadian Culture, Canadian Things, Canadian Food, Canadian History, Canadian English, Canada For Kids, Moving To Canada

Canada Eh?

2090 votes and 56325 views on Imgur: The magic of the Internet

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

Old photographs from 100 years of the Toronto Sewer System Sewer System, Neon Noir, Brick Construction, Toronto Photos, Modern Magic, Concrete Building, Canadian History, World Of Darkness, Fantasy Landscape

Old photographs from 100 years of the Toronto Sewer System

On my latest visit to the Toronto Archives and the Toronto Public Library Archives, I found some very interesting photos of the Toronto sewer system and those who worked on it.

 & Canada and was born in Scotland. Schuster was living in Canada when Superman was invented, he was cousin of one of comedy duo Wayne & Schuster (Shuster?

Kanadier wie? Ich glaube jedoch, jüdische Jungen …

Kanadier wie? Ich glaube jedoch, jüdische Jungen ... - #canadian #glaube #Ich #jedoch #jüdische #Jungen #Kanadier #wie

TTC Streetcar Loop The station looks exactly the same today only streetcars & area changed. Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Island, Take Better Photos, Cool Landscapes, Public Transport, Landscape Photos, Cool Photos, Around The Worlds, Photo And Video
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This is what Toronto looked like in the 1960s

The 1960s in Toronto was a time in which the subways were red, the Leafs were Stanley Cup Winners, Nathan Phillips was still mayor (at the very beg...

Pierre Elliott, Margaret and Justin Trudeau

Pierre Elliott, Margaret and Justin Trudeau

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What Davenport Road used to look like in Toronto

What Davenport Road used to look like in Toronto

Davenport Road might lack the stature of some of the other streets we've featured in our series of Toronto history, but even if it was never develo...

The Toronto-Downsview airport runway once crossed Dufferin Street. Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Toronto Pictures, Canadian Things, Historic Architecture, Canadian History, Big Daddy, Historical Pictures, Canada Travel

The Toronto-Downsview airport runway once crossed Dufferin Street. Circa 1940s

Toronto slums, backyard with children, 1915 History Pics, Women In History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, 1930s America, Canadian Things, Toronto Photos, Canadian History, O Canada

Toronto slums, backyard with children, 1915

North York: 401 and Yonge Street in Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Toronto Pictures, Old Pictures, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Yonge Street, Historic Architecture, North York

This is what Toronto highways looked like over the last 70 years

As much as Toronto's highway system may help to define the city as it exists today, prior to the 1950s not a single controlled access highway could...

Now the Ed Mirvish Theatre (**I saw quite a few movies there including Audrey Rose, The Goodbye Girl and The Hunger**) The Goodbye Girl, Canadian History, Local History, Vintage Birthday Parties, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Go To Movies, Back In Time, Canada Travel

Miscellany Toronto Photographs: Then and Now

Yonge St. south of Dundas - 1930 Amazing that the Pantages sign is still there after 87 years (now featuring "Ed Mirvish") Google street view...

Toronto might not have been a more entertaining place than the city we live in today (especially if you're into eating out), but it was dirti. Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto Architecture, Physical Geography, Toronto Photos, Canadian History, Good Ole, Landscape Photos
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A 1970s Toronto photo extravaganza

1970s Toronto might not have been a more entertaining place than the city we live in today (especially if you're into eating out), but it was dirti...

70 Fascinating Photos That Capture Everyday Life of Toronto in the Early Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Downtown Toronto, Yonge Street, Canadian Things, Canadian History, North York, Old Photos, Places To See

Corner of Yonge & Dundas Streets - 1970s

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Prime Minister Lester B Pearson taking the inaugural ride on the Bloor Danforth subway line on Feb co City of a Toronto Archives.

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Five transit conversations Torontonians were having in 1966 that still ring true today