Tim Horton played in the National Hockey League for the Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Buffalo Sabres and left behind both some hockey history and some great coffee. Canadians are definitely known for their coffee brand, Tim Hortons!

I *heart* Tim Hortons! Wore the Jersey for the Buffalo Sabres until his death. We still miss you Timmy!

copper Canadian penny, as of 2012 Canada will no longer be producing pennies

The Canadian 1936 dot cent coin. The penny has a tiny dot on the reverse side, below the date, to distinguish it as a 1936 coin made in Only three are thought to exist in the world

History Of Canadian Pennies

"In 1947 some pennies have a small maple leaf after the date, signifying these…

Tall Ships in Halifax, Nova Scotia - Awesome little city with a important canadian history, showcased in its great museums

Tall Ships in Halifax - Awesome little city with an important history, showcased in its great museums.

Maple Leaf

Happy Canada Day - GreyMatters wishes all Canadian clients and Canadians everywhere a Happy Canada Day!

Franklin Carmichael - Member of the Group of Seven, Canadian Painters - The Art History Archive

Franklin Carmichael - Member of the Group of Seven, Canadian Painters - The Art History Archive - Bay of Islands - 1930

The Group of Seven, Canadian Painters - The Art History Archive

MacDonald (Canadian, 1873 - The Tangled Garden, x cm, oil on beaverboard, National Gallery of Canada ::: member Canadian Group of Seven artists

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Centennial 1873-1973 (1973) Vintage Canadiana - History of Canada - RCMP

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Centennial Vintage Canadiana - History of Canada - RCMP

In 1858 the first Canadian ten cent coin was introduced within Canada. It's monetary value was set at one tenth of a dollar, and it proudly featured England's then reigning Queen Victoria on its face.    The image of twin Maple Boughs were pressed into the other side of each dime produced at the Royal Canadian mint until 1936 when the Canadian dime updated it's image to the stylish image.

In 1937 the updated Canadian dime had Emanual Hahn's image of a Bluenose schooner ship in full sail pressed into one of the Canadian 10 cent coin sides.

This article investigates the history of Canadian comedy. Which theory do you believe? I think it's probably a mix of them all.

Of Moose and Men: Analyzing Canadian Humor

January 2013 Issue of Vanity Fair: "Of Moose and Men: Analyzing Canadian Humor"

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