All Things Canadian

Collection by R Keith

R Keith
1936 copper Canadian penny, as of 2012 Canada will no longer be producing pennies Canadian Penny, Canadian Things, Canada Day, Old Coins, Rare Coins, Rocky Mountains, Ontario, Maple Leaf, Valuable Coins

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

Tall Ships in Halifax, Nova Scotia - Canada - Awesome little city with a important canadian history, showcased in its great museums Nova Scotia, The Places Youll Go, Places To Go, Ontario, Alaska, Atlantic Canada, Canada Eh, Canadian History, Prince Edward Island

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

Reflections on Canadian Culture From Below the Border Retro Ads, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Food, Clothing Advertisements, Vintage Stuff, Ginger Ale, Coca Cola, Vintage Posters

canada dry ginger ale, 50s

Explore chrysler383's photos on Flickr. chrysler383 has uploaded 1250 photos to Flickr.

James Edward Hervey MacDonald (May 1873 – November known as J. MacDonald, was a Canadian artist and one of the founders of the Group of Seven who initiated the first major Canadian national art He was the father of illustrator Thoreau MacDonald. Group Of Seven Artists, Group Of Seven Paintings, Tom Thomson, Emily Carr, Canadian Painters, Canadian Artists, Art Nouveau, Garden Wall Art, National Art

The Group of Seven, Canadian Painters

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

Sam the Record Man ~ Toronto Icon we all remember going to his record store in the Canadian Facts, Canadian Things, Vinyl Record Shop, Vinyl Records, Tara Strong, Yonge Street, The Rouge, Men Are Men, Amusement Park Rides

Sam The Record Man founder Sam Sniderman dies at 92

Sam “The Record Man” Sniderman, whose name graced Toronto’s Mecca for music lovers and who helped unknown Canadian musicians make th...

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Centennial Vintage Canadiana - History of Canada - RCMP Cool Countries, Countries Of The World, Army Drawing, Meanwhile In Canada, I Am Canadian, In Harm's Way, National Police, Canada Eh, Cheque

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

O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The True North strong and free! From far and wide, O Canada, we stand on guard for. Happy Birthday Canada, Happy Canada Day, Ottawa, Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian Flags, Canadian Culture, Canadian Maple, Canadian Bacon

Neilson Park Creative Centre

Offers adult and children’s art courses, as well as gallery rental spaces. Home to resident Arts and Crafts groups. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

January 2013 Issue of Vanity Fair: "Of Moose and Men: Analyzing Canadian Humor" I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Canadian Humour, Dave Thomas, Rick Moranis, Meanwhile In Canada, Martin Short, 2nd City, Canada Eh

Of Moose and Men: Analyzing Canadian Humor

Bruce McCall looks at the passionless, too-nice comedy of America's northern neighbor--and wonders who's to blame.

A couple stop to consult a map while on a Canadian road trip. Lund, Trans Canada Highway, Ontario Knife, Family Travel, Family Trips, Countries Of The World, Canada Ontario, Ottawa Ontario, Vintage Pictures

Exploring the Library and Archives Canada on Flickr

Though Canada might not be the oldest country in the world, it has been populated for thousands upon thousands of years. Initially by First ...

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. Canadian Coins, Gold And Silver Coins, Mint, Queen Victoria, Minerals, Stamps, Canada, History, Stylish

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.

It has been hot in Paris so we decided to visit the Normandy coast. Étretat is best known for its cliffs, including three natural arches and the pointed Vacation Places, Best Vacations, Vacation Destinations, Family Vacations, Vacation Ideas, Etretat France, Falaise Etretat, Images Of France, Station Balnéaire

The Normandy (north of France) beaches have their place in our history and are visited by many Americans, Canadians and French people. On these beaches the 2nd world ended with the death of (too) many soldiers. Every year France commemorates the sacrifice made by allied nations for the freedom of Western Europe.