Frozen bubbles in Canadian lakes - in pictures Photographed in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, the bubbles are made from highly flammable gas methane

Frozen bubbles in Canadian lakes - in pictures

A photographer has captured amazing images of methane bubbles in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. Pictured are some methane gas bubbles underneath Vermillion Lake

Inukshuk. These are native Canadian Indian rock sculptures used as landmarks/navigation tools. They can be seen throughout Ontario.

Inukshuk - native Canadian Indian rock sculptures used as landmarks/navigation tools. Can be seen throughout Ontario.

Captain Canada; being Canadian, this seems... Overly accurate ;)

Captain Canada - This should be my friend Shawn's new nickname.

I was a mail carrier in Canada! You've got to bundle up, there's no excuse to miss work!!

I was a mail carrier in Canada! You've got to bundle up, there's no excuse to miss work!

Canadian problem #180 - strange beings that do not remove their shoes when entering my house.

Canadian Problem Encountering a strange being that does not remove its shoes upon entering your house. This is a Canadian thing?

I get emotional whenever I look at a picture of Terry Fox. I can't think about my youth without thinking of him - he was my first real 'Hero'. In 1980, with one leg having been amputated, he embarked on a cross-Canada run to raise money and awareness for cancer research. It was called a "Marathon of Hope" We grew up near each other and when he had to stop because the cancer returned it was devastating. His legacy will never be forgotten.

The legacy of Terry Fox's dream

Canadian Hero: Terry Fox, shown during his run across Canada to raise money for cancer research in had to stop his journey just west of Thunder Bay, Ont., when his cancer returned and spread to his lungs.

Canada's Lucky Loonies - The tradition started at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. Since the crew laying the ice in the arena was Canadian, they secretly hid a one dollar coin in the ice to give luck to Canada's athletes. When both the men's and women's hockey teams won the gold medals, the secret was revealed, and the tradition stuck. Ever since, Canadian athletes have hidden a "lucky loonie" somewhere on Olympic premises for luck: in Sochi 2014, it was in their beer fridge ;)

Canada's Lucky Loonies - The tradition started at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. Since the crew laying the ice in the arena was Canadian, they secretly hid a one dollar coin in the ice to give luck to Canada's athletes.

If you can tell people you're at Timmy's and it's never followed by the question 'Timmy who?' .. You might be a Canadian!

Winter in Canada – Funny Pics & comments

I saw Timmy in New York--I was so so so proud--I don't even drink coffee! (LAVISHY, proud to be Canadian)

15 Reasons Canadian Thanksgiving is Better

It's still beautiful fall harvest weather outside AS IT SHOULD BE.

We Aren't Kidding That This Is The Most Canadian Photo Ever

Royal Canadian Mounted Police and hockey.on an outdoor rink in a Canadian winter scene.

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