On Canada Day 2008, The Dominion Institute released the results of a national survey of what Canadians felt were the 101 people, places, symbols, events and accomplishments that most define Canada. On October 20, 2008, the Dominion Institute and Key Porter Books released a new publication that brings together leading Canadian authors, historians and actors to comment on the list.
You’ve heard of poutine and maple syrup, but what about Nanaimo bars, ketchup chips or beaver tails? (Relax, it’s just a dessert!) There are tons of dishes, brands and products beyond the obvious that are just as—if not more so—quintessentially Canadian as those well known staples. In honour of Canada Day, here is a list of 34 uniquely (for the most part) Canadian foods you should know. Sounds pretty delicious, eh?
Two Minutes Of Canada. This Video Will Put A Smile On Your Face. - Faithreel.com
The makers of this video asked Canadians to share clips of their best travel experiences. The results were amazing, they received…Continue Reading
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From mashed potatoes to the zipper, the Caesar to 5 pin bowling, here's a list of things you didn't know were invented by Canadians.