Lovin' red for... Canada Day! - Funky Junk Interiors
cute mitts by Canada Cool Strawberry cheesecake bites by Oh She Glows sweet faded pillow at Helk At Designs Etsy Adorable Canadian banner at Simple As That Coolest Canadian shirt I ever laid eyes on by Workman Family Beaver cupcakes by Wild Flowers Berry and yogurt parfait by Meet the Dubiens Strawberry inspired cake by […]
Ripley's Aquarium Of Canada: Details On Toronto's $130 Million World Class Family Aquarium - Child Mode
Get excited Canadians, because Toronto is about to get a brand new attraction (and what a fabulous attraction that is!). Ripley’s Entertainment has officially begun building a $130 million dollar world-class family aquarium in Toronto. Set to open during the summer of 2013. this new facility will offer something exciting for everyone from toddlers and ... Read more
Canada Day Fruit Kabobs
Celebrate Canada Day with this fun and healthy patriotic Canada Day Fruit Kabobs. They are super easy to put together and everyone will love eating them.
The flag of Canada was officially adopted on February 15,1965.The Canadian Red Ensign,bearing the Union Jack and the shield of the royal arms of Canada,was lowered and then,on the stroke of noon,the new maple leaf flag was raised.The crowd sang the national anthem O Canada, followed by the royal anthem, God Save the Queen.The stylish red maple leaf has been the national symbol of Canada for over 150 years. Red and white are the official colors of Canada, proclaimed by King George V in 1921.
A stick of maple snow taffy from a Cabane à Sucre in Quebec
Cost: under $10 for the treat, over $10 for the experience"If you have the chance to go to a Cabane à Sucre, DO IT. Full, hearty meals with a day in a maple producing area where you get to look around and see the process is really fun." —jttl