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Farley Mowat, OC, author, environmentalist, activist (born 12 May 1921 in Belleville, Ontario; died 6 May 2014 in Port Hope, ON). Mowat is one of Canada's most widely read authors. His books have been translated into 52 languages and have sold more than 17 million copies around the world.
John Candy - Canada Postage Stamp | Canadians in Hollywood
Discover details about the following stamp from Canada: John Candy. This stamp was issued by the Canada postal administration in 2006, and it belongs to the following series: Canadians in Hollywood
Stompin' Tom Connors - Sudbury Saturday Night (Live 2005)
Stompin' Tom Connors - Sudbury Saturday NightLive From Hamilton Ontario Concert 2005.Great Tunes From A Great Canadian, Eh!http://www.stompintom.com/
Winnipeg the Bear, the inspiration for "Winnie the Pooh", is seen here with Lt. Harry Colebourn when she was the unofficial mascot of a Canadian cavalry regiment in 1914 - [968x1580]
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John Candy's Daughter Remembers Her Famous Dad 20 Years After His Death - Closer Weekly
For Jennifer Candy, John Candy was much more than an iconic comedian — he was her dad. In a revealing new interview with [Entertainment Tonight](http://www.etonline.com/news/169431johncandydaughteropensupaboutfollowingherlatefathercomedyfootsteps/), the 35-year-old actress — who was just 14...
20th anniversary of John Candy's passing
Today marks the 20th anniversary of John Candy's passing. Two decades have gone by without this wonderful actor. It seems unbelievable. Sorely missed by his family, friends and fans. Forever in their hearts. Fortunately there's a wonderful legacy to remember him by. Please keep John in your thoughts and prayers, especially today. May God bless his soul.
Othello Tunnels Campground & RV Park
The Best Camping in the bottom of the Coquihalla Canyon along the Trans Canada Trail in a very scenic mountainous area with wild flowers, beautiful trees, open spacious sites from full hookups to tents electric sites with picnic tables, fire pits in all sites. www.HopeBC.ca