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Canada Now Has A National Bird

You may have assumed Canada already had a national bird but you’ve been mistaken. The Royal Canadian Geographical Society has put in a nomination for the official Bird of Canada! The Gray Jay, also known as the Canada Jay or

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‘ He’s kind of a goof ‘; Canadian Trumps not impressed with The Donald

There is a small, quiet colony of Trumps living in Canada, and some say they’re not impressed with the famous Donald that shares their name.

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Canada Is The Defending Golf Champion

Golf returns to the Olympics tomorrow,  Graham Delaet and David Hearn for the guys, and teenage phenom Brooke Henderson tees it up on the ladies side, Canadian Golf Hall of Famer George Lyon is the only Canadian to win an

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Canada Child Benefit Coming

f you have children under the age of 18 this applies to you! The Liberal Government has made some changes to the way families will receive government aid starting this month.   On July 20th the first payments under the

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[VIDEO] A Part Of Our Heritage

If you remember Dr. Penfield and the lady saying she smells burnt toast, or the politician who yelled “Nice Women Don’t Want The Vote”, or train operator Vince Coleman who had to let the train know Halifax was about to

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Canada’s Reputation

Which country is considered the most reputable?  Well, according to the Reputation Institute, which has produced a top 10 ranking based on how “welcoming, safe, and beautiful” a country is, according to a press release. More specifically, the rankings come

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A New Tulip For Canada’s 150th Birthday

The National Capital Commission in Ottawa has unveiled a special tulip designed to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. More than 200-thousand of the red and white Canada 150 tulips will bloom this spring in the capital. Commission C-E-O Mark Krist-man-son says

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