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Whitehorse, Yukon -The Yukon River

Yukon

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Hall Beach in Nunavut, Canada
Stopping for tea, Alain shields his camp stove from the wind in order to light it... Nunavut, Canada. 1976 [Robert Semeniuk]

Nunavet

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Newfoundland and Labrador

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Dempster Highway (Yukon/Northwest Territories). The Dempster Highway connects the Klondike Highway in the Yukon Territory of Canada to Inuvik, Northwest Territories on the Mackenzie River delta. During the winter, the highway extends another 194 kilometres to Tuktoyaktuk, on the northern coast of Canada, using frozen portions of the Mackenzie River delta as an ice road.🇨🇦
Life in Gjohaven, a town in the Northwest Territories, Canada where over 1000 Inuit live
Northern Lights,Yellowknife

Northwest Territories

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The Fairmont Algonquin, St. Andrews by the Sea, New Brunswick, Canada

New Brunswick

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10 Best Things to Do in Halifax, Nova Scotia - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog
This is a list of our top 10 things to do in the cute town of Lunenburg, the UNESCO world heritage site since 1995!

Nova Scotia

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Fishing Boats in Victoria Harbour, PEI
Prince Edward Island in Canada The dirt is red there!
Fishing Boats in Victoria Harbour, PEI

Prince Edward Island

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Abraham Lake - North Saskatchewan River - Western Alberta, Canada
Saskatchewan Canada

Saskatchewan

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Lake Agnes Teahouse, Canada

Manitoba

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Athabasca Falls, Jasper, Alberta, Canada
Stone Kingdom - Alberta, Canada
Banff, Alberta

Alberta

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Discovering Old #Montreal as a couple, the ultimate romantic getaway. http://www.tourisme-montreal.org/Discover-montreal/Neighbourhoods/Old-Montreal-and-Old-Port/montreal-cobblestone-path-to-romance
The Underground City (RÉSO)- the world’s largest underground city, officially known as RÉSO. Over 30 kilometres of passageways connect to all Montreal Metros and provide a refuge for tourists looking to escape the scorching heat of summer or the freezing winds of winter. With thousands of boutiques and apartments, 200+ restaurants and 34 movie theatres, this impressive underground city is regarded as both a major tourist destination and as an architectural wonder in itself.
st joseph oratory in montreal canada | St Joseph's Oratory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. | Flickr - Photo ...

Quebec

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British Columbia

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Flat-iron building in Toronto, Canada - by Alex Me
One Yonge Street - Toronto, Canada

Toronto

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28 Sign That Things Are a Little Different In Canada – Suburban Men
Canada - beaver
This Moose Literally Followed Me Home

Humour

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Videos

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Thornbury: Glam stop along the Apple Pie Trail

Ontario

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Canada 150: The 15 greatest Canadian athletes

Sports

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Tommy Douglas - Wikipedia
John Diefenbaker - Wikipedia

Politicians

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Tn2 John Candy 3
Canadians (Famous Ones!) on Pinterest | 45 Pins
Canadian Celebrities - Most Famous People From Canada

Celebrities

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Canadian History Ehx (@cdnhistoryehx) on Threads
Sir John A MacDonald

Famous Canadians

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goddo - Google Search
The Harlequin Story | Harlequin † The Official Web SiteHarlequin † The Official Web Site

Musicians

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History - Gold Rush Trail - British Columbia Shaped by Nature
WW1 History - Canada -HQ- 1/2
Immigration to Canada. Image courtesy of Library and Archives Canada

History

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three women standing next to each other with horses
History - Gold Rush Trail - British Columbia Shaped by Nature
History - Gold Rush Trail - British Columbia Shaped by Nature
a man wearing a hat and holding his hand up in the air with one hand
Top 10 Best Canadian Comedians - Listverse
Tn2 John Candy 3
an old black and white photo of a man in uniform walking with a child next to a horse
Toronto Police from the Past
THE WALKIE-TALKIE Don Hings invented what he called the "packset" in 1937. When Canada declared war on Germany two years later, he went to Ottawa to redevelop the device for military use. Over and out. Inventions, Vintage Photos, People, Ottawa, Old London
19 Famous Things Invented in Canada
THE WALKIE-TALKIE Don Hings invented what he called the "packset" in 1937. When Canada declared war on Germany two years later, he went to Ottawa to redevelop the device for military use. Over and out.
black and white photograph of men in uniforms standing next to piles of sandbags
WW1 History - Canada -HQ- 1/2
WW1 History - Canada -HQ- 1/2
a group of people standing next to each other in the snow
This Was the Coldest Day in Canadian History
This Was the Coldest Day in Canadian History
Canadians (Famous Ones!) on Pinterest | 45 Pins Play, Comics, Actors, American Comedy, Man Humor, Funny Men
Canadians (Famous Ones!)
Canadians (Famous Ones!) on Pinterest | 45 Pins
an old photo of a woman sitting on a couch with her hands on her hips
Canadian History Ehx (@cdnhistoryehx) on Threads
Canadian History Ehx (@cdnhistoryehx) on Threads
a young man in a suit and tie posing for a photo at the movie's premiere
31 Celebrities You Forgot Were Canadian
Canadian Celebrities - Most Famous People From Canada
black and white photograph of a man smiling
Pierre Berton | Journalist - People - 1000 Towns of Canada
an old black and white photo of a man in a suit standing next to a table
6 Sir John A. Macdonald facts to mark his 200th birthday | CBC News
Sir John A MacDonald
an old black and white photo of many people sitting on the ground with food in their hands
The Canadian Expeditionary Forces
Immigration to Canada. Image courtesy of Library and Archives Canada
a man in a red and black uniform is standing outside the entrance to a building
12 Best Things To Do In Nova Scotia
10 Best Things to Do in Halifax, Nova Scotia - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog
colorful houses are reflected in the still water of this town's lakefront area
Instagramming Canada - Nova Scotia • Kenton de Jong Travel
an aerial view of a harbor with boats and houses on the water in front of it
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
This is a list of our top 10 things to do in the cute town of Lunenburg, the UNESCO world heritage site since 1995!
some jars of jam sitting on top of a table next to a bike with the words must - do activities in prince edward island
10 quintessential things to do in Prince Edward Island
From cycling the Confederation Trail to visiting Anne of Green Gables and exploring the red cliffs, here are 10 must-do activities in Prince Edward Island, Canada.
several people riding horses in front of a store
28 Sign That Things Are a Little Different In Canada
28 Sign That Things Are a Little Different In Canada – Suburban Men
a moose laying in the grass next to a christmas tree with birds on its antlers
📍Victoria BC 🇨🇦 The Butchart Gardens 🌺
the train is going down the tracks by the river and mountains in the background,
Morant's Curve, Banff
the train is going down the tracks by the river and mountains in the background,
Morant's Curve, Banff
a canadian flag with the words you can't buy happiness, but you can live in canada and that's pretty much the same thing
an older man with a hat and backpack holding up a tin can in front of his face
Handyman Gifts and Gadgets
A little bit of Red Green never hurt anyone! Duct tape czar...
the muff mountaine logo with an image of a bear holding a knife and wearing a crown
Lip Lovers
a baby holding two canadian flags in front of a flag
New community features for Google Chat and an update on Currents
jackiepeifer - Google+
a bear dressed in hockey gear holding a hockey stick and wearing a helmet with his mouth open
So you think you know Canada, eh? Seven myths about our neighbors to the north
Canada - beaver
a man in an orange uniform holding a small rodent while standing next to trees
Mountie posing with a baby beaver = One of the most Canadian photos ever
Royal Canadian Mountie with a baby beaver
a man is sitting in the car with his dog
Funny Canada Post
100 Times Canadians Were A Complete Mystery To The Rest Of The World
a dog is looking out the front door at an animal in the yard behind it
This Moose Literally Followed Me Home
This Moose Literally Followed Me Home