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A Canuck is a Canadian person.

One of Tom Thomson's finest pieces!One of my personal favourites!

A 1936 Canadian Dot Cent, made by the Royal Canadian Mint in 1937, sold at auction for $402,500 US.

Oh, Canadians.

Situated on beautiful Chaleur Bay, Bathurst is the perfect base for exploring north-east New Brunswick and the Acadian coast. Enjoy saltwater beaches and freshly caught seafood.

Sleeping Giant, Ontario

U S Media Tribute to Highway of Heroes - YouTube

The Canadian Coat of Arms has many symbols that give us clues about Canada’s history and what Canadians feel is important. 1 the flag of the United Kingdom 2 the royal flag of France (fleur-de-lis) 3 symbols of England (golden lions, roses) 4 symbols of Scotla°°

Civic Holiday - Canadian Provinces Coats of Arms°°

There are some pretty big trees in Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island! "Cathedral Grove | British Columbia | Our Big Tree Heritage" #explorebc

Quebec City, Canada

Sunset, lake in Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada, Roberto Portolese.

Quebec lighthouse Photo by Dennis Jarvis.

Acadian Historical Village in Caraquet - New Brunswick, Canada

Canada's Gnarliest Tree. The old-growth Western Red Cedar measuring 37ft around (12ft accross) is covered with alien-shaped burls resembling Jabba The Hut. It grows in the logging-threatened "Avatar Grove" located approximately 10kms from the town of Port Renfrew BC on Vancouver Island. Photo credit: TJ Watt

Saskatoon berries

Rue St-Paul, Old Montreal, Canada

Vintage travel poster for Quebec. #Canada #vintage #travel #posters #winter

O'Dell House Museum, ca 1869 This colourful building located on Lower St. George Street, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, was an active part of the waterfront economy that developed in Annapolis Royal in the 1860s. The O'Dell House was built as a stagecoach inn and tavern by Corey O'Dell (1827-1887) and his wife Mary (Harris) O'Dell in 1869. Corey, a native of Saint John, New Brunswick, arrived in Annapolis Royal in 1849 as a rider on the short-lived Nova Scotia Pony Express.

St. Johns - Newfoundland - Canada

The classic Stubby beer. Molson Canadian!

The New Brunswick Museum, located in Saint John, New Brunswick, is Canada's oldest continuing museum. The New Brunswick Museum was officially incorporated as the "Provincial Museum" in 1929 and received its current name in 1930, but its history goes back much further. Its lineage can be traced back another eighty-eight years to 1842 and to the work of Dr. Abraham Gesner.

Museum of French America, Quebec City.This museum is worth a visit for those who are interested in the history of French immigrants and French society in North-America