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Pam Greenaway-Kohlmeier Memorial Golf Tournament    Every year the Breast Cancer Society of Canada hosts an annual fundraising golf tournament in memory of Pam Greenaway-Kohlmeier in the community where she lived.  http://www.bcsc.ca/

Pam Greenaway-Kohlmeier Memorial Golf Tournament Every year the Breast Cancer Society of Canada hosts an annual fundraising golf tournament in memory of Pam Greenaway-Kohlmeier in the community where she lived. http://www.bcsc.ca/

CN Tower, Toronto. The most famous skyscraper in all of Canada which is located in the biggest city in the country.

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Marla Wilson  (Alberta)-Old Sentinel   ~   My precious Uncle Rody used to love to tell me about the Totem carvings & Poles at Thunderbird Park on Victoria Island, BC. That was another favorite place for them to visit. My Aunts & Uncle drove up to Canada once every year & stayed about a month. Driving all over & visiting both family & the memories of growing up there. The time was never right for me to go with ~ and how terribly I regret that now...going to school, raising a child…

Marla Wilson (Alberta)-Old Sentinel ~ My precious Uncle Rody used to love to tell me about the Totem carvings & Poles at Thunderbird Park on Victoria Island, BC. That was another favorite place for them to visit. My Aunts & Uncle drove up to Canada o

TIL Engineers in Canada receive an Iron Ring to to remind them to have humility. It is in memory of a bridge that collapsed twice due to incorrect calculations involving iron.

TIL Engineers in Canada receive an Iron Ring to to remind them to have humility. It is in memory of a bridge that collapsed twice due to incorrect calculations involving iron.

Niagara Falls // drove here with my honey, 2 weeks after we started dating, in 2008

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An amazing view of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. really gives you a different perspective of the massive nature of the waterfall.

Expo 67 was open from April to October, 1967 in Montreal, Canada.   The site consisted of two islands and a peninsula in the middle of the St. Lawrence River.   The admission ticket was referred to as a passport and entitled the holders to free entry to all pavilions as well as unlimited use of the mass transit system - Expo-Express. The passport could be filled with "visa stamps" at the National Pavilions.    Via: http://www.alamedainfo.com/Expo_67_Montreal.htm

Montreal Expo Postcards showcasing many of the spectacular national pavilions.

Engine Bridge - Canmore, Alberta, Canada

Engine Bridge - Canmore, Alberta, Canada (go, relive childhood memories of asking parents where Mike lived)

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