We Went To Montreal’s Creepy Abandoned Pink House To Crack Its Unsolved Mystery
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Happy birthday to civil rights activist Viola Desmond ! After being removed from a whites only section of a Nova Scotia movie theater in 1946 , she fought this injustice in court. She is now featured on Canada's $10 bill.
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Gooseberry cave Cape Breton Canada
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Happy Canada Day, from Mr Cat
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Condo building displaying Canadian flags in Burlington, Ontario! I feel so proud to be Canadian when I saw it while driving through.
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Happy Canada Day!
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Happy Canada day 🇨🇦 , That’s what I appreciates about you.
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Happy Canada Day from the Rockies 🇨🇦
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Happy Canada Day, Fellow Canucks!
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Merry Canada Day from Kópavogur, Iceland!
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Happy Canada Day
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Happy Canada Day! Took this picture when I was visiting the Eastern provinces. Proud to be a Canadian!🇨🇦
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Happy Canada Day everyone. Stay safe, and try to do a good deed for someone today.
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Happy Canada day...
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Happy Canada day 🇨🇦 from Newfoundland!!
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Happy Canada Day from Ontario’s West Coast! Two Proud Canadian Pups
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Happy Birthday CANADA !
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Canada Day 2020
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Somewhere in British Columbia... Happy Canada Day!
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Thank you to the kind stranger who found my wallet in Niagara Falls (between June 18-19). Happy Canada Day
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Canada Day 2020. Rideau River Provincial Park. Ottawa, Ontario. Have a great one everybody!
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Happy Canada Day! I made cake :)
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A Few Canadian Trinkets I've Accumulated Over the Years. Happy Birthday Canada!
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Happy Canada Day! This Canadian is missing home a little more today!
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100% of the T-shirts I wear at our cottage are freebies from cases of Beer. Oh Happy Canada day!
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Happy Birthday Canada
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Happy Canada day ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ Best Country in the World!!
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William Shatner Sings O Canada
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Happy Canada Day! [OC]
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Today in NL, we celebrate Canada day alongside our Memorial Day, which marks the first day of the Somme, where within the 800 man RNR, 732 were killed, wounded, or MIA. This loss of life still effects the province to this day. Today we remember the men who died in Beaumont-Hamel so long ago.
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