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"I wanted everything to exist without the reader ... so that when you start reading the stories, it feels like you’re opening the curtains onto somebody’s life, as opposed to starting a journey with them." – , author of Shut Up, You're Pretty 🥀
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Canada 11h
It’s that time of year again, the Canadian National Exhibition in is back and celebrating 140 years! Canada’s largest Fair has become an end-of-summer ritual that can’t be missed!
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Canada 16h
DYK are responsible for pollinating one-third of Canada’s food crops? On let’s say thanks to our hardworking friends who help Canadian agriculture thrive.🐝
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Canada Aug 16
“Life is the most spectacular show on earth.” ― Water for Elephants by Canadian Author Sara Gruen. 📍 Lake Laberge, Yukon
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Canada Aug 16
Walk among the at Prehistoric World in Morrisburg, Ontario! But hurry, it’s only open until labour day! 🦕🦖
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Canada Aug 16
Watch the thunderous falls plunge into the canyon below at Wells Gray Provincial Park, in . This natural wonder is a sight to behold.
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Canada Aug 15
that more than 400 people and their gathered in Edmonton, and broke the Guinness World Record for the largest ever dog yoga class? Yes, we’re being fur-real! 🐶 📷
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Canada Aug 15
"Some people try to get very philosophical and cerebral about what they're trying to say with jazz. You don't need any prologues, you just play." – The late great pianist, Oscar Peterson, born in 1925. 🎹 📍 Halifax, Nova Scotia 📷ocean.veins/IG
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Canada Aug 15
On National , we celebrate the important history, culture and heritage of the Acadian people! ⭐️
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Canada Aug 14
Feet first, head first or even back first? 🤔 How would you conquer Canada’s highest ? 📍 Chelsea, Quebec 📷 greatcanadianbungee/IG
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Canada Aug 14
Ever get an itch that you can’t quite reach? Check out this unexpected footage from of a salmon who uses a log as a scratching post off the coast of British Columbia.
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Canada Aug 14
Can you hold a for 20 minutes? How about 4 hours and 20 minutes? This ab-solutely incredible feat was accomplished by Montreal fitness enthusiast Dana Glowacka. Congrats on breaking the world record for the longest plank held by a woman! 💪 📷
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Canada Aug 13
“It's important to give it all you have while you have the chance.” – Canadian singer and songwriter 📍 Tiffany Falls in Spencer Gorge Conservation Area in Hamilton,
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Canada Aug 13
Churchill, is known for its large polar bear population, but DYK that in the summer, it’s also home to tens of thousands of whale’s? You can spot these magnificent mammals as they sing and travel in the Hudson Bay estuaries. 🐳
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Canada Aug 13
In the heart of Montreal, you can hike up . It only takes around 45 minutes to get to the top, and your reward is a stunning view of the city’s skyline!
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Canada Aug 12
Is there anything better than watching a summer blockbuster under the stars? Take advantage of the warm summer nights and head to the theatre. Many small towns all over Canada embrace this classic movie-going experience. 📷 lanadeirene/IG
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Canada Aug 12
Congratulations to tennis champ , the first Canadian to win the in 50 years! 🇨🇦🏆
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Canada Aug 12
Dive into the past and learn about Canada’s Railway history. Steam locomotives and stories of life on the Canadian Pacific Line are just some of the things that you’ll find at the Revelstoke Railway Museum in . 🚂 📷 revelstokerailwaymuseum/IG
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Canada Aug 11
Want to reconnect with nature? Éco-Odyssée is a water maze near Wakefield, , where visitors can paddle through the unique marsh environment. We think it’s a pretty a-maze-ing experience 😉 📷 eco.odyssee/IG
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Canada Aug 11
Three years ago today, one of 🇨🇦’s most decorated swimmers, Penny Oleksiak, tied for gold at the Rio , making her the first Canadian to win 4 medals at a single summer Games! 🏊 🥇
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