Canada is filled with picture-perfect lakes - a true testimont of the natural beauty that graces this stunning country. We've picked our top 10 lakes in Canada that will take your breath away, from Lake Louise, to Spotted Lake

Canada is filled with picture-perfect lakes - a true testimont of the natural beauty that graces this stunning country. We've picked our top 10 lakes in Canada that will take your breath away, from Lake Louise, to Spotted Lake

The flag of Canada was officially adopted on February 15,1965.The Canadian Red Ensign,bearing the Union Jack and the shield of the royal arms of Canada,was lowered and then,on the stroke of noon,the new maple leaf flag was raised.The crowd sang the national anthem O Canada, followed by the royal anthem, God Save the Queen.The stylish red maple leaf has been the national symbol of Canada for over 150 years. Red and white are the official colors of Canada, proclaimed by King George V in 1921.

The flag of Canada was officially adopted on February 15,1965.The Canadian Red Ensign,bearing the Union Jack and the shield of the royal arms of Canada,was lowered and then,on the stroke of noon,the new maple leaf flag was raised.The crowd sang the national anthem O Canada, followed by the royal anthem, God Save the Queen.The stylish red maple leaf has been the national symbol of Canada for over 150 years. Red and white are the official colors of Canada, proclaimed by King George V in 1921.

Proud to sing O'Canada, at school, at hockey games, at movie theatres...yes, at movie theatres!

Proud to sing O'Canada, at school, at hockey games, at movie theatres...yes, at movie theatres!

Canada’s fjord-slashed coastlines, arctic tundras, snow-capped mountains and prairie expanses may get all the glory, but its urban skyline is equally worth shouting about. Here’s 10 of our favourite vistas in Canada’s coolest metropolises

Canada’s fjord-slashed coastlines, arctic tundras, snow-capped mountains and prairie expanses may get all the glory, but its urban skyline is equally worth shouting about. Here’s 10 of our favourite vistas in Canada’s coolest metropolises

Incredible shopping and art galleries, European and Asian-fusion gourmet treats, and even the world’s first steam-powered clock, Gastown is a charming independent district you won’t want to miss

Incredible shopping and art galleries, European and Asian-fusion gourmet treats, and even the world’s first steam-powered clock, Gastown is a charming independent district you won’t want to miss

Canada Day Wall Art V2 - I'd prefer we move to singing the line 'in all of us command'... But Canada is a great & caring nation. We must be thankful for it & give all we can to it & its many people.

Canada Day Home Decor Printables & Instagram Sign

Canada Day Wall Art V2 - I'd prefer we move to singing the line 'in all of us command'... But Canada is a great & caring nation. We must be thankful for it & give all we can to it & its many people.

O Canada: Mjölk's Renovated Scandi-Style Cabin on a Lake: Remodelista

O Canada: Mjölk's Renovated Scandi-Style Cabin on a Lake

O Canada: Mjölk's Renovated Scandi-Style Cabin on a Lake: Remodelista

The 50 Places You Need to Eat in Montreal Before You Die

The 50 Places You Need to Eat in Montreal Before You Die

The 50 Places You Need to Eat in Montreal Before You Die ( Mandy's and Dirty dogs)

O Canada: Mjölk's Renovated Scandi-Style Cabin on a Lake: Remodelista

O Canada: Mjölk's Renovated Scandi-Style Cabin on a Lake

O Canada: Mjölk's Renovated Scandi-Style Cabin on a Lake: Remodelista

O Canada: Mjölk's Renovated Scandi-Style Cabin on a Lake

•The Canadian motto is  A Mari Usque ad Mare. It means from sea to sea.   •The English version of Canada’s National Anthem – O Canada – was written by Robert Stanley Weir for the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation in 1927.   •The National Flag of Canada came into being in 1965 to replace the Union Jack. It is an 11 pointed red maple leaf on a white square.

•The Canadian motto is A Mari Usque ad Mare. It means from sea to sea. •The English version of Canada’s National Anthem – O Canada – was written by Robert Stanley Weir for the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation in 1927. •The National Flag of Canada came into being in 1965 to replace the Union Jack. It is an 11 pointed red maple leaf on a white square.

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O Canada: Mjölk's Renovated Scandi-Style Cabin on a Lake

As I was writing this, I was thinking "O Canada...", swiftly followed by the realisation that I don't know any of the rest of the words to this national anthem... but with a place as

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As I was writing this, I was thinking "O Canada...", swiftly followed by the realisation that I don't know any of the rest of the words to this national anthem... but with a place as

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