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Canada Day 2015 (Fête du Canada in French) is the national day of Canada, celebrating the anniversary of the July 1, 1867 every year on July 1st, Canada Day observances take place throughout Canada as well as among Canadians internationally. This year Canada Day is celebrating on today – 1st of July 2015
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Canada Day Quotes and Sayings 2015
- Canadians have been so busy
explaining to the Americans that we aren’t British,
and to the British that we aren’t Americans
that we haven’t had time to become Canadians.
– Helen Gordon McPherson
- The number of people
who left for the United states
and Canada increased with every year.
- Canada is an interesting place;
the rest of the world thinks so,
even if Canadians don’t.
…….Canada Day !!
- I see Canada as a country torn between a very northern,
rather extraordinary, mystical spirit
which it fears and its desire to present itself
to the world as a Scotch banker.
- Ring the Bells of Freedom,
and liberty tolls for we.
Quench the Ring of Freedom,
and oppression tolls for thee.
- whose main exports are
hockey players and cold fronts.
Our main imports are baseball players and acid rain.
– Pierre Trudeau
- And in English Canada,
no one really knows where the support is coming from,
but Conservatives would assume that
it’s bleeding from the Liberals.
So we have a divided left in Canada.
- First of all, when you live in a country like Canada,
it’s quite different from America in the sense
that it’s very tied to traditions that were born in Britain.