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For most Canadians, Canada Day is about BBQs fireworks and warm weather (plus a day off work!). But there's a lot more to July 1st than that. This day has gone through several name changes in the last 100 years. Back to Article

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smalltowngal
smalltowngal wrote:
2011-08-25 13:01:01 -0700

canadian bacon.....yum ( :

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Baby260
Baby260 wrote:
2011-08-25 12:58:26 -0700

AWESOME.....

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constance dah baddest gyal in
constance dah baddest gyal in wrote:
2011-07-03 11:25:19 -0700

It was awesomesmile

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Bubblez_999
Bubblez_999 wrote:
2011-07-03 10:41:16 -0700

Canada day is like the fourth of July except it's better.

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Denver Girl 303
Denver Girl 303 wrote:
2011-07-02 19:50:21 -0700

speaking of it it ix like forth of july

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Denver Girl 303
Denver Girl 303 wrote:
2011-07-02 19:50:20 -0700

speaking of it it ix like forth of july

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lilfox92
lilfox92 wrote:
2011-07-02 15:21:51 -0700

it is just like 4th of july

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Tia110
Tia110 wrote:
2011-07-02 13:48:57 -0700

I love Canadian Bacon!!!!

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Jayfeather1999
Jayfeather1999 wrote:
2011-07-02 13:28:38 -0700

Canada i love canada!

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jengotswag
jengotswag wrote:
2011-07-02 12:11:12 -0700

I Lov JB

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easy A
easy A wrote:
2011-07-02 09:05:46 -0700

i didn't know that there was a canada day Tongue Out

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tomboysince1999
tomboysince1999 wrote:
2011-07-02 03:40:14 -0700

i knew that there was canada day i just didnt know what they did

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mrsjustinbieber123
mrsjustinbieber123 wrote:
2011-07-02 03:11:16 -0700

i luv jb

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carlibieber777
carlibieber777 wrote:
2011-07-02 00:05:30 -0700

Justin Bieber Is Canadian I Wonder If He Is Celebrting It? *Wonders*

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bettybooop6785_1718229
bettybooop6785_1718229 wrote:
2011-07-01 23:45:42 -0700

wat i didnt now there was canada day

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Bi_lover_lion_fish
Bi_lover_lion_fish wrote:
2011-07-01 22:20:32 -0700

Honour had fun hes Canadian XD Heis awesome i never talk toi himt hough :\

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jeff180
jeff180 wrote:
2011-07-01 22:14:42 -0700

i am haf Candaian. so happy canada day

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x Amazing Ally x
x Amazing Ally x wrote:
2011-07-01 20:25:07 -0700

There's Canada Day??? I Didn't Know That! xD

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-DearFalyn-
-DearFalyn- wrote:
2011-07-01 20:23:24 -0700

HAPPY CANADA DAY!! I'm Candaian.

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I_lUv_PrInC3tOn143
I_lUv_PrInC3tOn143 wrote:
2011-07-01 19:00:31 -0700

Since I dont live there I aint funna celebrate crap

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Canada Day Plans?

  • I'll be chillin' with my family.
  • Heading to see some fireworks.
  • I'll be waving my flag proudly!
  • I'm going camping for the long weekend.

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