Sunday, July 01, 2012

Canada Day Then and Now

Canada Day marks the joining of the British North American colonies of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Province of Canada into a federation of four provinces (the Province of Canada being divided, in the process, into Ontario and Quebec) on July 1, 1867.

Description: Celebrations for the 60-Year Jubilee of Canadian Confederation (1867-1927) on Dominion Day on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada. Date: 1 July 1927. This image is available from Library and Archives Canada under the MIKAN ID number 3202130.

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Canada Day Then and Now

Description: Taken 01 July, 2003, looking south across Kempenfelt Bay, Barrie, Ontario, Canada, during Canada Day celebrations. Date: 1 July 2003. Source: Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is/was there. Author: Original uploader was DarrenBaker at en.wikipedia. Permission: (Reusing this file) Released into the public domain (by the author).

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Canada Day Then and Now

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