Happy CANADA Day

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Originally Posted by incognito_2u
To my Canadian cousin's in Mississauga and Scarborough, CHEERS! beer
Am I your cousin? I live in Mississauga too! Happy Canada Day to all you Canadians! Though I don't agree with our current PM, he is not what makes this country great, it is the people past and present and all that they/we stand for that makes me love this land. Also a shout out to all of our military men and women, past and present. Thank you for all of the sacrifices you have made so that we can/could reap all of the amazing rights, privileges and freedoms that we have today. God bless.
 
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Originally Posted by Astro14
When I lived in Winnipeg - I think we called it "Dominion Day"... Canada
I prefer calling it that as well. Not going to get into the reasons for it on here though lol
 

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Originally Posted by Alfred_B
Are you guys still promoting the interests of the British Empire or did you become independent?
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Originally Posted by Alfred_B
Are you guys still promoting the interests of the British Empire or did you become independent?
Three cheers for King Alfred and a free jar of Bovril!
 
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Originally Posted by cb450sc
Originally Posted by Alfred_B
Are you guys still promoting the interests of the British Empire or did you become independent?
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It's the 4th line in your constitution defining the purpose of Canada.
 
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Originally Posted by Alfred_B
Originally Posted by cb450sc
Originally Posted by Alfred_B
Are you guys still promoting the interests of the British Empire or did you become independent?
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It's the 4th line in your constitution defining the purpose of Canada.
Sorry Alfred, there is no mention of Britain in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms . You must be referring to the British North American Act of 1867.
 
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