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Discussion in '2005 Archive' started by Pronto, Jul 1, 2005.
I see that it is Canada Day, what is this day all about?
Canada Day, once Dominion Day, the the day we celebrate the beginning of Canada as a country, going back to 1867. It began with Upper Canada, Lower Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. This was the date the British North America Act united the provinces to form the Dominion of Canada.
That is a brief explanation.
Happy Canada Day Jim
And to you as well, James..assuming your name to be James.
Wife comes home from England to-day. I pick her and one daughter up at ten tonight, so I should run into some fireworks on the drive.
Happy Canada Day you folks.
Hey Jim, no my real name ain't James. I just like the nickname. Maybe people can guess my real name. I hope your wife and daughter have a safe flight home. Enjoy the fireworks.
Well then happy Canada Day indeed! Thanks for the info.
The Canadian Fourth of July! Sneaking in 3 days early. Have a good one and enjoy the celebration!
LOL you can look at it like that. It's about the only day that many Canadians are patriotic. I had a good day...went to the Tigers baseball game tonight. Saw a great game and some fireworks. You have a great 4th of July.
Well, actually EVERY country has a 4th of July.
Not quite the same as Independance day, it is more like Federation day, a day where the nation became unified, Aussies have a similar holiday on Jan 26 called Australia Day, yet both Canada and Australia remain in the Commonwealth.