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Another Mash

Isn’t the pinnacle of human experience no longer being a human being but a oneness?
The blue world turns green from the will of the people… 377 more words

Poetics

Parliament Buildings, Victoria B.C., Canada

Home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, the Parliament Buildings are open to the public year-round. Visitors are welcome to join one of the regularly scheduled tours, stroll through the buildings on their own self guided tour, or even have a bite to eat in the Legislative Dining Room.  78 more words

Canada, Eh?!

Royal B.C. Museum, Victoria B.C., Canada

Step inside & experience the history of British Columbia. Since 1886, the Royal BC Museum has preserved & shared the human & natural histories of this province. 198 more words

Tours

Government Street, Victoria B.C., Canada

Government Street is a busy street lined with some of  Victoria’s biggest tourist attractions. Always such a nice place to walk around & see what is going on… as busy as it is, there is always a chance to sit & enjoy the surroundings. 126 more words

Canada, Eh?!

Late Pizza Delivery Driver Calls Customer Morally Bankrupt And Fat

Pizza Pizza is a chain restaurant that some readers outside of Canada might remember faintly from a line in a Moxy Fruvous song. No? All you need to know is that it’s a pizza chain, it delivers, and it has a 40-minute guarantee. 433 more words

Canada

The Philipsburg Pier. 

The Philipsburg Pier originated as a wooden jetty in the 1780s which enabled trade with the USA via Lake Champlain ports.

The most common good exported via the Philipsburg pier were racehorses, marble, carriages, logs and milled timber. 131 more words

Travel

Philipsburg.

The village of Philipsburg was established in 1784 by Empire Loyalists who moved to Canada from New York after the USA won her independence from the British. 247 more words

Bucket List Holiday - Canada, 2015