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Molson Muscle

Molson Muscle

A term for a beer belly – or a large tummy blamed on excessive beer drinking.

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North American Beer Festival

North American Beer Festival

After the North American Beer Festival, all the brewery presidents decided to go out for a beer. The guy from Corona sits down and says, “Hey Senor, I would like the world’s best beer, a Corona.” The bartender dusts off a bottle from the shelf and gives it to him. The guy from Budweiser says, […]

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Canuck Quotes: Beer

Canuck Quotes: Beer

“My brother and I used to say that drowning in beer was like heaven, eh? Now he’s not here and I got two soakers, this isn’t heaven, this sucks!” Rick Moranis As Bob in the movie Strange Brew

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Pet Beaver Commercial by Molson Canadian

Pet Beaver Commercial by Molson Canadian

Another in a great series of commercials by Molson Canadian where a Canadian responds to being teased with Canadian stereotypes in a bar.

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The Maple Leaf Legacy Project

The Maple Leaf Legacy Project

[ 2 ] November 29, 2008 |

It takes an army of volunteers to photograph the graves of an army of volunteers.’ That’s what it says on the Maple Leaf Legacy Project web site and that is exactly what has been built up over the past seven and a half years. A small but dedicated army of volunteers around the world has […]

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Trivia EH? Nunavut

Trivia EH? Nunavut

[ 0 ] November 29, 2008 |

Area: 2, 093,190 square kilometers Freshwater Area: 157,077 square kilometers. High Temp: 25.8 C in the capitol of Iqaluit. Low Temp: -45.6 C in Iqaluit. Median Age: 22.1 years, making it the youngest population in Canada. Population: 28,847 Pop. Density: 1 person in every 70 square kilometers, the lowest population density of all Canadian territories […]

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Nunavut

Nunavut

[ 1 ] November 29, 2008 |

Nunavut means “our land” in the Inuktitut language, and is the newest Territory in Canada, created on April 1, 1999. Size, weather, isolation, and a sparse population all pose challenges for this, the nation’s youngest government. Nunavut spans three time zones, and is 1/5th of Canada’s national landmass, and just over 1/1000th of the population […]

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Canuck Quotes: Dan Aykroyd

Canuck Quotes: Dan Aykroyd

[ 1 ] November 29, 2008 |

“If it hadn’t been for Carleton [University], The Blues Brothers movie would never have been made.” “I never wanted to be a solo act. My strength is in collaboration, and I feel a kinship with an ensemble to make a project whole.” “As soon as we met there was an instant rapport. It was like […]

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Trivia EH? Dan Aykroyd

Trivia EH? Dan Aykroyd

[ 1 ] November 29, 2008 |

Born on Canada Day (July 1st) 1952 in Ottawa, Canada Full name is Daniel Edward Aykroyd First marriage to Maureen Lewis ended in divorce. They had 3 children, Mark, Lloyd & Oscar Married Donna Dixon in 1983 & had 2 children, Danielle Alexandra, Belle Kingston. (I suspect Belle’s second name is a nod to Kingston, […]

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Dan Aykroyd

Dan Aykroyd

[ 3 ] November 29, 2008 |

Dan Aykroyd was born to Samual Cuthbert Peter Hugh Aykroyd and Lorraine (Gougeon) Aykroyd. Aykroyd’s father was assistant deputy minister of transport at one time and his mother was an executive secretary within the Canadian Government. Aykroyd came from a strict Roman Catholic family and considered attending a seminary until his high jinx intervened with […]

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