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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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Guess my Age

Guess my Age

A Newfoundlander working in Toronto decided to visit the zoo one Saturday. While there, he saw a man with an elephant act. The man claimed the elephant could look at a person and tell that person’s age. The Newfoundlander was very skeptical and said so, in no uncertain terms. The man had the elephant look […]

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Roll Up The Rim!

Roll Up The Rim!

A blonde goes into a Tim Hortons coffee shop and notices there’s a “Roll Up The Rim To Win” on her coffee cup. So she rolls up the rim and starts screaming, “I’ve won a motor home! I’ve won a motor home!” The server says, “That’s impossible. The biggest prize is a free Lunch.” But […]

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Canuck Quotes: Barenaked Ladies

Canuck Quotes: Barenaked Ladies

[ 0 ] November 27, 2008 |

“Near where I live there’s a viaduct Where people jump when they’re out of luck Raining down on the cars and trucks below They’ve put a net there to catch their fall Like that’ll stop anyone at all What they don’t know is that when nature calls you go” From The Barenaked Ladies song “War […]

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I Am Canadian Rant by Molson

I Am Canadian Rant by Molson

One of Canada’s most memorable advertising campaigns, the I Am Canadian Rant by an “average Joe” spawned an outward expression of Canadian pride. The commercial poked fun at inaccurate Canadian stereotypes while assertively representing the Canadian pride that many Canadians humbly carry. To learn more about the history behind this epic Canadian commercial, visit Wikipedia

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