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Canadian Soldier Makes History At Buckingham Palace

A Canadian soldier has made history by becoming the first female officer to command the troops guarding the Queen at Buckingham Palace.  Captain Megan Couto, 24, upended more than 300 years of history when she led some 40 Canadian troops

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Heavy Security In Ottawa For Canada 150

Police are urging those heading to Ottawa for Canada 150 celebrations to be alert but not alarmed in the face of heightened security measures. Ottawa’s police Superintendent says officers will take an all-hands-on-deck security approach that will include everything from

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Canada Post Unveils New Stamp

Canada Post and Moshe Safdie, whose revolutionary Habitat 67 modular housing complex earned global accolades as an icon of urban living, today unveiled a stamp with an image of his futuristic structure representing the event for which it was built:

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Tim Hortons New Canada 150 Cups Hit Stores On Wednesday

This year Canada is celebrating it’s 150th birthday. In honour of#Canada150, Tim Hortons has created new (distinctly Canadian) cups. They will be available at Tim Hortons locations across Canada starting Wednesday April 19, 2017. Images on the cups include a:

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