All – a number of people on the mailing list said they didn’t get a notification about the last post which was sent just after Canada Day – so I’ll try again – hopefully this time it works – the blog is the one immediately preceding this one.
After two years of COVID, being able to celebrate Canada Day again at Cusheon cove with friends and family was something special. Nature cooperated with an absolutely perfect day, and Tom and Dtik were the perfect hosts as usual. Dtik organized an amazing smorgasbord of Canadian and Asian food and Tom quarterbacked the entire event. A highlight for me was… Read the rest “Canada Day – Cusheon Cove”
Canada Day fell on a Sunday this year and we spent the weekend on Saltspring Island. Tom and Dtik hosted the second annual Canada Day celebration at Cushion Cove – a beautiful setting and a chance to get caught up with friends and neighbours. The Lao/Thai inspired food was spectacular, and Tom’s vinyl collection of Canadian music provided an appropriate… Read the rest “2018 July Canada Day”
A bit of history for those who are interested……On July 1, 1867, the British North Americas Act created the Dominion of Canada as a federation of four provinces, known as the confederation of Canada. The four original provinces were created from the former British colonies of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Province of Canada, which was divided into the… Read the rest “2016 July Canada Day Weekend”
Like virtually every town and city across Canada, July 1st is a day for celebration. Whether born here or not, those living in Canada recognize our good fortune to be country that is largely tolerant, peaceful, and generous. HAPPY 147th BIRTHDAY CANADA !! A few shots taken downtown Squamish can be seen here.