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Welcome to the Canada Shop, a place for all things Canadian, and for everyone who loves nature, and wildlife!

Canada - 150 years!

Canada - 150 years!
Canada, founded in 1867, is 150 years old in 2017! Celebrate Canada's sesquicentennial!

Canada 150 - Parliament

Canada 150 - Parliament
2017 is the 150th anniversary of Canada's Confederation in 1867. Celebrate with this image of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa!

Canada 150

Canada 150
2017 is Canada's 150th birthday! Celebrate Canada's sesquicentennial with this beautiful design!

Canada 150

Canada 150
In 2017, Canada will celebrate it's sesquicentennial -- 150 years since Confederation in 1867. Celebrate Canada's birthday!

Map of Newfoundland

Map of Newfoundland
Captain James Cook visited Newfoundland from 1763 to 1767 surveying the coastline. Just one year later in 1768, he began the first of three voyages to explore the Pacific.

-50 Degrees of Cold

-50 Degrees of Cold
Canada is cold, really cold! How cold do you ask? There are at least 50 degrees of cold!

True North Strong and Free

True North Strong and Free
Canada represents the "North" in North America. As the national anthem says, it is the "True North, Strong and Free".

I'm Canadian -- sorry!

I'm Canadian -- sorry!
Show you're proud to be Canadian, but you're not about to rub non-Canadians the wrong way. Say instead that your are Canadian -- sorry!

Canadian Maple Leaf

Canadian Maple Leaf
Celebrate Canada with this elegant design of maple leaves in autumn colours!

True North

True North
Canada is the true north, strong and free! Show everyone what you feel about this great country!

A Proud Canadian

A Proud Canadian
Show everyone that you have pride in your country!

Yield to Polar Bears

Yield to Polar Bears
Polar Bears are huge, hungry, angry that we have destroyed their environment, and they can crush a car. Yield to Polar Bears!

Maple Leaf Celebration

Maple Leaf Celebration
Celebrate Canada and Canada Day with this festive and beautiful design!

Canadian Elk

Canadian Elk
Canada's wilderness is a vast national treasure that can be enjoyed by all.

Inukshuk

Inukshuk
The Inuit Inukshuk has become a symbol of Canada's Arctic. It is a landmark indicating fishing areas, camps, hunting grounds, or other special area.

Canadian Moose

Canadian Moose
The Moose is a symbol of the Canadian Wilderness. It can be found from the Arctic Ocean through to the Atlantic provinces.

The Canadian Lynx

The Canadian Lynx
Canada's vast wilderness is symbolized by a lynx - Lynx Canadensis, a wild cat native to Canada.

Show your pride in Canada

Show your pride in Canada
Take pride in Canada with the iconic symbol of Canada, the Maple Leaf!

Loonie

Loonie
The loon is a common sight on the lakes of Canada, with it's eerie call a wonderful sign of wilderness. Canadians have also been know to be a bit looney at times!

The National Capital at Night

The National Capital at Night
Downtown Ottawa, featuring the Parliament Buildings and the Supreme Court Building.

O Canada! Red Maple Leaf

O Canada! Red Maple Leaf
Show your Canadian Pride with this red Maple Leaf!

Canadian Moose

Canadian Moose
An vintage design with a bull Moose, a truly magnificent animal. This design will appeal to everyone who loves the outdoors!

Canadian Lynx

Canadian Lynx
A striking, beautiful animal, the Canada Lynx is found in forests across Canada and Alaska, and in some parts of the lower United States. Although it is not considered endangered in Canada, the Lynx

Canada - Wapiti

Canada - Wapiti
The Wapiti (Elk), native to North America, is one of the largest land mammals in Canada and North America. This vintage design will appeal to everyone who loves the outdoors.

Canada - the Polar Bear

Canada - the Polar Bear
The Polar Bear is symbolic of Canada's north, a dominant animal evolved to survive and flourish in one of the coldest environments on the planet.

Canada. Hockey.

Canada. Hockey.
Nothing says "Canada" better that hockey. Road Hockey, House League Hockey, Beer League Hockey, Hockey on TV, Hockey on Radio, we have it all!

Canadian Irish

Canadian Irish
Celebrate Canada's Irish Heritage!

Canada - it's for the birds!

Canada - it's for the birds!
Canada is truly for the birds! That includes Atlantic Puffins!

Canada: It's for birds!

Canada: It's for birds!
Go on - tell us what you really think about Canada!

Canada: It's for the birds.

Canada: It's for the birds.
Canada is a great place for birds, like these Northern Gannets at Cape St. Mary's in Newfoundland.

Fundy Rocks!

Fundy Rocks!
The power of the Bay of Fundy tides create these natural rock designs in a bay on Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick

True North - Green Maple Leaf

True North - Green Maple Leaf
Canada is the True North, Strong and Free! Show your pride in Canada with the Maple Leaf, a symbol of the natural beauty of the country.

Canadian Flag

Canadian Flag
Canada's beautiful flag, using a real maple leaf!

Silouette of Parliament

Silouette of Parliament
Canada's Parliament Buildings dominate the skyline of Ottawa in this silhouette photograph just after sunset.

Oktoberfest in Canada

Oktoberfest in Canada
October, the Maple Leaf, and a Beer Stein: Oktoberfest in Canada!


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