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Here are the top ten articles for the Canadian Culture Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. 4 Maple Leaf Crafts For Kids
4 quick and easy maple leaf crafts any kid will love!
2. Aselin Debison - Growing Up
Aselin lets us in on what she has been up to over the last few years and gives us the inside scoop on her recent engagement!
3. Wildlife in the Northwest Territories
Some people believe that Canada is so cold that wildlife can not survive here. This of course is far from true and to prove it here is a list of just some of the amazing animals living in one of Canada's most Northern regions, the Northwest Territories
4. Joe's Scarecrow's and the Street Performers
The way the economy has been lately everyone is looking for cheaper ways to travel, but cutting back on the cost doesnt mean cutting back on the fun! Joe's Scarecrow Village and the Street Performers are two kid approved attractions in Cape Breton that you will love and come in under $10.
5. Christmas Turnip
Old fashion Christmas Turnip made the same way as my great great grandma made it many years ago!
6. Book Review - The Winter Croquet & Cocktail Society
Review of Gerald Arthur Moore's first poetry collection, The Winter Croquet & Cocktail Society.
7. Aselin Debison - The Beginning
Aselin answers some questions for us on how her career began
8. Outdoor Adventures
Three outdoor adventures that can be found in Canada.
9. The Fantastic Flight of the Silver Dart
Author Linda Brand and illustrator Francois Gauvreau have successfully created an educational and historical tale that is actually fun for kids to read. It is a great way for children to learn about how aviation began and the role Canada played in it.
10. Canadian Food - Is There Such a Thing?
Does Canada have a culinary tradition of its own?
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