Beavers, Beer And Ookpik: Vote For Your Pick As Canada's National Symbol

The Huffington Post Canada   First Posted: 07/01/11 08:27 AM ET   Updated: 08/31/11 06:12 AM ET

In honour of Canada Day, we've pulled together some of the nation's most treasured symbols. If you had to pick a national symbol for this country, what would it be? Which one of these emblems of Canadiana best represents your country?

Vote for your favourite national symbol by rating each image below:

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  • Beaver

  • Mounties

  • Poutine

  • Maple Leaf

  • Hockey

  • Canada Goose

  • Moose

  • Beer

  • Politeness

  • Igloos

  • Tuques

  • Our favourite hosers, Doug and Bob McKenzie

  • Publicly-Funded Health Care

    Tommy Douglas, Canada's "father of medicare."

  • Lumberjack

  • Ookpik

    Ookpik means "snowy owl" in Inuktitut. It's a traditional Inuit handicraft made of sealskin or fur and was once for a brief period of time, a Canadian national symbol.

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