We started with eight cities. But after all your votes we've narrowed them down to two cities! One of these cities will be crowned Canada's new capital.
When we asked you for your reasons why these cities should be considered one of Canada's new capitals you told us.
Toronto, Canada's largest city came on strong and has a lot going for it. In the last round it narrowly edged out Halifax. Here are some of our readers' reasons for nominating Hogtown as Canada's new capital.
Proximity to everything. I've lived all across Canada and Toronto is multicultural with a good sampling of citizens representing every aspect of Canadian life. But not while Rob Ford is still mayor. — Jerry.
In England, the capital is London. In France, the capital is Paris. Only when the political capital is the country's cultural, economic and financial centre can the nation's people truly form a civilization. — Francois
Canada = Diversity. Toronto = one of the most diverse city in the world. As globalization raises the profile of cities, Toronto is the only 'world city' in Canada. — Shoaib
And our final round is going to be a battle of Ontario. Many of our readers seem to think Ottawa is doing just fine as the nation's capital. Here's why they nominated the city.
Ottawa already is equally hated across Canada - establishing a consistent level of contempt that gives citizens confidence that any place so universally hated could never treat anyone else preferentially. Canadian's innate demand for fairness makes Ottawa perfect. — Anonymous
Canada is very diverse and built on the notion of compromising different positions. Since choosing any particular large city over another and declaring it most "Canadian" would suggest other cities are less "Canadian" it seems to make total sense that we picked the most boring non-descript city we could find as the capital. So Ottawa it is! LOL — Phil
The history is there, old mixed with new and don't forget that canal with beaver tails. Ottawa is the greatest city because its the capital, it's not the capital because its the greatest city. — Em
Time to vote! Have your say in the comments below.
We'll reveal the winner of our New Capital deathmatch on Canada Day.
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Scottie was totally from Vancouver.
The "Entourage" star was born in Montreal.
The world-famous architect was born in Toronto.
The former NBA star was born in Toronto.
The comedian is from Quebec City. Bonus points if you knew his brother is CBC journalist Neil Macdonald.
The "Castle" and "Firefly" star was born in Edmonton.
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While born in Portland, Groening's father Homer was born in Main Centre, Saskatchewan and so Groening is eligible for citizenship.
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While born in Indianapolis, both of "The Mummy" star's parents are Canadian and so he is entitled to Canadian citizenship.
The Oscar winning star of "True Blood" was born in in Winnipeg.
The regular contributor to "This American Life" was born in Montreal.
While the "Sex and the City" star was actually born in in the U.K., she moved to Coutenay, B.C., when she was just an infant.
"The L Word" star was born in Toronto.
Carrie Anne Moss
The star of "The Matrix" was born in Burnaby, B.C.
The "Will and Grace" star was born in Toronto.
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The original host of "Let's Make A Deal" was born in Winnipeg.
Honorary Mention - Tom Cruise
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Things You Don't Want To Say To A Canadian
Canadians are normally pretty nice but there are things you just don't want to say to a Canadian... (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Nathan Denette)
This looks like Monopoly money!
Hey you're from Canada? Do you know my friend Doug?
You lost the War of 1812, right?
Polar bears rooting through your garbage at night must be pretty irritating.
(AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Chris Young)
Do you guys all ski to work and stuff?
Do you have cable / internet / random technology in Canada?
You all speak French right?
What part of America are you from?
Is Vancouver / Edmonton / Calgary close to Toronto?
Do you have a president?
(AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Fred Chartrand)
Is Toronto your capital city?
Say "aboot" for me
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We asked our readers to tell us more things that you shouldn't say to a Canadian. We collected the best responses.
@HuffPostCanada #AngryCanadian Wasn't it wonderful that Ben Affleck thanked Canadians at the Oscars? Were Canadians in Iran?
@HuffPostCanada #AngryCanadian To someone from Toronto: "I have a friend named .... In Vancouver, do you know them?" "No, it's a 3hr flight"
@HuffPostCanada The old chestnut You guys all live in igloos right? #AngryCanadian
@HuffPostCanada #AngryCanadian "Is it warm there in summer? Do you drink maple syrup? You say roof (ruff), tour (tore), and bar (ba) weird."