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150th birthday

It's never too late to shed light on the lesser known parts of Canada's history, pre- and post-Confederation.
This year marks 150 years since the colonies of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick formed the Canadian Confederation on July 1, 1867. And, while that day has always been a major time for Canuck pride, who would turn down an extra reason to celebrate?
Top country that's not surprised at all: also Canada.
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