Canada Day always reminds us how wonderful and unique our country is. Here are some interesting facts surrounding Canada:
Canada Day is essentially our Independence Day. It celebrates the day Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario (then Upper Canada) & Quebec (then lower Canada) came together on July 1, 1867 to form our Constitution Act. The holiday was officially given statutory value in 1879 and was first called Dominion Day.
Canada's national animal - the beaver - was introduced in 1975, even though it held significance for Canada long before this date. The trade of beaver pelts was an important part of the early economy due to its profitability. Beavers look nice, however they can be vicious. They have been known to attack humans even though you wouldn't expect that.
And did you also know? Canada has the longest coastline of any country in the world at 151,600 miles.
Enjoy Canada Day with your loved ones!
Your Huss Incense team
Enjoy and relax this Easter! We wish you all happy easter holidays and cozy hours with your loved ones. Use the days off to really switch off and leave all cares behind. Add to that a delicious meal and hopefully lots of warm rays of the spring sun - what more could we all wish for?
The Vancouver Christmas Market is finally back this holiday season! After a one year hiatus, the Vancouver Christmas Market is finally back in 2021 and we are more excited than ever. Downtown Vancouver’s beloved holiday tradition returns for the 11th time from Nov 13 - Dec 24 to Jack Poole Plaza. The market starts one week earlier than usual, for less crowding and even more chances for everyone to attend. For many residents and visitors alike, a yearly stop over at the Vancouver Christmas Market has become a seasonal ritual.
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