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|This is clearly a plane from Air Canada. Note the distinct "AIR CANADA" on the side of the plane. The colors, and the maple leaf as well are those displayed by planes from Air Canada.||04/24/2006||1,079|
|The famous Sulake Gaming Entertainment's (creators of Habbo Hotel)Canada headquarters located in Toronto,Canada.||11/24/2005||510|
|A Buffalo from the Canadian Air Force at the McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.|
The de Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo is a short take off and landing (STOL) cargo aircraft, a turboprop conversion of their earlier piston-powered DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft has legendary STOL performance, able to take off in distances much shorter than even light aircraft. de Havilland Ca...
|An oil producing region in the north of Canada.||08/22/2005||335|
|The Vancouver Aquarium, Canada's first public aquarium, opened its doors on June 15, 1956. The Association operated the Aquarium as a self-supporting, non-profit organization receiving no government operational funding. |
Through visionary, responsible growth programs, the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre has become the largest aquarium in Canada and one of the five largest in Nor...
|A big hydro power dam (approx. 425 meters across) in way northern Manitoba, Canada.||08/31/2005||585|
|1. One Canada Square|
2. 25 Canada Square
3. 8 Canada Square
4. Tower 42
5. 30 St Mary Axe
6. 1 Churchill Place
7. 25 Bank Street
8. 40 Bank Street
9. Upper Bank Street
|Here you can clearly see that this is an air canada plane, just look at the markings on the side.||10/16/2006||330|
|these boats i found in a quite small harbour in canada||09/16/2005||307|
|By canoe from Whitehorse to Dawson - Canada||09/11/2005||381|
|C-FTID (cn 384)|
This aircraft has been wasting away outside for years at Montreal St. Hubert. Former testbed for Pratt & Whitney Canada. Painted with fake reg N6225C.
|James Bay ,Ontario-Quebec region of Canada.James It is named for the English explorer Thomas James, who first explored the area in 1631 while searching for the Northwest Passage.||10/30/2005||581|