homesick canadian | for when you love your country, whether you’re from vancouver or st. john’s or anywhere in between, and you want to take a roadtrip without leaving your bedroom
prairie girl | rah rah
like a mountain | timber timbre
yer spring | hey rosetta!
neighbourhood #3 (power out) | arcade fire
manitoba | the wilderness of manitoba
mushaboom | feist
coldest days | the rural alberta advantage
land of living skies, pt 2: the living skies | the besnard lakes
fire escape | half moon run
some are lakes | land of talk
wind blows | yukon blonde
oberkampf | woodpigeon
cedars | evening hymns
HAPPY BIRTHDAY CANADA
Chris Hadfield carrying a life-sized cardboard cut-out of himself around downtown Sarnia.
- Hannibal in Toronto
TIM HORTON’S WARRIOR MAN WAS GR8
I always think of Canada as the lovechild of England and France after they had a drunken one night stand and England just left it to grow up with its big brother America who was like the rebel of the family.
someone needs to turn down that sass level
In Canada, you don’t say ‘I love you’. You say ‘EH EH MAPLE LEAF QUEEN HAM BACON MOOSE ANTLER EH’ which roughly translates into ‘I’ll give you my snow shovel.’ I think that’s beautiful.