Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Canada Day, Draw a flag



Today is Canada Day, celebrating our nation's 141st birthday. This year also marks the 400th birthday of Quebec City, founded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608. It is the first place in Canada where European settlers spent the entire winter. It has recently been declared a World Heritage site. This year is also the 250th anniversary of the first parliamentary procedure, taking place in what is now Nova Scotia, and is considered the earliest democratic process in North America. Happy Birthday, Canada, the true north strong and free!

3 comments:

Fannie said...

Happy Canada Day, "Cordelia"--I mean, Lynn. Ha, ha. Read your profile.

Thanks for your visit to my blog and for your comments. Love your art. I'll be back.

PamYla said...

Happy Canada Day..your flag looks great..the watermelon for someting summer is awesome too! It looks like you can pick it up and eat it

Sandy said...

I love seeing all these flags from around the world! Good sketch.