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Icefest 2017: Celebrate Canada 150

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 This year Canadians are celebrating our country's 150th birthday. In Toronto, the celebration started this winter with the Bloor-Yorkville, IceFestival 2017: Celebrate Canada 150. This event was held last weekend at Cumberland St in Toronto's Bloor-Yorkville with the exhibition of majestic ice sculptures created right in front of our eyes by talented artists. Canada was represented in these ice sculpture creations of Canadian geese (above), moose, bear, the Canadian loonie ($2 coin), maple leaf, hockey, Royal Mountie Police, the Parliament Square in Ottawa and even Niagara Falls complete with the barrel. There were drinks, food and clowns offered by the restaurants around the area. Luckily, it was a mild winter, no snow and lots of sunshine last weekend. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Canadian eh! 

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  1. Happy BDay Canada, one of the best country ever! The sculptures look amazing, the moose one is my fave! Enjoy your weekend Pamela xo

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  2. 150 years is awesome Pamela! I especially love the maple leaf sculpture. All are so gorgeous :D
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  3. Wow, these sculptures are amazing!
    Kisses, Paola.
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  4. The ice sculptures look very impressive!

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