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Cool to be Canadian at public displays
Courtesy of the Forks Market in Winnipeg Manitoba, Cool to be Canadian was allowed to host young Canadian musical talent, recruit volunteers and discuss the objectives of Cool to be Canadian with the public.
a. Lesley, Jessica Nikki and Jamey are the talented and harmonious Inuit (Eskimo)
Throat Singers "KOMAKSIUTIKSAK"
b. A Masters in Economics Adrianna, and language teacher Elena are two Cool to be
Canadian Volunteers with the founder.
c. Jason, Roy and Lue assemble the Cool Display at the Forks Market in Winnipeg.
Courtesy of the Garden City Mall in the North End of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Cool to be Canadian was permitted to introduce the "Ratpad" mousepad / removable sticker to supporters and give a hands-on demonstration of the new web site.
School kids show off Cool to be Canadian sticky mousepads at the eternal flame on Parlaiment Hill.
Lighter than a feather and more powerful than a locomotive, Natalie MacMaster the
fiddler from Cape Breton is truly a Cool Canadian! Natalie is captured here at the
"Rendez-Vous" in St.Boniface during her cross-Canada tour.
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