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On rainy 150th birthday, nation celebrates the meaning of Canada
by Leah Schnurr and David Ljunggren
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2 July 2017
On 2 July 2017 Reuters reported:
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicked off Canada's long-anticipated 150th birthday celebrations on Saturday, 1 July ... [with] some 25,000 people assembled at a large outdoor celebration in front of the national Parliament in Ottawa. Trudeau, accompanied by Britain's Prince Charles, shook hands with some of the thousands ... who converged on Canada's capital Ottawa. Prince Charles and his wife Camilla arrived for an official visit on Thursday. The nationwide party comes as Canada is enjoying an unusual amount of interest from the rest of the world, largely due to the election of charismatic ... leader Trudeau. Twitter users were sharing their favorite Canadian songs and food, along with photos of the preparations under the hashtag Canada150. Events and installations celebrating the sesquicentennial milestone have already been held across the country this year ...
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'One hundred fifty years? Nah. Look at us: Canada is being born today,' Trudeau told the crowd soaked in rains.
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