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    Happy Canada Day!

    Hope that all the MOA Canadian members are out and about celebrating Canada's 149th Birthday today!
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    ..... party eh?
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    Have a GREAT day my Canadian friends!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_F View Post
    Hope that all the MOA Canadian members are out and about celebrating Canada's 149th Birthday today!
    We started celebrating last night.....
    Rinty

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    Whats more Canadian than having your picture taken with the Goose !!

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    I'll save the celebrations for tomorrow, have to work again tonight.

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    Its a celebration!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_F View Post
    Hope that all the MOA Canadian members are out and about celebrating Canada's 149th Birthday today!
    With the Brexit vote........You guys, might be getting a new province or two......
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    Happy Canada Day

    Is this the day to drink Canada Dry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friedle View Post
    Is this the day to drink Canada Dry?

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    We need a holiday for that? Who knew?

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    How do you guys feel about immigrants from the US? Election looming...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsuited View Post
    How do you guys feel about immigrants from the US? Election looming...

    Harry
    I heard something about a wall. Didn't catch the details.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    I heard something about a wall. Didn't catch the details.
    The wall is only around UND to keep our hockey players from making a US hockey team so damn fantastic. It isn't working.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsuited View Post
    How do you guys feel about immigrants from the US? Election looming...

    Harry

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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselyoda View Post
    The wall is only around UND to keep our hockey players from making a US hockey team so damn fantastic. It isn't working.
    Just think of the unemployed or under employed US hockey players? Sure, your Canadian Hockey players can send money home to the family to build homes and send their nieces, nephews and cousins to school (in some cases with shoes!), but that's money taken out of the mouths of American Hockey families.

    America isn't frozen like Canada. Non-cube or crushed Ice is only available at Ice Rinks.......which aren't all that common. Take Mr. Glaves, for instance. His closest Ice Rink might be more than a few small New England states away.... Then there's the cost of those pads, the skates, helmet, dental work, gender-neutral knickers/shorts/blummers and knee-high socks. American Families have invested a lot to make our great American Hockey Players and we're not going to put that asset at risk! I don't care if you can speak two languages......
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