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Canadian icons

Maps, Maples, Masks, and MountiesBackground tilesSkylines

Maps, Maples, Masks, and Mounties

mountie with Canadian flag  Canada map  red leag  red leaf  red leaf  maple leaf  fall colors of maple leafs  Canadian tartans  small beaver  Canada goose  Inuit symbol: the Inukshuk Guide; a man of stone who points the way  raven mask of northwest coast indians  Toronto Blue Jays logo  map of Canada flag  mountie cartoon  mounties  mountie  mountie with a stop sign  mounties and totem pole  small totem pole  Dudley  hockey player  hockey puck  hockey skate 

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Background tiles

Canada flag background maple leaf background embossed maple leaf background white maple leaf background maple leaf background birch trees background
light birch trees background birch bark background birch bark background variation sand background

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Canadian Falls  Toronto button  CN Tower pointing up  CN Tower pointing right  CN Tower pointing left

Toronto skyline silhouette  Toronto skyline with beacon light

Toronto CN Tower  Toronto CN Tower  Toronto skyline

Vancouver, B.C.  Kitts Beach, Vancouver, B.C. skyline

My favorite spot on the Earth—the other side of the Capalino River Canyon near Vancouver, B.C. To get there, cross over 450 feet of swaying cedar planks 250 feet up in the air above the Capalino River.

Capalino Suspension bridge  Capalino Suspension bridge  Capalino Suspension bridge  dead tree in pond  Capalino Bridge in with falls  Capalino Suspension bridge  Capalino Suspension bridge

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