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Nice post. Lots of fun information.

Very interesting.

On a side note I do think that a true Canada Day celebration should include the 67 or so years that Canada operated with no central bank whatsoever, doing perfectly fine throughout that period. :)

Not to sound like a monomaniac (but it's important, damn it!)

1871 1941
Canada 3,689,000 11,507,000
United States 38,558,000 132,165,000

*source: Wikipedia, because I r researcher!

That's not "doing perfectly fine."

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