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originally posted by: caterpillage
Add to all that, we didn't give birth to justin bieber,
We drive on the proper side of the road,
Bald eagles are cool af,
Hell, people walk 2000 miles just to look at our fence!
And if that ain't enough, we got lots of freedom bombs for ya.
originally posted by: snowspirit
a reply to: JAGStorm
Yep. Most of that list applies to Canada too, but sadly, we do not have Captain America 😕
Captain Canada is a superhero created by CJON-DT (NTV) owner Geoff Stirling, his son Scott Stirling and Filipino artist Danny Bulanadi in the late 1970s. Captain Canada debuted in 1979 in the Captain Newfoundland comic strip published in the Newfoundland Herald (known then as The Sunday Herald) and later appeared in the Atlantis graphic novel, which featured covers by Boris Vallejo. Since his creation, he has become a mascot for NTV and has appeared in numerous promos for the station, the most recent being created by Vancouver based Borderless World Productions in 2010. Captain Canada has made many public appearances, including the annual Santa Claus Parade in St. John's, Newfoundland. There is a plaque in Arizona marking his first manifestation in the United States. Captain Canada also appeared in the 1980 television movie Captain Newfoundland and the Tip of Atlantis, scenes of which were used in NTV promos during the 1990s.