Calling all students – join us as Team Canada volunteers in our booth at the international festival! Being an ambassador for Canada during the festival can be used to fulfill volunteer hour requirements.
Anyone between the ages of 14-21 must be accompanied by an adult. If you have any questions about signing up, email us at email@example.com.
Check out our EventBrite page to see what shifts are still available: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/canada-booth-volunteer-sign-up-registration-33973638066
Celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary with fellow Canadians from the Triangle!
Join us on Saturday, July 1 from 11:30am to 2:30pm for lunch and camaraderie at Sammy’s Tap and Grill.
Bring the whole family! Wear you Roots Canada shirt. Chat with old friends and make new ones. Let the kids play in the arcade. Grab a bite to eat but leave room for dessert! In addition to the regular menu, Sammy’s is offering poutine and Canadian beer specials (Labatt and Molson)! CanSouth will be serving Canada Day cake after lunch.
Register in advance and save!
Advance tickets: $3/person (+ $1.16 Eventbrite fees)
At the door tickets: $5/person
Each ticket includes a piece of Canada Day cake, a Canada 150 pin and a ticket for the raffle of two Canada 150 goodie bags!
Advance tickets are on sale online until June 29.
Tickets are not refundable.
We’re looking forward to celebrating with you!
Join us at 6:30pm on May 23 for an evening of Canuck camaraderie. We’ll taste four of Bottledog’s fancy poutines paired with samples of draft beers (included in your ticket). If you are still hungry, Bottledog has other Canadian-inspired delicacies on the menu–including a Montreal smoked Meat Sandwich and a Beaver Tail topped with either maple bacon or cinnamon sugar!
Register for the event in advance on Eventbrite and save.
Advance ticket: $12 + $1.65 Eventbrite fees, available until May 22, 5pm.
Price goes up on the day of the event, when purchasing a ticket at the door ($15, exact change or cheque)
This event is for adults only. Tickets are non-refundable.
The theme for this year’s international festival has been announced and it is HEROES FROM AROUND THE WORLD.
Canada has a wealth of cultural, historic, present-day and fictional heroes, but we want to hear from you about who we should feature at the Canada booth!
In March, we featured a few of Canada’s great and influential women, like Roberta Bondar (the first female Canadian astronaut) and author Lucy Maud Montgomery. Read more here: http://www.canadashistory.ca/Explore/Women/Canada-s-Great-Women
Then, we filled you in on some Canadian superheroes like well-known X-Man Wolverine, anti-hero Deadpool and the slightly less famous but still formidable Captain Canuck: http://mentalfloss.com/article/81951/7-most-canadian-superheroes-ever
Now, let us know who your favorite Canadian hero is! Share your thoughts with us on Facebook or via email.
July is quickly approaching and that means we’re getting excited about celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary! Canada Day 2017 will be one for the history books and we want to know how you plan to celebrate. Are you heading up North, or are you hoping to find some fellow Canadians to celebrate with right here in the Triangle? If you’re going to be in town, let us know on our Facebook event so we can start planning (and make sure there’s enough Labatt’s on hand 😉). If you’re heading out of town, be sure to share some photos with us!
Here’s some additional information on how to participate and where to celebrate in Canada: http://canada.pch.gc.ca/eng/1468262573081
It’s always interesting when the Maple Leafs come to town as Coach Babcock and Coach Peters are close friends. The Leafs and Hurricanes also have some of the best rookies on their teams this year; Auston Matthews, Mitchell Marner and William Nylander (Leafs), and Sebastian Aho (Canes).
The Leafs will probably make the playoffs this year with the Canes having to wait until next year. Both teams wanted to demonstrate their talents on the ice, which led to a solid and spirited hockey game. Even though the Canes led Toronto twice in the game, it went into overtime. In the early minutes of OT, the Canes had a few chances to put the puck behind Curtis McElhinney, but they failed to get fresh legs on the ice. Canes’ Victor Rask lost the puck to Matthews, giving possession to Morgan Reilly, who scored the game winning goal.
Photos from the game were provided by the CanSouth sports correspondent and event photographer.