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Welcome to Canadian Culture Canadian Culture is currently upgrading our networks with more utilities.  Our website is under construction.
© Copyright 1997-2021 Canadian Culture - All rights reserved.  See our (Disclaimer & Privacy Policy)  Developed by SCD .
Views or opinions found on, or linked to from, the www.canadianculture.com web pages do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of Canadian Culture and staff at Sun Coast Designs. The Merchants, classifieds and/or advertisements listed on Canadian Culture's website operate independently from Canadian Culture, and Canadian Culture does not endorse any merchant, classified or advertisement or assume responsibility for transactions conducted with them. Sponsors: PC Drummer -  Sun Coast Designs (Interested in becoming a sponsor? (contact us)
Special credit and honour to  (Mulidzas) Curtis Wilson for designing this flag.  BC artist Curtis Wilson from Kwakwaka’wakw territory (Campbell River). It means: Standing together in support of each other.
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