In November, Canada celebrated its 70th birthday.
The country celebrated its independence from the United Kingdom in 1867, and it joined the United Nations in 1947.
Canada is the second-most populous country in the world and has about 40 million people, with a population of 1.4 billion.
However, it is the only one in the North American continent that has never joined the European Union.
On this day, Canada is a member of the United States, but does not have a full membership.
Canada has also not joined the EU and it is not a signatory to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation.
It is also the 70,000th anniversary, with the Confederation ending in 1918.
In a statement on Twitter, Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau said: “We’ve had 70 years of peace, progress, opportunity and prosperity.
The great majority of Canadians are proud of that.
We’re proud of our country, proud of who we are.”
However, some critics say the country has a history of being a land of contrasts, and the country’s celebration is more about celebrating itself.
The day has become an occasion for some to express their frustration with Canada’s current government, said Jean-Michel Blais, a professor at the University of Toronto.
“This celebration is really about making Canada the new world,” he said.
Blais said that in his mind, the celebrations are not about celebrating the past.
Instead, they are celebrating the current government’s success.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.AFP via Getty ImagesThis year, the country celebrated Christmas, Easter, New Year’s and a few other special days, Blakes said. “
They have to move beyond their past and work for a better future.”
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.AFP via Getty ImagesThis year, the country celebrated Christmas, Easter, New Year’s and a few other special days, Blakes said.
However he said that this year was a lot less interesting than previous years.
In 2015, the Canadian government celebrated Canada Day, with Prime Minister Trudeau and a group of ministers.
Blakes thinks this year’s celebrations are more about highlighting the country and celebrating itself, and not about the country celebrating itself.
“This is not about Canada, this is about us, it’s about us and what we’re trying to achieve,” he added.
In an interview with The Canadian Press, Blayzes said he believes the celebrations were part of an effort to help Canada’s economy improve and that he hopes this year will be different.
However, he also said that the government is also trying to “mobilise” the country against Brexit, which he believes is a political and economic threat to the country.
“I think the government will try to mobilise the country, but it won’t work unless the country is united, he said, adding that this has been a difficult year for the country because of the Brexit decision.”
On Twitter, Blays said that he hoped that the celebrations would not come as a surprise, but that he did not think that the day would be any different this year.
“The celebration is part of a larger project to build confidence and unity among Canadians,” he wrote.
“This is a great opportunity for Canadians to unite and celebrate Canada.”
This article has been corrected to reflect the fact that Canada’s birthday falls on December 14, rather than January 6.