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Patriot News

Canada Patriot News focuses on Canadian people, places, and events of regional, national or international significance, and which instill a sense of patriotism in Canadians across the country and around the world.

Canada's Team Makes Baseball Playoffs

Canada's Team - the Toronto Blue Jays - are headed to the Major League Baseball Playoffs! The Jays clinched the American League East Division title on September 30 and begin their American League Division Series on Thursday, October 8 against the wild card Texas Rangers. Read More »

Canada Patriot Launches New Bunting

During summer 2015, Canada Patriot launched its new maple leaf bunting, to be hung over balconies, railings, counters, window sills, etc. They come in an assortment of sizes, all reasonably priced and easy to display. Read More »

Canada Patriot Hosts Canadian Flag's 50th Birthday

On February 15, 2015, Canada Patriot's Mike Buckle co-hosted a Canadian Flag 50th Birthday Party at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 133 in Cobourg, Ontario. Special Guests included Cobourg Mayor Gil Brocanier, Canadian Senator David P. Smith, MPP Lou Rinaldi Representative Travis Hooper, and Conservative Party Candidate for Northumberland-Peterborough South Adam Moulton. Read More »

Canada Patriot Addresses Legion Zone F-2 Spring Conference

On Sunday, March 16, 2014 Canada Patriot Executive Director Mike Buckle and Marketing Director Paul Wylezol attended the Royal Canadian Legion Zone F-2 Spring Conference in Bewdley, Ontario. They were invited by F-2 Commander Don Ramsay to speak about Canada Patriot's mission to promote Canadian heritage and patriotism by raising the Canadian Flag. Read More »

Canada Patriot and Legion Launch Patriot Partnership

On Saturday, February 15 - National Flag of Canada Day - Canada Patriot and the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 30 in Port Hope, Ontario launched a Patriot Partnership to promote Canadian heritage and patriotism. The event took place at Branch 30 and was attended by a patriotic group of Royal Canadian Legion members and area residents. Read More »

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