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Canada 150th Anniversary Logos by Aster*

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Dec 17th, 2013. Artwork published in .
    “A lighthearted spin on our charming and stoic national symbol. Let's celebrate!” — Megan Hunt
    Source: http://coloveration.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    “A lighthearted spin on our charming and stoic national symbol. Let's celebrate!” — Megan Hunt

    “Castor canadensis (the North American beaver) became an official symbol of the sovereignty of Canada after serving as natural bounty and becoming central to our country's beginnings being the most lucrative mercantile attraction during the fur trade. Apart from being essential to Canada's heritage, the beaver is a unique animal, both in appearance and ability, and symbolizes the resourcefulness, determination yet gentle nature of the people of Canada.” — Dennis Boyle
    Source: http://coloveration.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    “Castor canadensis (the North American beaver) became an official symbol of the sovereignty of Canada after serving as natural bounty and becoming central to our country's beginnings being the most lucrative mercantile attraction during the fur trade. Apart from being essential to Canada's heritage, the beaver is a unique animal, both in appearance and ability, and symbolizes the resourcefulness, determination yet gentle nature of the people of Canada.” — Dennis Boyle

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