There’s a ‘little’ slice of Canada nestled deep in Minnesota


Sparrow
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Founded by a French Canadian who wandered just a little too far south, the Minnesota town of Little Canada was born in 1844 – a full two decades before Confederation. It was called “New Canada” then, when Benjamin Gervais decided to settle the area, now a suburb of St. Paul. The town of 10,000 still proudly displays a red maple leaf and a fleur de lis as its symbol. The Post’s Jen Gerson spoke Tuesday to Little Canada town councillor Michael McGraw:
There’s a ‘little’ slice of Canada nestled deep in Minnesota | News | National Post


Not sure I put this in the correct thread so feel free to move it anywhere you wish.
 
petros
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The Home of Lutefisk Poutine.
 
damngrumpy
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Funny we were just talking about lutefisk the other day, with my wifes Norwegan relatives
from Wisconsin. How could anyone eat that stuff?
 
petros
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You have to be really hungry.

Lutefisk and vegemite.

That would be a sammich to remember.

Ever heard the Gamel'ost Song?


 

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