Canada has marked its 150th birthday with a massive series of performances and parades. Some indigenous groups held protests, and PM Justin Trudeau acknowledged the historical mistreatment of native people. But he also celebrated Canada's diversity.
Not since 1998 had the US beaten Canada at the Olympics and the favorites seemed set for a routine, fifth-straight women’s hockey gold. Then the final took a late, unprecedented twist.
A party across six time zones - on the 150th anniversary of its founding on July 1, Canada will hold celebrations across its 13 provinces and territories.
Canada - the home of hockey, maple syrup and a selfie-prone prime minister - has marked its 150th birthday with concerts and citizenship ceremonies. But a history of indigenous mistreatment meant not everyone celebrated.
It's a vast country with a lot to explore: As Canada turns 150 on July 1, here's a celebration of 10 of its must-see destinations in its 10 provinces, from the eastern to the western coast.
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