Why can I not buy anything Canadian anymore? We have friends who live in the southern US and the common thing we hear from them is that they’d love us to send them something that is “Canadian”. This is harder than one would think. Or at least harder than I thought it would be. In the hunt of things Canadian, my exploration led me to Upper Canada Village. I’ve been there dozens of times, my first time being in May of 1985 as a Grade Three student in Mr. Paul’s class at Escott Public School. After moving to the area in 2005, my wife andRead More →