For finally breaking the curse and winning a gold in an olympics they are hosting. Good for them.
They are getting more.
(Sorry, Canada is busy right now and can't answer your post.)
They're doing great for the second best country in the world!
We rock!!!!! (and we're the best country!!! ) (hey Sneaks, just our own perspectives, eh?)
Good job Canada wait...Sab what gold medals do they have now?
Dunno to be honest. I just know that this was the first time Canada ever won a gold at a games that they were hosting. I thought it was a milestone worth congratulating.
Hmm...time to do some research...I'll check it out and post back once I find out
I think it was that winter sport where you go real fast and it's cold.
from the website I'm on it says Canada has 4 gold, 3 silver, and 1 copper
yo ho ho and sooo right...but not copper! it's bronze!!!
I meant bronze...saw the word bronze, saw the color of the medal and said copper
Copper - sounds like what you get for coming in 7th or something!
by shakeelz 8 years ago
The best country in the world should have good governence, good law and order conditions and independent judiciary.
by lyricsingray 8 years ago
Congrats Canadian Olympic Hockey TeamYou made us ProudThank you
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
Brooklynn Erin was born today at 2 p.m. She weighs 6 lbs, 10 oz, and is 19 1/2 inches long. She has dark hair and blue eyes (of course!). I hope she gets the long, thick black eyelashes her brothers have, along with her dad's green eyes! Mother and baby are both fine, and Nana is worn out....
by prettydarkhorse 5 years ago
Viva Mexico!Awaiting 2016 Olympics to be held in Rio De Janeiro!
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
I just noticed recently in the recommend a hubber forum, that she just gained over a 100 fans, so I thought I'd open up this post to congratulate her. anyway, congratulations deborah!!
by MrsLWarner 6 years ago
What is the best country in the world to live?With good healthcare, and government, Low crime and a stable economy. With no major natural disasters or poisonous snakes and spiders?
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