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"A little north, a little nicer" - Richmond Hill, ON
"Ambitious City" - Hamilton, ON
"Apple Capital of Nova Scotia" - Berwick, NS
"Baseball Capital of Manitoba" - Hamiota, MB
"Bavarian City of the Rockies" - Kimberley, BC
"Birthplace of Confederation" - Charlottetown, PE
"Birthplace of New Scotland" - Pictou, NS
"Buffalo capital of Canada" - Wainwright, AB
"Built on paper; laced with gold" - Marathon, ON
"Canada's Canal City" - Thorold, ON
"Canada's Chocolate Town" - Saint Stephen, NB
"Canada's first Polish settlement" - Wilno, ON
"Canada's hockey factory" - Kelvington, SK
"Capitale de l'Acadie" - Caraquet, NB
"Capitale des Bois-Francs" - Arthabaska, QC
"Catfish capital of North America" - Selkirk, MB
"Cattle Capital of Manitoba" - Sainte Rose du Lac, MB
"City of Northern Lights" - Melfort, SK
"City of Rainbows" - Prince Rupert, BC
"City of the Arts" - Port Moody, BC
"Commercial fishing capital of New Brunswick" - Shippagan, NB
"Corn Capital of Canada" - Agassiz, BC
"Diamond Capital of North America" - Yellowknife, NT
"Dive capital of Canada" - Powell River, BC
"Forest capital of BC" - Revelstoke, BC
"Forestry Capital of Canada" - Swan River, MB
"Garden City" - Saint Catharines, ON
"Garden of Saskatchewan" - Kamsack, SK
"Gateway to the Fundy experience" - Sussex, NB
"Gateway to the North" - Edmonton, AB
"Gateway to the Parkland" - Bowden, AB
"Gateway to the Red Coat Trail" - Redvers, SK
"Handcrafted log home capital of North America" - 100 Mile House, BC
"Harbour City" - Nanaimo, BC
"Heart of the Golden South" - Assiniboia, SK
"Heart of the Valley" - Middleton, NS
"Home of champions" - Trail, BC
"Home of the Silver Fox" - Salisbury, NB
"Home to the Big Horn Sheep" - Chase, BC
"Honey Capital of Canada" - Falher, AB
"Hub of the Highways" - Onoway, AB
"Hub of the North" - Thompson, MB
"Ice Fishing Capital of Canada" - Georgina, ON
"Isle of the Prairies" - Colonsay, SK
"It's our nature!" - Hampton, NB
"Lamplighter Village" - Mildmay, ON
"Lily capital of the world" - Neepawa, MB
"Lobster Capital of Canada" - Barrington, NS
"Lobster capital of the world" - Shediac, NB
"Moose capital of the world" - Hudson Bay, SK
"New Brunswick's First Town" - Woodstock, NB
"New York is big but this is Biggar" - Biggar, SK
"Polar Bear Capital of the World" - Churchill, MB
"Port of the Privateers" - Liverpool, NS
"Potash Capital of the World" - Saskatoon, SK
"Poultry capital of Canada" - Smithville, ON
"Pride of the Prairies" - Balcarres, SK
"Progress through perseverance" - Wawota, SK
"Quarter Horse Racing Capital of Manitoba" - Rossburn, MB
"Scallop capital of the world" - Digby, NS
"Snowmobile Capital of Alberta" - Whitecourt, AB
"Sport Fishing Capital of Manitoba" - Lynn Lake, MB
"Stonetown" - Saint Marys, ON
"Sunflower Capital of Canada" - Altona, MB
"Switzerland of Nova Scotia" - Bear River, NS
"The Automobile City" - Steinbach, MB
"The City Built on Rock" - Flin Flon, MB
"The cradle that rocked the oil industry" - Petrolia, ON
"The Energetic City" - Fort Saint John, BC
"The Energy City" - Estevan, SK
"The Front Porch of Cape Breton" - Port Hawkesbury, NS
"The Fundy City,""Loyalist City" - Saint John, NB
"The Gas City" - Medicine Hat, AB
"The Heart of Muskoka" - Bracebridge, ON
"The Heart of Sunset Country" - La Vallee, ON
"The Heritage Town" - Arcola, SK
"The Highland Heart" - Antigonish, NS
"Tournament Capital of Canada" - Kamloops, BC
"Uranium capital of the world" - Ellerslie-Bideford, ON
"Wheat City" - Brandon, MB
"Where the river begins" - Petitcodiac, NB
"White Bean Capital of Canada" - Hensall, ON
"Wild Blueberry Capital of Canada" - Oxford, NS

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