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"Corn capital of Canada" - Agassiz, BC
"A little north, a little nicer" - Richmond Hill, ON
"Apple capital of Nova Scotia" - Berwick, NS
"Baseball capital of Manitoba" - Hamiota, MB
"Birthplace of confederation" - Charlottetown, PE
"Canada's chocolate town" - Saint Stephen, NB
"Canada’s canal city" - Thorold, ON
"Catfish capital of North America" - Selkirk, MB
"City of northern lights" - Melfort, SK
"Commercial fishing capital of New Brunswick" - Shippagan, NB
"Garden city" - Saint Catharines, ON
"Gateway to the Fundy experience" - Sussex, NB
"Handcrafted log home capital of North America" - 100 Mile House, BC
"Heart of the valley" - Middleton, NS
"Home of the Silver Fox" - Salisbury, NB
"Home to the big horn sheep" - Chase, BC
"Hub of the North" - Thompson, MB
"It's our nature!" - Hampton, NB
"Keystone province" - Manitoba,
"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
"Polar bear capital of the world" - Churchill, MB
"Potash capital of the world" - Saskatoon, SK
"Scallop capital of the world" - Digby, NS
"Snowmobile capital of Alberta" - Whitecourt, AB


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