Top 10 national flags in the world

All the flags are great. Some flags might look great to one person and it might not be as great to another person. So, the top 10 list might be different for different people. The following list was prepared by rankers.com from the votes from its readers. The Top-10 flags in the world.

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Goodbye Canadian paper money

The Bank of Canada has decided to stop producing paper money and start issuing high-tech plastic money. The money will feature transparent maple leaf window to help reduce currency counterfeiting. The first polymer bank notes $100 bills will arrive in November. The $50 notes are scheduled to be released in March. Remaining notes like $20,…

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Prince William and Kate to arrive in Canada on June 30

After the spectacular marriage ceremony in London on April 29, Prince William and his new bride, Kate Middleton are in their first international tour together as husband and wife. On the way they will spend nine days in Canada to visit seven cities across five provinces in Canada. While some are concerned on the government…

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Canadian $50,000 Royal wedding gift goes to the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary.

The initial response to Canada’s wedding gift of $50,000 to Prince William and Kate Middleton was not that pleasant. Many believed – with all the current financial mess, wasting money on gift to the Royal wedding is the least expected expenditure of the government. Some also argued that the Royals should have acted decent enough…

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Top three tallest structures in Canada

CN Tower The 553.3 metres (1,815 ft) tall CN Tower used to be the tallest free-standing structure in the world for 34 years since it was completed in 1976. In the recent time, a lot of tall structures are being built. At least seven structures currently under construction, all of which are scheduled to be…

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Cell phone still a luxury to Canadians?

Canada made Blackberry may be the world’s most-popular or next-to-the-most-popular high-end smart phone but that doesn’t mean Canadians love cell phones to the ancient land-lines. In a latest report, Canada has the lowest mobile penetration followed by Mexico. Among 30 member countries surveyed by a Paris-based organization, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), consumers…

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