Good Neighbour Sale

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Here’s to being good neighbours!!!

The Canada–United States border is the longest international border in the world. The terrestrial boundary (including small portions of maritime boundaries on the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic coasts, as well as the Great Lakes) is 8,891 kilometres (5,525 mi) long, including 2,475 kilometres (1,538 mi) shared with Alaska.

We both have notable celebrations this week of our country with many festivities and fireworks and picnics – often the launch to ‘real’ summertime.

A good neighbor – a found treasure.
— Chinese Proverb

This week, here in Canada we celebrated Canada Day, our countries 147th birthday. On July 1st in 1867, we became a new federation by signing the Constitution Act.

And the USA, our neighbours to the south, celebrate The Fourth of July, Independence Day.  This commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence by delegates from the 13 colonies in 1776.

We ‘the people’ of both countries revere our freedom and at Libre we are incredibly grateful for the opportunity to practice tea moments whenever and wherever we want – anytime, anywhere.  Join us this week and celebrate with a quiet moment of gratitude for the great place we live and the freedoms we enjoy.

We’d like to recognize and celebrate with a Good Neighbour Sale!

good neighbour sale

Stay cool, refreshed and hydrated with your favourite beverage – yes Libre keeps it cold too!

 Share with us how you celebrate Canada Day or Independence Day for a chance to win a Libre Original!

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29 Responses

  1. Laura
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    By spending time with my family at the cottage!!

  2. KittyPride
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    We are outside flying the Canadian flag and watch the parade and fireworks on TV

  3. loriag
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    We celebrated Canada Day with putting up our Flag pole and flag. We than watched a parade and had a BBQ with our neighbors and friends. About 40 people attended it. We also had a supper BBQ with my work family, where around 20 people enjoyed each others company.

  4. ThatsMint
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    I went to the local park where thousands of people show up to celebrate Canada Day. I was one of the performers on the stage, our troupe belly danced for the crowd. There is many multicultural dances performed through-out the afternoon showing how diverse Canada is. A great time!

  5. nicky
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    picnic, then watched the fireworks!

  6. Jenna D
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    we celebrated with a BBQ and lots of playing in the backyard 🙂 Love Chris Hadfield & his bro’s ‘most Canadian song ever’. Definitely look for it if you haven’t seen it yet

  7. Vilma Pacheco
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    Cookout then watch fireworks at the city plaza.

  8. Maryann D.
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    We usually celebrate with a family BBQ or just staying home and viewing the fireworks close by.

  9. Nicole
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    With family & friends, bbq, home made ice cream, everyone singing and dancing and enough tea to fill a swimming pool! Bliiiisssssss

  10. Jeannie
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    We had a wonderful family BBQ and a fire pit for s’mores at night to watch the fire works

  11. Jackie Vigliucci
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    Cookout and fireworks with family and friends!

  12. Carmela Capano
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    Celebrated with family and enjoyed a cookout and fireworks. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    We celebrated with a wonderful picnic as family and then heading to see some awesome fireworks!! It was a great day!! =)

  14. Robyn L
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    We had Extra Long hot dogs with the trimmings, cupcakes decorated and great fireworks at the end of the day.

  15. anne hill
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    we BBQd and watched fireworks

  16. Dawn
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    I celebrated with a relaxing day off, contemplating how lucky we are to be free and really appreciating the beauty of my hometown and entire country. Capped it off with an awesome view of the fireworks at night.

  17. Shawna Lynn Maxwell
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    We love Canada day 🙂 In our family we each wrote a letter to the Canadian Navy personelle for my brother in law to take to work with him, we then had a picnic down by the water where we live and afterwards celebrated with a beautiful fireworks show.
    We always try to thank those who fought for our freedom and take the time to say what we are grateful for in our Country. We are so truly blessed and even though we always try to be full of gratitude, its a special day to really enjoy who we are, each other and where we live.
    Thank you!

  18. Gary Barclay
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    By surrounding myself with the scenic beauty of Capilano Regional Park – a lake, forests, mountains, and sunshine!

  19. Anna
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    My boyfriend and I cooked a huge communal dinner with my housemates and we all ate and talked into the night. We could see fireworks from a window!

  20. Meghan Finley
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    We had a bbq and watched fireworks

  21. Thuy Nguyen
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    Had a private one person bbq party in my backyard.

  22. darci
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    I enjoyed fireworks at the park with my youngest son!

  23. Holly C.
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    I spent Canada Day by participating in our towns Canada Parade, and also celebrated 4th of July with my American friends with fireworks 🙂

  24. Becca Z
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    I celebrated Independence Day by spending the day at the beach and the night at the harbor for fireworks.

  25. Judy
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    I had to work the evening shift, but home in time to go and enjoy the fireworks and sing our anthem with my daughter and grandson. Go home to eat some tidbits my daughter made and have a glass of wine! Great way to end the day!

  26. Kim DeCoste
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    Canada Day Parade and fireworks

  27. Jolie
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    The beau and I visited beautiful Golden Ears Provincial Park for a very Canadian hike and a picnic.

  28. Phoenix
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    I celebrated Canada Day by looking at pictures from home.

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