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Newfoundland iceberg headed to Ottawa for Canada 150 celebrations

A Canadian flag containing 150 reasons why it’s cool to live in Canada has been planted in one of the giant ice slabs floating through Newfoundland’s Iceberg Alley.
A Canadian flag containing 150 reasons why it’s cool to live in Canada has been planted in one of the giant ice slabs floating through Newfoundland’s Iceberg Alley.

A 20,000-year-old iceberg plucked from the waters off Newfoundland will be in Ottawa Saturday for the celebrations marking Canada’s 150th birthday.

Iceberg Vodka recently brought the iceberg to Ontario where it is touring the province in a specialty Ice Bus before arriving in the nation’s capital for two days starting on Friday.

The reasons why it's cool to be Canadian were gathered leading up to this week’s Iceberg Vodka Ice-Bus Tour in Ontario.

The Iceberg Tour is in Toronto today and Kingston on Thursday. It was in Kitchener-Waterloo on Monday and Hamilton on Tuesday.

People attending the events can chip a piece off the iceberg and sample the pristine taste.

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