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November 11, 2016 | Huffington Post | Op-ed | Jeff Wells

Gray Jay. Credit: Jeff Nadler

Ask any American what their national bird is and they'll be sure to tell you it's the Bald Eagle. Ask a Canadian the same question and they're likely to shift the conversation to the weather or last night's hockey game. Why? Because Canada doesn't have a national bird.

That's about to change. And unlike in the United States, everyday Canadians are playing a role in the selection.

Canadians cast their votes in a ...

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