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Dive into the golden history of Canada’s Discovery Day with Clementine Holiday!

In this episode, journey back to 1896 when Keish and George Carmack struck gold, sparking the Kluane Gold Rush. Discover the billion-dollar treasure, the birth of the Discovery Day holiday, and the week-long festivities that light up Yukon.

From parades to delicious butter tarts, there’s so much to explore. Plus, did you know Yukon has a desert? Or that their national bird, the Raven, can mimic 100 sounds? Join us for fun facts, Corey’s trumpet tunes, and a glimpse into Party Central’s special treats.

Perfect for kids and families, this episode is a celebration of culture, history, and the joy of everyday holidays. Whether you’re from Canada or just curious, tune in and celebrate with us!

#DiscoveryDay #CanadaHistory #EveryDayIsAHoliday

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