Let's turn our attention now to our neighbor to the north: O Canada! Once again we have a wheel put out by a bakery. This time it's Weston Baked Foods. According to the Important Dates in Canadian History table, George Weston opened a small bakery in Toronto in 1882. In 1911, he opened a biscuit factory. 1978 is the last date listed and the best they could come up with was "Canadians continue their struggle to preserve national unity". Therefore, this most certainly places the date of this wheel as 1978.
This little booklet is 5.25 by 4.25 inches. Inside you can find the coat of arms for each providence. I like what appears to be an Arctic fox on the one for the Northwest Territories. He looks menacing. The Prime Ministers are listed as well. Look at how often the name Mackenzie appears. You can learn the "floral emblem" for each province. Newfoundland's is the strange (and carnivorous!) pitcher plant, which I think is pretty bad-ass. Of course, the wheel has to devote a whole page to an ad for Weston. Check out the artfullly arranged portrait of sliced bread!