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UsedOttawa Canada Day

Canada’s Online Classified Site Celebrates Canada Day by Highlighting Classic Canadian Stuff up for grabs on

OTTAWA – and its network of sites including is proud of its Canadian roots and is highlighting cool Canadian listings leading up to our nation’s birthday. is the biggest Canadian owned online classified site and is one of its flagship city sites.

“We have staff on the ground in Ottawa and in cities across the country working in local communities to help with charity fundraisers and community initiatives,” says Tish Hill General Manager of “Our local presence is one of the things that sets us apart from big U.S. competitors and most importantly – We Are Canadian!”

UsedEverywhere staff checked for listings that are clearly Canadian and discovered there is a healthy exchange of classic Canadian stuff on Here’s a list of some of the fun items for sale, and because they are used, they are often a great value:

Canadian Flags

– Before the Loonie Dollar Bill , Before the Toonie $2 Bill , Mountie Quarters and other Canadian coins

Trivial Pursuit

– A beautiful Cedar Canoe

– Labatt Blue mini Stanley Cups

– Canadian summer is all about a weekend cottage getaway many are available for rent close to Ottawa.

– Some Ottawa Senators stuff

-For Sens fans who miss proud Canadian Mike Fisher an autographed jersey will keep him here.

Mario Lemieux photo and pin from one of the proudest moments in Canadian sports history.

Over 1950 Wayne Gretzky cards including 6 rookie cards

– Group of Seven art prints from A.J. Casson is completely Canadian owned and operated. With over 1.1 million visits per month, has become a leader in a space originally dominated by foreign owned sites Craigslist and Kijiji. UsedOttawa has become the most efficient platform for Ottawa residents to connect with private sellers to buy and sell used goods. 90% of’s inventory is privately listed, meaning for sale by a resident, not a corporation.

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