Happy Canada Day!
The Hansen Ohana extends are best wishes for a happy and safe Canada Day to our Canadian friends, clients and family. As many of you know two of our ohana were born and raised in Canada – it’s another reason we feel we are well suited to best meet the needs of Canadian clients. Clients often comment on how smooth the process is and how comfortable we are able to make them during the property purchase or sale process. In addition to our vast experience with international buyers and sellers in general and multigenerational local industry knowledge we have team members who understand and have been through the Maui home buying and selling process from Canada first hand.
Please call or email us anytime to discuss questions you might have or to discuss your property search goals and dreams.
1-800-291-5535 or (808)280-2764
Clinthansen33@gmail.com or Dad@MauiRealEstate.NET
A little trivia about Canada Day (formerly known as Dominion Day):
Canadian Confederation, the birth of Canada as a nation, took place on July 1, 1867, and originally included the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario and Quebec. There are now 10 provinces and three territories in Canada.
Province / Territory Date Entered Confederation
Alberta September 1, 1905
British Columbia July 20, 1871
Manitoba July 15, 1870
New Brunswick July 1, 1867
Newfoundland March 31, 1949
Northwest Territories July 15, 1870
Nova Scotia July 1, 1867
Nunavut April 1, 1999
Ontario July 1, 1867
Prince Edward Island July 1, 1873
Quebec July 1, 1867
Saskatchewan September 1, 1905
Yukon June 13, 1898
We’re all familiar with the red and white Candian flag with the maple leaf in the middle, but it wasn’t until 1965 that Canada had a flag of her own.
Happy Canada Day!