20,000-Year-Old Iceberg Tours Ontario

Here at Addicted, we love a good wow factor, and in a year where everyone is celebrating 150 years of our amazing country, it seems some are willing to move mountains. Well, an iceberg to salute Canada, and just how amazing it really is.

To celebrate Canada’s 150th, Canada’s own Iceberg Vodka is transferring one of Newfoundland’s floating giants from the Atlantic Ocean to a speciality Ice-Bus that will travel across Ontario en route to Ottawa.

Now, Canadians can safely get close to one of these frozen giants, touch it and even taste it!  As the iceberg goes on tour.

The tour will stop in cities from Kitchener to Hamilton, Toronto, Kingston and Ottawa to celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial and gather the top 150 reasons why it’s cool to be Canadian.  Canadians will record their answers on a Canadian flag which will be erected on a floating Iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean on Canada Day.

“Nothing like this has ever been done before, but we wanted to celebrate Canada’s 150th with something equally magnanimous and we believe an iceberg fits the bill,” said David Meyers, President of Iceberg Vodka.

Now that sounds like a pretty interesting way to pay homage to our homeland!

The schedule is as follows:

Monday, June 26: Kitchener-Waterloo

Tuesday, June 27: Hamilton

Wednesday, June 28: Toronto

Thursday, June 29: Kingston

Friday, June 30 and Saturday, July 1: Ottawa


For all the details and to follow the adventure visit: Facebook.com/IcebergVodka.



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