i guess poutine is the food most often cited as canadian fare, at least in my experience. i've been to canada many, many times, and i've never tried it, so i can't say whether it is any good or not. what i do know to be good is receiving cards in the mail, as i did a short while back from brian at 'highly subjective and completely arbitrary'.
one of the cards that was on display in one of the team bags was this pedro guerrero oddball
it turns out that it is from a 1987 general mills fold-out food issue, which was obviously distributed in canada, because it's got the requisite french translations on it. at first i didn't know it was a fold-out, and i thought that it just had the astros' kevin bass on the back. but no, it's a fold-out
that seems like a lot of astros, but keep in mind they won the division in 1986. i like to think that if this had been issued a year earlier, steve garvey might have been included.
most of what brian sent was part of the trade break that he recently conducted, but there were a few other random dodgers included in the package, like this 1990 score john wetteland card
i haven't shown cards of the 1996 world series mvp very often on this blog, but that's because he was traded to the reds in the eric davis deal after the 1991 season so there aren't a ton of dodger wetteland cards to show.
there are even fewer (i think) of victor diaz, but a 2003 topps heritage card
i wish there were fewer cards of andruw jones as a dodger, but here's a 2008 topps heritage card, anyway.
if that card were the lowlight of the package, then this one was one of the highlights - a 2012 panini cooperstown tommy lasorda blue crystal parallel
thanks for the cards brian - i'll show more of the trade break stuff another time.