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On the road!

Affiliate Products

They have their own department and can be easily distinguished.

Other Products
New clean burning, better for you and the environment candles will be making their debut soon! 5 different types!
Soup it isn't just for the cooler months. We will have a way for you to experience different parts of the world, without leaving Canada, through your tastebuds with a line of easy to make soup mixes.  8 different flavours!
To make your shopping even easier we will be welcoming some suppliers of gift cards made by some creative Canadians.
Scratch & dent Basecamp Cards are still available for a really good price!  Remember that all proceeds of these are going to the Canadian Red Cross and their efforts to help Ukraine!


 New Service

Let us know if you are looking for something in particular (Made in Canada, of course, silly!) that Eh-2-Zed doesn't currently offer and we will help you find out if the item/product is Made anywhere in Canada and where to buy it. Just send us a quick email at supeh2zed@gmail.com

Come back soon, 
so you can see what else is new!



trans Canada hwy trees and mountains

Fun Facts

     The Trans-Canada Highway is the longest highway in the world stretching from St. John's NFLD to Victoria BC which is 7,714km.  In total, because of alternative highways like scenic routes or the TCH through PEI, there is close to 13,000 km of road to the Trans-Canada Highway.

     There are qualifying factors that must be attained in order to bee part of the TCH-

  • The paved part must be at least 6.7m wide.
  • It has to have unpaved shoulders of at least 3.3m on each side.
  • Hills can not exceed 6 degrees of slope.
  • Drivers must always be able to see at least 183m down the road ahead.

     In 1942 it became possible to drive completely across the country.  R.A. Macfarlane & Kenneth MacGillivray were the first to do this in 1946.

     It wasn't until 1972 that the TCH was actually finished to the specified qualifications.

Source: Canadian Encyclopedia

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