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A Musician Recorded Poutine and Maple Syrup for RBC's 'Make 150 Count'

 - Jul 3, 2017
References: youtube & sploid.gizmodo
Sponsored by the Royal Bank of Canada's 'Make 150 count' campaign, this catchy Canadian song was made using some of the most Canadian things imaginable: hockey sticks, poutine, ketchup chips, bagged milk and loonies and toonies.

Created to celebrate Canada 150 in style this corporate collaboration with musician Andrew Huang was made using $150 worth of products that fall into traditional Canadian stereotypes. The recorded sounds included the musician biting into the exclusively Canadian ketchup chip, knocking two hockey skates together, squishing a milk bag and blowing on an open bottle of maple syrup.

To celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary, RBC gifted thousands of Canadian youth $150 and challenged them to 'Make 150 Count,' a marketing stunt which directly aligned the brand's core values with that of Canadian culture.