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Canadians to tailgate the inauguration

They may be our neighbors to the North, but in Washington, they're our neighbors down the street -- with the Embassy of Canada sitting on some prime inauguration day real estate on Pennsylvania Avenue. So what do they plan to do with it? For the second time in a row, the Embassy of Canada will host an invite-only tailgate party, complete with Canadian food and booze. The fete will feature treats like Tim Horton's coffee, Beaver Tails pastries (which POTUS devoured on a trip to Canada), Crown Royal cocktails and, of course, poutine -- Quebec's popular dish made with french fries, gravy and cheese curd. Since it is an inauguration party after all, guests will be able to watch live coverage of the swearing-in and be able to see the parade live as it passes by the embassy.