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News article about #Canadian #steampunk group Jules Verne Phantastical Society
The 19th century is making a comeback. Cogs, gears and corsets are the staples of steampunk, a sub-genre of science fiction, and Halifax has its own society dedicated to the style. Curtis Lawrence first became interested in steampunk when he saw the Burning Man festival in the United States. “There’s all these fantastical things, so I started looking into it.” Lawrence found out about a local society and went to its annual picnic. “I cobbled tog...
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Canadian singer Julie C Myers LOVES #steampunk  
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Wonderful author +Gail Carriger  has a new character you're going to love! #steampunk  
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Just what we've always needed. Our very own #steampunk #DIY shop!
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Disposable monocles?! #steampunk #cosplay  
Zachary Weiner is raising funds for The Gentleman's Single-Use Monocle on Kickstarter! Introducing, the world's first Disposable Single-Use Unlubricated Monocle, for the On-the-Go Gentleman (or Lady).
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Soo stupid a novelty item thats made of plastic has got 26000$ in kickstarter money wat a waste people give your money to childrens hospital or food banks dont waste on this shit
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Another wonderful #Canadian #maker is Roger Wood of Klockwerks
http://klockwerks.com/ #steampunk  
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Brilliant! AND it's on sale right now. And wait until you see her other pieces. #MaryPoppins #jewellery  
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+Capt. John Swallow  This is cool! And thanks Cap'n, what a compliment! :D
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One whole day, one whole town - nothing but #steampunk  
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One of our greatest Canadian #steampunk treasures is being recognized!
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What do you think? Is the +Big Brother Canada space a #steampunk   or #bicycle theme?
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Check out this great #Canadian #steampunk webseries!
...and this interview with yours truly.
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BC artist Kyle Miller has a new creation! #steampunk #art  
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National organization promoting and bringing steampunks together across Canada.
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Steampunk Canada is a national organization created to bring together all steampunks across Canada. It is a place for steampunks to find their local groups, local events, artisans, and steampunk news.

We are working to promote steampunk in a variety of venues including a number of blogs and websites, social media, local events and conventions, large and small. We have brought steampunk to the attention of publishers and major media companies and we are campaigning to bring this community and genre to the attention of all Canadians through more conventional exhibits.