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Internment Canada
Internment Canada aims to inform, educate, commemorate and recognize the experiences of ethno-cultural communities affected by the First World War.
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Pamela Clark Jun 19
Hope you had a chance to visit museum on site as well ; a time to reflect
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RIFFA Jun 11
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Thom Sokoloski Jun 10
As part of ArtSpin.ca June 15 I have a performance installation entitled INCANTATION. See the Call to Participate!
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Armistice Films Inc. Jun 11
Successful first preview of thanks to - ... congratulations
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Armistice Films Inc. Jun 11
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Armistice Films Inc. Jun 11
Successful first preview of thanks to - ... congratulations
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Internment Canada Jun 9
The WW1 Internment Exhibit will be unveiled at private event Monday, June 12 in new Canadian History Hall at Canadian Museum of History
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Danika Stone May 26
My friend . won the Canadian Authors' Exporting AB Award for KALYNA!!!
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Melanie Kerr May 26
Here is what the judges had to say about it.
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Internment Canada May 30
For invite to private screening of Armistice Films doc, That Never Happened Cineplex Gatineau June 11 email malysh@internmentcanada.ca
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Internment Canada May 19
The Surprising Story of Canada’s Enemy Aliens via
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MykhailoNORTH May 10
Replying to @James_Motluk @cbcdocs
's Award Winning Doc on 🇨🇦🇺🇦WWI hero Filip Konowal VC Premieres tonight on 10pm
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Internment Canada May 8
Officials pushed Joly to approve funding for Canada 150 TV series on CBC /via
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Internment Canada May 3
B.C. was home to notorious First World War internment camp for Europeans
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Internment Canada May 3
B.C. was home to notorious First World War internment camp for Europeans
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Internment Canada May 2
‘No Free Man’ Wins 2017 Saskatchewan Book Award for Scholarly Writing -
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Internment Canada Apr 25
Stayed tuned for the unveiling in June!
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Armistice Films Inc. Apr 20
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Internment Canada Apr 20
Over 100 years ago sixteen people died at the Spirit Lake Internment camp including six children. Fourteen are burie…
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Internment Canada Apr 20
The Camps - Season 2 - Episode 16 of 16 - Spirit Lake via Season Finale
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