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CSN-RÉC Jan 30
knitting-news! The ICH Blog: Saving traditional Newfoundland knitting patterns - Christine LeGrow is the focus of this month's Living Heritage Economy Case Study Thank you !
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Michael M Mar 7
Replying to @ONheritage
Keswick Cottage (1651 King St E)
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Carman McNary 1 Jan 18
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Megan Hubert Aug 23
This will be the third Canadian railway hotel in 's Autograph Collection, which also includes the in St. Andrews, NB
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Megan Hubert 11 Feb 18
The site of the WWII Quebec Conference, an Alfred Hitchcock film and Celine Dion’s big break into the English market
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Whyte Museum Jul 7
Replying to @whytemuseum
🎨: Peter Whyte (1905- 1966, Canadian), Mount Assiniboine and Larch, n.d., oil on canvas, WyP.02.008
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Megan Hubert 29 Nov 17
A journalist once called it a "compound of a decayed grist-mill with bits of the bastile and the tower of London added"
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Pablo Rodriguez Aug 31
I had an wonderful time at the today. I had the chance to learn more about the VSO School of Music and the many musical and teaching activities it offers to students of all ages.
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Pablo Rodriguez Aug 24
The Liberal movement is about equality, fairness, inclusion & diversity. I had the chance to discuss our plan and the values that we share with Liberal supporters yesterday at the museum. 🇨🇦
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Jan Ravensbergen Apr 25
| reminder that + , combined, pull in 76% of online revenue (at last report) | figure appears to be growing!!! ||
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Judy Piasta Jul 20
Waiting for our visitors from Nova Scotia!
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Pablo Rodriguez Aug 20
is providing $30 million in funding for various community-led multicultural projects across Canada. I was pleased to discuss it during a meet & greet with the people in Surrey and my colleagues , &
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Gulf of Georgia Cannery Society Jul 7
Did you know our site contains about 70% of the original building? Today on come to the Cannery and discover how 124 years of history have stayed standing.
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Christiana Cavazzoni 23 Nov 17
Exciting times .. Joshua and Erica I see you
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JamarMurphy🌈Gay 10 Feb 18
why aren't we promoting more black Canadian history? Did you know my great great grandmother had the first black triplets in Canada?
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Cactus Festival Aug 20
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AHNB_APNB Mar 14
Indeed! It looks great! People in Fredericton definitely appreciate it still being around!
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Carman McNary 1 Jan 18
Thought you should see this, and the responses to it since apparently there is relevant legislation under consideration at this time. This should be non-partisan, if that is possible these days.
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sarahmac Feb 14
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NSIIP Jan 4
Happy new year! Join the conversation and contribute to a national anti-racism strategy. Visit and complete the survey today
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