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Pablo Rodriguez Jul 31
It feels a bit like being back in the classroom! I had a busy day filled with briefings and meetings with my team at .✏️📓
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Judy Piasta Jul 20
Waiting for our visitors from Nova Scotia!
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Pablo Rodriguez Aug 17
Je rencontre ce matin Marie-Pierre Simoneau et Marc Boivin de pour une visite et pour discuter de développement culturel local et régional.
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Pablo Rodriguez Aug 13
I took part in a very positive meeting with to discuss their most recent project +, which is promoting dialogue and the intercultural bridge-building among young Canadians. 👥💬➕
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Writers Guild of CA Aug 7
Good to hear Heritage Minister on stressing "creators and artists" are the priority when it comes to Canadian culture -- that and sharing their work globally. Listen here:
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Marshall Leslie Aug 3
Tom Thomson’s mysterious death just won’t die - a review by Roy MacGregor ⁦
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Judy Piasta Jul 25
Another great day with our visitors from Nova Scotia. Showing off some amazing Manitoba venues and meeting the minister of agriculture
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Art in the Open Jul 25
Art in the open is funded [in part] by the Government of Canada and it is thanks to the Department of Canadian Heritage and their continued support that the festival can remain free to attend, so everyone can take part in the art! Thank you, !
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Roddy Jul 8
The Alberta - New Brunswick exchange group went whitewater rafting in Jasper
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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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GulfofGeorgiaCannery Jul 6
It took about 400 people from many different backgrounds to keep canneries like ours running. Visit us on July 7th for to learn more about their stories.
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National Trust for Canada Jun 26
Eager to share your historic place's story? Register as a participating site for to join thousands in celebrating Canada’s history on July 7!
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HARRINGTON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Jun 24
Visit us and learn about Canada’s rich and diverse history on Canada on July 7! We’re joining the celebration-will you? Find out more about this great event at !
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National Trust for Canada Apr 18
It's / and we're celebrating heritage for generations – because young people need old places – and old places need kids! What are YOU celebrating?
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National Trust for Canada Apr 11
Federal incentives could change the game for this important piece of Edmonton history.
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National Trust for Canada Mar 22
FIVE DAYS LEFT to be part of saving a place that matters to you by nominating it for inclusion in the 2018 Top 10 Endangered Places List. Pictured: Peace River Valley, Northeast BC (2015 List). Photo cred: Robin (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
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National Trust for Canada Mar 15
Launch Pad Coaching Grants are back! Could your heritage project or org use a little expert advice? Apply to access free coaching on anything from communications to fundraising to business planning for historic places by April 12.
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Natalie Bull Mar 15
Endangered Places in Europe, and in Canada too: Nominate a site to Canada's Top Ten Endangered List until March 27. It's easier than ever: tweet
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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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National Trust for Canada Mar 1
With the 90th Academy Awards a mere few days away, we hope to get you in the movie-watching mood with this list of 10 movies that were filmed at a Canadian historic place. What are some others you can think of?
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