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National Trust for Canada Aug 5
(Super) early bird pricing for the National Trust Conference 2018 ends on August 13. Have you taken advantage of our best rate to attend the biggest gathering of heritage volunteers, professionals, and policymakers in Canada? Register here:
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Christiana Cavazzoni 20 Nov 17
Thank you for the warm welcome CIOB staff.. feels good to be back to "normal" and team
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ICC Nov 23
"Diversity and inclusion are central to who we are as Canadians." Minister announces $1.16 Million in Funding for Anti-Discrimination and Inter-Cultural Understanding Projects | via
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Avi Benlolo Jul 31
Congrats!. greatly appreciates support of our educational programs against racism and discrimination. We look to working with you.
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Adam Bishop Sep 4
How come Battle Hill and Fairfield-on-the-Thames are National Historic Sites, but the (much more interesting) Battle of the Thames site isn't? 🤔
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Christiana Cavazzoni Nov 23
Exciting times .. Joshua and Erica I see you
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JamarMurphy🌈GPO Feb 10
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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Ontario Museums Sep 20
OMA welcomes major report from The Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage on the State of Canadian Museums: . 15 "Recommendations [..] focus on modernizing support for museums to ensure sustainability".
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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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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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Carman McNary Jan 1
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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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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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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Parks Canada Nov 18
Did you submit your application for our National ? Deadline is Friday, November 23, 2018. Don’t miss your chance!
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Parks Canada Nov 4
Apply for funding through our and invite all Canadians to experience & learn about our 🇨🇦!
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Parks Canada Oct 29
’s helped restore Canada’s oldest and best surviving example of a north coast cannery. Learn more about the program 💻:
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Parks Canada Oct 23
Conservation work through ’s gave in new life! Learn more about how you can apply for funding 💻:
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FrederictonConvCent Oct 20
Are you attending 2018 conference in this weekend? If so, add this stop to your itinerary and check out our neighbours' . They are giving FREE admission to conference delegates from 1-4pm TODAY!
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FrederictonConvCent Oct 19
So many great sessions happening today!
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CommercialProperties Oct 17
Commercial Properties Limited are proud to sponsor Glen Murray, , the Keynote Speaker Conference.
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