This year marks the 150th year since Confederation. As a part of the celebration, Canada150in150 is recognizing 150 years of diverse stories and histories that have helped shape our country and they want you to take part in the festivities.
Albertans are invited to celebrate advances in Canadian technology, arts and community by sharing their own stories, ideas, experiences, or achievements that are uniquely their own, and uniquely Canadian.
Submitted stories will be gathered and showcased on the Canada150in150 website where the public will cast their votes for their favourite.
The Canada150in150 project was created to recognize Albertans who have made impactful contributions to the communities, organizations and companies in Alberta.
AGA’s Executive Director Catherine Crowston is on the Arts and Culture Steering Committee, and the AGA is helping to spread the word.
Be heard and share your story for your chance to win a national recognition at the Canada150in150 Ceremony and Celebration Finale Event on July 1, 2017 and more.
For more information about the Canada150in150 project visit: www.canada150in150.ca