of the work of Canada’s Diversity Advantage’s
The Canadian Youth in Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, and Vancouver had the opportunity to paint a mural for their city on one or all of the three themes that are part of Canadians’ shared heritage: “Community Building”; “Civic Engagement”; and “Healthy-Active Living”. Drawing on their research and community mapping exercises, youth utilized paintings to demonstrate Canadians’ history over time and the process of creating a shared heritage by the peoples of Canada.
Resources for Students and Leaders
Syrian refugees in Canada are a big part of the country’s diversity. Read about the Syrian Resettlement Story: A Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights.
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