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Explore canadaat150's Instagram 150 in the NWT! Gateway to the north. www.canadaat150.ca
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150 in the NWT! Gateway to the north. www.canadaat150.ca #yellowknife #canada #canada150 #travelcanada

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Explore keswickcanada's Instagram More photos from Yoho National Park? More photos from Yoho National Park! This is the Kicking Horse River! It was named by James Hector of the 1858 Palliser expedition when his horse kicked him nearby! 
#canadatravel #canada150 #yoho #yohonationalpark #parkscanada #imagesofcanada #discovercanada #explorecanada 1430613686363372585_4354547664

More photos from Yoho National Park? More photos from Yoho National Park! This is the Kicking Horse River! It was named by James Hector of the 1858 Palliser expedition when his horse kicked him nearby! #canadatravel #canada150 #yoho #yohonationalpark #parkscanada #imagesofcanada #discovercanada #explorecanada

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Explore wonderbyrd's Instagram Got my parks Canada passes today!! #canada150 1430611892863704637_35049680

Got my parks Canada passes today!! #canada150

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Explore kjb17's Instagram Tried hot yoga for the first time! #breathehotyogaairdrie #yoga #canada150 #8outof150 1430611667251099816_34945875

Tried hot yoga for the first time! #breathehotyogaairdrie #yoga #canada150 #8outof150

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Explore pavilionofscots's Instagram Always great shots at the Heavy Games competition!  Thanks for the photo @folklorama! 
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Always great shots at the Heavy Games competition! Thanks for the photo @folklorama! #repost@folklorama with @repostapp ・・・ 💪 #heavygames #folklorama #onlyinthepeg #exploremb #explorecanada #canada150

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Explore andyfillmorehfx's Instagram Rad #canada150 swag #screenprinting frame at @prescottgroup. Thanks for the tour and lunch! #Halifax #artmatters 1430605232064406615_2134579918

Rad #canada150 swag #screenprintingframe at @prescottgroup. Thanks for the tour and lunch! #halifax #artmatters

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Explore thebreakingicefilm's Instagram Breaking Ice in the Beaufort Sea. #breakingicedoc 1430494248516405675_3413614705

Breaking Ice in the Beaufort Sea. #breakingicedoc

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Explore northof49photography's Instagram Every once and a while you have to put on your poker face and bluff it until the work day is done. #canada150 #moose #yukon #tourismyukon #wildlife_perfection #wildlifephotography #canada #wild #chrispepperphotography 1430603451221840324_1693717419

Every once and a while you have to put on your poker face and bluff it until the work day is done. #canada150 #moose #yukon #tourismyukon #wildlife_perfection #wildlifephotography #canada #wild #chrispepperphotography

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Explore 204apparelco's Instagram Guess what? Free tshirt giveaway.
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Follow us. Like this photo. Tag a friend who looks like a character above. 1 entry picked at random will win 1 'Welcome to Winnipeg' tshirt*
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No one responded to our last contest for 2 months so odds are in your favor! Winner will be picked on Friday! *must be located in Canada. 1430602709854003571_3896210019

Guess what? Free tshirt giveaway. ... Follow us. Like this photo. Tag a friend who looks like a character above. 1 entry picked at random will win 1 'Welcome to Winnipeg' tshirt* ... No one responded to our last contest for 2 months so odds are in your favor! Winner will be picked on Friday! *must be located in Canada.

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Explore shannonmstyling's Instagram Rocking the glasses with @dylanblackradio at @esaxnetworking

Decided to see if these stylish glasses suited me too...lol..Thanks Dylan , I know they have a special meaning for you 🤗

#esax #networkingevent #ottawa #meetingfriends #stylingitup #fashionableglasses #supportinglocalbusiness #geekygirl #ottawalife #radiohost #mc #community #yowcitystyle #ottawa #landsdowne #ottawa2017#ottawalife #radiostation #corus #emcee #facesottawa #nominee #canada150 1427868793493016128_357618606

Rocking the glasses with @dylanblackradio at @esaxnetworking Decided to see if these stylish glasses suited me too...lol..Thanks Dylan , I know they have a special meaning for you 🤗 #esax #networkingevent #ottawa #meetingfriends #stylingitup #fashionableglasses #supportinglocalbusiness #geekygirl #ottawalife #radiohost #mc #community #yowcitystyle #ottawa #landsdowne #ottawa2017#ottawalife #radiostation #corus #emcee #facesottawa #nominee #canada150

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Explore buildfilms's Instagram The Amundsen Icebreaker making its way through sea ice in the Beaufort Sea. Click the link in the bio to watch the @thebreakingicefilm trailer. 1430597546211831663_355540706

The Amundsen Icebreaker making its way through sea ice in the Beaufort Sea. Click the link in the bio to watch the @thebreakingicefilm trailer.

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Explore towardsatheory's Instagram The University of Toronto’s Truth and Reconciliation Steering Committee has released its final report, entitled Wecheehetowin (which means “working together” in Cree), calling on the University to take action: "The University's collective commitment to education is rooted in part in an assumption that learning liberates and empowers.  The University may view itself as a benign actors in the social drama.  If we learned anythings form the proceedings of the TRC, however, it is that for many Indigenous people, 'education' was by no means benign: it was a form of repression and abuse.  It was intended to destroy cultures and it broke up communities.

The University did not run residential schools.  It was not part of the government or of the religious communities that conceived of and implemented the policy that resulted in what the Chief Justice of Canada has described as "cultural genocide." Yet it must be acknowledged that the University educated generations of political leaders, policy makers, teachers, servants, and many others who were part of the system that created and ran the residential schools.  Our researchers failed to investigate and challenge the system even when society began to know how profoundly damaging the schools were to Indigenous people.

The Committee states this history of oppression in which the University of Toronto is complicit, like all other major Canadian institutions, to start the path towards reconciliation from a place of honesty. 
Rather than putting blame on Indigenous people for being 'underprepared' for university, the Committee has engaged its work from the perspective that our university needs to do more to be deserving of Indigenous students, and to be in right relationship with Indigenous people.  This report is therefore directed at the University of Toronto as the site of needed intervention, rather than at Indigenous people.

If you are an Indigenous person reading this report, the Committee hopes that you see this work as a turning point for the University.  If you are a residential school survivor, w hope that you will think of the University of Toronto as a place for you to study in a positive and healthy way..." 1430518281651041581_1815473708

The University of Toronto’s Truth and Reconciliation Steering Committee has released its final report, entitled Wecheehetowin (which means “working together” in Cree), calling on the University to take action: "The University's collective commitment to education is rooted in part in an assumption that learning liberates and empowers. The University may view itself as a benign actors in the social drama. If we learned anythings form the proceedings of the TRC, however, it is that for many Indigenous people, 'education' was by no means benign: it was a form of repression and abuse. It was intended to destroy cultures and it broke up communities. The University did not run residential schools. It was not part of the government or of the religious communities that conceived of and implemented the policy that resulted in what the Chief Justice of Canada has described as "cultural genocide." Yet it must be acknowledged that the University educated generations of political leaders, policy makers, teachers, servants, and many others who were part of the system that created and ran the residential schools. Our researchers failed to investigate and challenge the system even when society began to know how profoundly damaging the schools were to Indigenous people. The Committee states this history of oppression in which the University of Toronto is complicit, like all other major Canadian institutions, to start the path towards reconciliation from a place of honesty. Rather than putting blame on Indigenous people for being 'underprepared' for university, the Committee has engaged its work from the perspective that our university needs to do more to be deserving of Indigenous students, and to be in right relationship with Indigenous people. This report is therefore directed at the University of Toronto as the site of needed intervention, rather than at Indigenous people. If you are an Indigenous person reading this report, the Committee hopes that you see this work as a turning point for the University. If you are a residential school survivor, w hope that you will think of the University of Toronto as a place for you to study in a positive and healthy way..."

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Explore dgvancity's Instagram Want to join our hiking club for 2017? Our group of fun-loving young adults is looking for new members for this year. $30 membership fee goes directly to @drizzlesociety youth environmental initiatives! Interested or have questions Send me a message! See you on the trails 1430598724284278305_196087739

Want to join our hiking club for 2017? Our group of fun-loving young adults is looking for new members for this year. $30 membership fee goes directly to @drizzlesociety youth environmental initiatives! Interested or have questions Send me a message! See you on the trails

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Explore bokobakery's Instagram So who's going to the 150th birthday party? #canada150 #cookiesnocookies #elginstreet #cookies #bokobakery 1430598548734711893_463554647

So who's going to the 150th birthday party? #canada150 #cookiesnocookies #elginstreet #cookies #bokobakery

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Explore elizabethjanet's Instagram can not wait to put this to use this year!! #canada150 #parkscanada #hiking #natureiscalling @parkscanada 1430598229951509758_16777073

can not wait to put this to use this year!! #canada150 #parkscanada #hiking #natureiscalling@parkscanada

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Explore misschile007's Instagram Marble Canyon. 
#bc #canada150 #canada 1430596316862645688_248042613

Marble Canyon. #bc #canada150 #canada

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Explore living_mississauga's Instagram Posted originally by @mcsevents It may only be the middle of January, but we've got summer on our mind. We are hard at work putting together an exciting 2017 event line-up for all our friends to enjoy. Stay tuned for updates ☀️📆#Canada150 #MCSevents 1430596126877451722_4240867379

Posted originally by @mcsevents It may only be the middle of January, but we've got summer on our mind. We are hard at work putting together an exciting 2017 event line-up for all our friends to enjoy. Stay tuned for updates ☀️📆 #Canada150 #mcsevents

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