Canada: “Bridges that Unite” a traveling, interactive exhibition…

Bridges that Unite is a traveling, interactive exhibition that invites you to explore how Canada and Canadians have been innovative in the search for solutions to some of the worlds’ most critical issues. Through powerful images, stories and film, the exhibition will challenge you to reframe your perceptions of the developing world. A wide array of programs, from film screenings and cultural performances to educational programs and community dialogues, invite you to join in a vital conversation about what Canada can achieve in the 21st century. Learn More…

The Honourable Beverly Oda, Minister of International Cooperation, Khalil z. Shariff, CEO of Aga Khan Foundation Canada, and Mme. Denise Amyot, President and CEO of the Canada Science and Technology Museum, at the official inauguration of BRIDGESTHATUNITE

On Tuesday, January 26, Bridges that Unite was officially inaugurated at the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa, in the presence of community leaders, elected officials, and diplomats, including a delegation of Members of Parliament from Afghanistan.

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Bridges that Unite comes to Ottawa

Bridges that Unite, an interactive exhibition showcasing Canada’s ability to bridge the developed and the developing worlds, is set to open in Ottawa next week as part of a cross-Canada tour.

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Upcoming Tour Dates

Beginning in January 2010, Bridges that Unite will be on display at the Canada Museum of Science and Technology before traveling to Montréal in the spring.

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