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How to participate

Since the beginning of the year, Canada 150 activities have been in full swing across Canada. This year is filled with activities designed to focus on youth; celebrate our diversity and encourage inclusion; establish a spirit of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples; and discover Canada’s natural beauty and strengthen our environmental awareness. Participate in the activities happening near you!

Signature projects

Learn more about pan-Canadian Signature projects offering large-scale and high impact activities.

Community projects

Discover the community-driven projects highlighting regional talent and expertise, as well as the various facets of Canada’s diversity.

Spotlight articles

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Down to a science - Examining Innovation150

Innovation 150 Power of Ideas Tour is fusing together scientific exploration and excitement of a traveling festival. The Canada 150 Signature project, is set to bring our country’s past, present and future achievements in science, technology, engineering and mathematics to your doorstep in 2017.

Hit me with your Best Crop

Gourmet dishes from around the world share a surprising secret ingredient—Canada. In celebration of Canada 150, television host/chef Ricardo Larrivée is serving up a little something special to show Canadians our greatest contributions to global cuisine.

150 Alliance

Alliance 150 is an open network of organizations, groups and individuals working to make the most of Canada’s sesquicentennial. Incubated by Community Foundations of Canada, the Alliance is the national hub for Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation. Visit our Website to learn more or join today.

Community Foundations of Canada

Community Foundations of Canada is the national network for Canada’s 191 community foundations. The Community Fund for Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation is a national initiative to support local projects that build community and encourage engagement in the country’s sesquicentennial.

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