Tell Us What it Means to Be Canadian

We are setting up photo booths in three locations and want to meet you on April 26, 27 and 28.




 

In recognition of the 150th anniversary of confederation, we are asking you to tell us what it means to you to be Canadian.

We are setting up a photo booth in three locations across the city. Along with our photographer, our team of editorial staff will be there to meet as many Calgarians as possible. We want to hear about the moment you felt the most Canadian, learn how you describe being Canadian to others and capture the collective spirit of Canadianess in Calgary.

Your story could be included in the July 2017 issue of Avenue Calgary and in our online celebration of Canada. 

We'll be in each location from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

 

Where we will be

 

Wednesday, April 26

Repsol Sport Centre in the Member's Lounge (downstairs)
2225 Macleod Tr. S

 

Thursday, April 27

Bankers Hall in the Plus-15 atrium (near Dirtbelly)
315 8 Ave. S.W.

 

Friday, April 28

Sunridge Mall on the first floor near the escalators by Shopper's Drug Mart
2525 36th St. N.E.

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