#Canada150 Day 65


If you’re 17 or younger, we want to hear what you’ve got to say, and we want to share it with the country! There’s more than one way to share your ideas about the future. To get started, you can visit the “Share Your Dream” section of this site. Whichever way you want to share is fine: make a videotake a picturemake some artwork, or just tell us in your own words. All dreams submitted, as long as they are not offensive, will be posted to the Dream Gallery, so you can check out what you have posted and see the ideas of other young Canadians.

Another way to talk to us (if you’re 11-15 years old) is to apply for one of our workshops happening in every Canadian province and territory. All the details are in the “Workshops” section. What you should know, though, is that each workshop features a different guest from the region… maybe a singer, a dancer, a slam poet or a comedian. What you come up with in the workshop might make it into a performance that will travel across the country. We’ll post the schedule for the show here on the website when it’s time, so you can plan to see it when it’s in your area.

If you’re a part of a workshop, you’ll also be creating your own dream catcher that will be used in the making of one massive dream catcher that will be displayed at Confederation Centre of the Arts, a leading Canadian cultural centre in Charlottetown, P.E.I. that inspires creativity, dialogue, and collaboration. What a way to help celebrate!


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