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Give Peace a Chance

Three American Vietnam War resisters share their unique immigration stories with us: Dick describes the difficult decision to desert; Margot shares her uncommon experience as one of few women in the army; and Roger reflects on what life in Canada has held for him.

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Discover Culture: French Beaded Flowers

Join us on Saturday, August 2 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. for the free Discover Culture: French Beaded Flowers workshop. Let your creative side blossom! You’ll learn how to make beautiful beaded flowers!

Admission is free but space is limited!

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May 1 to October 31:
OPEN: Seven days a week; 9:30am to 5:30pm

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“Where are you from?”

Matt tells us about tracing his own family history with the help of our Scotiabank Family History Centre team. Find out what he learns about his personal immigration story!

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Our friends at Canadian War Brides & Families are hosting a War Bride Reunion in London, Ontario from August 8 to 10, 2014. The weekend will include a talk from Bev Tosh at the London Public Library which is hosting a display of War Bride artifacts throughout the month of August. There will also be a banquet, dance and sing-along.

For registration information, email canadianwarbride@netidea.com or contact War Bride Grace at (519) 285-2617.

Lights, Camera, Action!
Immigration Story Shorts

Explore our gallery of Digital Stories to watch short personal videos created by newcomers from across Canada. These creative works share immigration stories in a unique way.

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