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Canada 150

Canada 150 in Strathcona County

It’s time to celebrate!

Join Strathcona County by making the most of your Canada 150!

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Take a look at the calendar to find out more about special days and events happening in and around our community to celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial milestone. Watch for new events as we celebrate throughout the year.

Canada 150

Get involved

Canada 150 Mosaic - March 30

Come to the Gallery@501 on Thursday, March 30 at 6:30 p.m. and help us decide what theme will best represent Strathcona County for our Canada 150 Mosaic. Learn more here.

Volunteer

We are always appreciative of our volunteers. Find out how you can take part.

150 for 150 Volunteer Challenge

150 for / pour 150 Volunteer challenge / Defi des benevolesThe 150 for 150 Volunteer Challenge will celebrate the energies and contributions of volunteers from across Strathcona County. Residents are encouraged to volunteer AND register their hours throughout the year with a goal of making it to 150 hours volunteered in 2017!

The Information and Volunteer Centre (IVC) will be celebrating ALL volunteer contributions for our community.

Register and Submit Volunteer Challenge Hours 

Promote your event

Hosting a Canada 150 event? Let’s promote it

Do you have an Canada 150 event you’d like to promote? Post it on the calendar. It’s easy (be sure to check off the Canada 150 category).

Join the conversation

Use #Canada150 to share your celebrations and ideas on what it means to you to celebrate #Canada150

Agriculture poster contest

Poster contestStrathcona County’s Agricultural Service Board annual poster contest theme this year is: Theme: 150 Years to Love Canadian Agriculture

It’s Canada’s 150th birthday – draw a picture celebrating our agricultural history! The contest is open to all students in Grades 3, 4, and 5 in Strathcona County and Fort Saskatchewan.

Learn how to enter the contest.

Strathcona County's history

Learn about our own history and heritage.

Last updated: Thursday, March 30, 2017
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