On the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, Canadians can and should see the actual document, which is now touring Canada. We need to keep its ideals alive in our hearts and our institutions.
But we also need to show that we care.
The exhibit will be in the National Capital Region at the Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau from June 12 to July 26; in Winnipeg at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights from August 15 to September 18; in Toronto at the Fort York National Historic Site from October 4 to November 7; and in Edmonton at the Legislative Assembly of Alberta Visitor Centre from November 23 to December 29.
Please go, take your children or grandchildren, tell them the story of freedom and, by showing up, tell your fellow Canadians and the powers that be that you care.
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