Help us celebrate a great milestone by sending us photos of your Canadian centennial memorabilia!
Canada is turning the big 150, and Global News is celebrating the milestone with exclusive coverage and special interactive features.
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To celebrate 150 years of Canada, we need your help looking back at Canada’s last big birthday — Canada’s centennial in 1967.
The Canadian centennial was a year-long celebration in 1967 marking 100 years since Canada’s Confederation. The year was celebrated with special events, infrastructure projects, and of course, commemorative merchandise.
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From lapel pins to tableware, silver dollars to scarves, there’s likely a piece of vintage Centennial Canadiana tucked away in a closet — or maybe occupying a prominent spot in the living room. And we want to see it!
Scroll down for a sampling of submissions so far. We’ll be accepting submissions until May 15.
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Here are some of the great photos sent to us featuring Centennial memorabilia – from 1967, the country’s last big birthday. Send in your photos soon to [email protected]杭州夜网 or tag them #Can100Swag. You could be featured in our #canada150🇨🇦 coverage! (📷Credits: Jil McIntosh, Sharon Jarymy, Caron Wood, Phyllis Thomas-Court) #Can100Swag #centennial #canada #canada150 #canadaday
A plate from 1967 that my mother bought … #Can100Swag pic.twitter杭州桑拿/Ml2DIruLvl
— Jil McIntosh (@JilMcIntosh) May 5, 2017
— U-boat Captain DS (@Dshep48Shepherd) May 4, 2017
Send us photos of memorabilia, souvenirs and swag that marked Canada’s 100th birthday. You can upload your photos to Facebook, 杭州桑拿会所 or Instagram and use the hashtag #Can100Swag, or email us your photo at [email protected]杭州夜网. Your submission may be used in Global News coverage.