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Category: built heritage / family heritage Sara Camado, John Grant High School, 2012.
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Category: cultural heritage I chose to take a picture of the lamb that my family and I prepare, cook and eat every year at Easter. We do this at the Greek Orthodox Easter. Greek families do this annually and it is a big and major family event. Easter is a weekend-long event. Gentile Strati, Laurier Senior High School, 2012.
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Category: natural or built heritage For this photo, I decided to use an open space of grass that has evolved into a soccer field. I chose this photo because it is both natural and built. It is natural because the grass and the open field have always been there, but over the years, it has evolved into built soccer fields. This is heritage because it soccer has been around for centuries and many base and devote their lives to the love of soccer. I chose this picture because it shows that this land has given us the privilege to play such a fantastic, historical, and passionate game.
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Category: family heritage For the family heritage photo, I chose to use a picture of my immediate family on my birthday. My mom, my dad, my sister and me are in this picture. They are the people who help me the most and who make me happy and laugh. As you can see in the picture, we are all laughing. They are supportive. I chose this picture because it is the simplest photo to use yet it covers all the aspects of a family heritage photo. Gentile Strati, Laurier Senior High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage This picture of a monarch butterfly was taken in Toronto in my aunt's back yard garden. Vanessa Camacho Rodrigues, Laurier Senior High School, 2012.
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Category: natural heritage This photo was taken in my back yard last summer. This is one of the phases of a pear tree starting to grow, with the flowers that are starting to bloom. Vanessa Camacho Rodrigues, Laurier Senior High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage The church of Our Lady of Pompei is part of Montreal's heritage because it was built in the 1960s and has been a place where the community of St. Michel has come together to share their faith. Alexander Ferla Coirazza, Paul VI High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage Anthony Giammatteo, Paul VI High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage The church shows Montréal east-end heritage because of the design of the church. Leyla Rhau, Paul VI High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage / artistic heritage This photo is heritage because it is an old statue that I've only seen at this church. The church was built in the 1960s so I'm guessing that they put this statue there at the same time. I think and feel that she's feeling sad. Waiting for something, thinking of something bad that she did or praying to God! This is Our Lady of Pompei Church. Rosaria Panza, Paul VI High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage This photo is of a front of Our Lady of Pompei Church in Montreal. It is part of Montreal's heritage because it was built in the 1960s and has been part of the community for a long time. The reflections on the doors give it a sense as though people have passed away. I can feel the pain that went through this church. When looking into the reflection of the glass, it feels as there is another world different from our world. David Wilkinson, Paul VI High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage This is a picture of the Médéric Martin Bridge, a viaduct-type bridge in Quebec that spans Rivière des Prairies between Montreal and Laval. It carries 8 lanes of Quebec Autoroute 15, including 1 reserved bus and carpooling lanes. It was named after Médéric Martin, who was a Member of Parliament for St. Mary, then Mayor of Montreal. He was a resident of what is now Laval during his tenure as Mayor. Alessandro Razeto, Laurier Senior High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage / family heritage House to remember our family. Schevin Lutchman, John Grant High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage / family heritage Cemetery means a place to go to see people that were important to me. My family. Ajeevan RatNam, John Grant High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage / family heritage Ariful Hoque, John Grant High School, 2012.
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Category: buill heritage / family heritage Cross, a person dead. Can come to see the person dead to think about him. Aysha, John Grant High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage / family heritage Sara Camado, John Grant High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage / family heritage Jacquelyn Louise, John Grant High School, 2012.
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Category: cultural heritage Canadian heritage is something we cherish and build off every time we spend time with loved ones doing something we love. Heritage is tradition with family and the ones that are close to you. Heritage helps us persevere and motivates us to do our best.