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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.
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Category: built heritage This photo is the fence surrounding Our Lady of Pompei church in Montreal. The church is heritage because it was built in the 60s, so the fence is very old and rusted. What makes the fence unique is the way it looks and you will never see a fence like it anywhere. Jessy Gardner, Paul VI High School, 2012.
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Category: family heritage I was in the Philippines when I was 4 years old with my cousins and mother's sister. The Philippines is my mother's country. I love my family. Jillian Brown, John Grant High School, 2012.
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Category: built heritage / family heritage Maddison Rea, 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.
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Carte postale des années 1960. (Collection privée) / Postcard, c.1960s. (Private collection)
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Carte postale ancienne, Montréal, Québec, 1913. / Early postcard, postmarked Montreal, Quebec, 1914. (Collection privée / Private collection)
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Ancienne carte postale, v. 1920. / Old postcard, c.1920.
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Carte postale ancienne, match de hockey, Montréal, vers 1940. / Early postcard of a Montreal hockey game in progress, c.1940.
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There was a time, not too long ago, when you could clearly identify a car by the shape of its headlights. Many warm evenings were spent on our front porch playing the “Car Call-out game”, to see who could first call-out the make, model, and year of passing cars. “There goes a ’67 Corsair…a ’69 Skylark…a ’74 Monte Carlo”. In those days you could almost instantly shout out a car’s make and model. As in the past, our cars were designed with much more flair and pride in workmanship, giving each car a distinct character.
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As we walk through our neighbourhoods, our abandoned school buildings continue to speak to us directly, awaiting their final days in dark, secluded silence. Old friends like Allion Elementary School and Crawford Park Elementary, continue to remind us of the importance these buildings once played in defining who we are today. Their halls are now empty of the laughter, friendships and school spirit that only children could bring.
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Midnight in the European countryside, carrying all of their provisions, including their rifles and ammo, they waded through an ice-cold river, as they heard the sudden order to stop and stand still.