Share an image and reflection on a Canadian place of inspiration, wonder, culture, belonging or beauty: You could win a $1,000 scholarship and be showcased in Ottawa at Winterlude!
If you submit by Friday November 14th, you’ll also have the possibility of being featured as part of an outdoor exhibit at Winterlude 2015 in Ottawa!
One grand prize winner will be awarded with a $1,000 Explore150 Storytelling Scholarship based on the entry’s creativity and depth of reflection in the description.
As headlined in The Toronto Star… in this year’s Massey Lectures, “(f)ormer GG Adrienne Clarkson explores the meaning of Canadian citizenship. In her new book, Belonging, Adrienne Clarkson contemplates what it means to be a citizen of Canada.”
Having been there last Tuesday night for the Toronto lecture I must say I think it is the best Massey Lecture I’ve ever been to (and I am a regular attendee!).
Read the (condensed) interview in The Toronto Star… and drop by the Library to check out the book.
Frances McDormand’s take on Olive Kitteridge airs this weekend on HBO. By all accounts it is well worth the wathing. Read one reviewers thoughts at The Globe and Mail.