Public Art Unveiling

Dates & Times:
July 1, 1PM

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The twinning of Saint-Laurent, Québec, and Lethbridge, Alberta dates back to 1967 when Canada’s twin city program was created as part of the 100th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation. Saint-Laurent and Lethbridge are the only cities in Canada still actively pursuing their twinning. A public art exchange was initiated in 2016 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the twinning of Saint-Laurent and Lethbridge. On July 1, 2019 at 1pm, “Migratory Gift” by Marc Dulude – the piece of public art gifted to Lethbridge by Saint-Laurent – will be officially unveiled. In attendance will be representatives from both the City of Lethbridge and the Borough of Saint-Laurent. 

The unveiling will be at the west side of the parking lot outside of Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden.

Pictured is Saint-Laurent Mayor, Alan DeSousa celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Saint-Laurent and Lethbridge exchange program.


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