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Canada 150: Huge crowds celebrate nation's anniversary
by Jessica Murphy - BBC News, Ottawa
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2 July 2017
On 2 July 2017 BBC News reported:
People converged on Canada's national capital on Saturday, 1 July for a party that has been years in the planning. Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has made inclusiveness a political calling card, gave a speech celebrating that attribute. 'This is as good a reason as any to reflect on our past, to cheer on today, and to recommit ourselves to the future,' he said to the 25,000 partygoers ... on the Parliament's lawn in Ottawa. But he also took a moment to remember Canada's indigenous people. . . Canada, he said, was determined to see a reconciliation over the coming years and decades. Indigenous culture was represented in many ways across the festivities, with a number of indigenous performers participating in Canada Day concerts in the capital region.
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