EXPRESSING INTELLECTUAL
AND CULTURAL LIFE

Expressing Intellectual and Cultural Life
The Letter T his theme addresses Canada's intellectual and cultural wealth and includes commemorations of Canadians' intellectual pursuits, artistic expression and athletic achievement.

Learning and the Arts

Earnest Thompson Seton - Conservationist and Wildlife Artist This sub-theme recognizes Canadian accomplishments in a broad range of cultural endeavours, including the visual and performing arts, musical composition, the writing of fiction and non-fiction, as well as the pursuit of knowledge. Examples include famed author of the novels on the Whiteoaks family at Jalna, Mazo de la Roche; Emily Carr House in Victoria, British Columbia, birthplace of writer and painter Emily Carr; and the University of Ottawa-Université d'Ottawa, Canada's oldest bilingual educational institution.
Emily Carr House, British Columbia - Birthplace of Emily Carr Emily Carr House, British Columbia
Birthplace of Emily Carr
Peterborough Petroglyphs, Ontario - Algonkian Petroglyph Site
Peterborough Petroglyphs, Ontario
Algonkian Petroglyph Site
University of Ottawa / Université d'Ottawa, Ontario - Oldest Bilingual Educational Institution in Canada
University of Ottawa /
Université d'Ottawa, Ontario

Oldest Bilingual Educational Institution in Canada

National Historic Sites Of Canada System Plan

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