Sports and Leisure

Leisure activities and achievements in sport are commemorated here. Examples include sports icons such as the Montréal Forum, the Edmonton Grads, Canada's championship women's basketball team (1915-1940) and Edward 'Ned' Hanlan, a world rowing champion; and leisure facilities such as the Outremont Theatre in Montréal, a 1920s deluxe cinema in the art-deco style. Edward Hanlan - World Rowing Champion (1880-1884)
Edward Hanlan
World Rowing Champion
(1880-1884)
Montréal Forum, Quebec - Associated with Montréal Canadiens
Montréal Forum, Quebec
Associated with Montréal Canadiens
Outremont Theatre, Quebec - 1920s Art Deco Cinema
Outremont Theatre, Quebec
1920s Art Deco Cinema

Philosophy and Spirituality

This sub-theme commemorates the expressions of philosophy, spirituality and remembrance in Canadian life. Examples include Next of Kin Memorial Avenue, the road of remembrance for World War I soldiers in Saskatoon, Manitou Mounds in Stratton, Ontario, a religious and ceremonial site for more than 2,000 years, and Sharon Temple, an exquisite building expressing the beliefs of the Davidite sect in Sharon, Ontario. Sharon Temple, Ontario - Elegant 1825-1832 Temple of Davidite Sect
Sharon Temple, Ontario
Elegant 1825-1832 Temple
of Davidite Sect
Next of Kin Memorial Avenue, Saskatchewan - Commemorates World War I Soldiers
Next of Kin Memorial
Avenue, Saskatchewan

Commemorates World
War I Soldiers
Manitou Mounds, Ontario - Religious and Ceremonial Site for 2000 Years
Manitou Mounds, Ontario
Religious and Ceremonial Site for 2000
Years

National Historic Sites Of Canada System Plan

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