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The 1960s was an age of change across Canada: a new national flag, universal health care and pension systems, the Baby Boom Generation, changing immigration patterns, and civil rights movements.

In many ways, the Canada of today was emerging. 

The Centennial of Confederation in 1967 was an opportunity to reflect on the country’s past, present, and future. Ontarians travelled to see the Ontario Pavilion in Montreal during Expo 67, and thousands of other exciting activities took place across Ontario and the country.  

Explore this exhibit featuring records at the Archives of Ontario that document the exciting events in the province that marked this special moment in our history!

Raising the Centennial Flag, 1967
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Raising the Centennial Flag, 1967
Bill Montaigne fonds
C 239-3-0-3263
Archives of Ontario, I0052640

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