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The year 2017 is a significant one for Canada. Not only does our country celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation, it is also the centennial of Canada's system of National Historic Sites (NHS100). Fort Anne in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia was designated as the first national "Historic Park" in Canada in 1917, thus becoming the foundation of today's system of national historic sites.

This festive duo is the perfect opportunity to highlight the best of Canada, to celebrate the diversity of our living system of historic places and these magnificent cultural treasures located across Canada.

To mark the centennial, Parks Canada has created a window cling (shown below) featuring Fort Anne. We would be pleased to send you one for display at your national historic site to honour this historic occasion.

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• Dimensions: 18 x 18 in

• Two versions to choose from: English-French or French-English

• Installation: on a perfectly smooth window, visible to your visitors

• Easy to install and remove without damage


We invite you to order your window clings at: celebrations@pc.gc.ca

Please specify the number of window clings, version(s) desired (English-French or French-English), your name and mailing address to prepare the shipment.

Thank you for your interest in celebrating this important milestone in the history of Canada.

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