Canada has marked its 150th birthday with a massive series of performances and parades. Some indigenous groups held protests, and PM Justin Trudeau acknowledged the historical mistreatment of native people. But he also celebrated Canada's diversity.
A party across six time zones - on the 150th anniversary of its founding on July 1, Canada will hold celebrations across its 13 provinces and territories.
Canada - the home of hockey, maple syrup and a selfie-prone prime minister - has marked its 150th birthday with concerts and citizenship ceremonies. But a history of indigenous mistreatment meant not everyone celebrated.
It's a vast country with a lot to explore: As Canada turns 150 on July 1, here's a celebration of 10 of its must-see destinations in its 10 provinces, from the eastern to the western coast.
A new Adolf de Meyer photography retrospective sheds light on a storied and innovative fin-de-siècle artist who paved the way for the likes of Helmut Newton — and whose life reads like a gossip column.
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