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This special edition is celebrating the 150th anniversary of Confederation. It’s a major milestone for a coming of age country that has one of the most diverse populations in the world and upholds progressive, inclusive and pluralistic standards.
Although this is still the land of Mounties, beavers, maple syrup, politeness and hockey fans, Canada continues to evolve its brand and national identity, never forgetting multiculturalism, openness, respect and acceptance of differences.
In our special 150th Canada report, we highlight how each Canadian can participate in the celebration by volunteering 150 hours of their time to give back. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to make a difference! We also interviewed 18 men and women – among them politicians, artists, social workers and entrepreneurs who are active participants in the Portuguese-speaking community – to reflect on what it means to call Canada home.
In Brazil, we focused on Olinda, a tourist destination in the Northeast region preferred by people from all over the world during Carnival. Reporter Giselle Noroes shows how to enjoy the city all year round. In Portugal, Gwen McCauley writes about Algarve, a region where many small, custom wineries are flourishing.
Enjoy the read and Happy Canada Day!