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Things to do this weekend.

March 11, 2022, marks the 2-year anniversary of the WHO announcement of the COVID pandemic.

This is an audio-visual representation of lives lost to COVID-19 in BC and Ontario long-term care homes, March 2020-October 2021. Each dot and accompanying musical note mark a resident death – green for BC and orange for Ontario.

Seven wooden storytelling chairs sit at the heart of COVID in the House of Old exhibit, speaking to seven lives indelibly altered by the pandemic’s spread through long-term care. Each individual is represented by a chair standing in place for hundreds or thousands of Canadians who faced similar circumstances.

This project has been made possible by a Jack and Doris Shadbolt Fellowship in the Humanities from Simon Fraser University.



For something completely different this Spring Break, the Château Ramezay invites you to explore our exhibition rooms with a new eye! Discover special treasures and like our Curator, pick your favourites to create your very own exhibition on the history of Montréal. It won't be easy to choose but it's a fun way to learn! Activity included in the price of admission. No reservation necessary.


Theatre at Dawson College - The Cripple of Inishmaan is performed by second year students and directed by Matt Enos. Until March 12, 2022.


The Convergence Initiative in collaboration with Native Immigrant presents a new sci-art exhibition! "How not to wear a mask" by Tati Tung.

March 15th to April 10th, 2022. More details here: How to Not Wear A Mask | Native Immigrant


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