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Being Canadian:

Being Canadian:

Stories Told Through Film

Past Exhibition

The exhibition features artifacts from the Museum's Collection and a series of films Courtesy of the National Film Board illustrating what it means to be Canadian. Artifacts will include: Mississauga's own "ERICA", an R2D2 inspired bus transit app from the 70's and the niquab worn by Zunera Ishaq when she garnered international attention by refusing to remove it when she took her oath of Canadian Citizenship.

Begumpura - translated from Hindi, means "wives colony". Begumpura tells the unique story of wives and children making a life in Mississauga while their husbands work abroad.

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