Diana Ross helps raise more than $780,000 at this year’s glitzy NAC Gala
By Emily HawsOct. 8, 2018
Sparkles and satin were on display as guests dressed in their best to see the Motown Queen perform Oct. 3.
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau makes introductory remarks with National Arts Centre Foundation CEO Jayne Watson, right, at the 22nd annual NAC Gala, which featured Diana Ross. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The 1970s were back in a big way on Oct. 3 as the National Arts Centre held its annual gala featuring Motown Queen Diana Ross.
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