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Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | June 30, 2022
Percival Price, portrait circa 1927 and signed by Yousuf Karsh, became the first of five successive Dominion Carillonneurs over the 95-year history of the Peace Tower Carillon, remarkably after answering a want ad in a newspaper. Photograph courtesy of the House of Commons
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | June 30, 2022
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | June 30, 2022
Percival Price, portrait circa 1927 and signed by Yousuf Karsh, became the first of five successive Dominion Carillonneurs over the 95-year history of the Peace Tower Carillon, remarkably after answering a want ad in a newspaper. Photograph courtesy of the House of Commons
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | June 20, 2022
A drawing of the Peace Tower, left, by John Andrew Pearson, who is pictured in 1930. As Parliament's chief architect, Pearson stressed the importance of Parliamentarians’ work by ensuring that his artisans imbued the structural materials, decorative objects, and even the furniture with this weighty message, writes Johanna Mizgala Photographs courtesy of the House of Commons
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | June 20, 2022
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | June 20, 2022
A drawing of the Peace Tower, left, by John Andrew Pearson, who is pictured in 1930. As Parliament's chief architect, Pearson stressed the importance of Parliamentarians’ work by ensuring that his artisans imbued the structural materials, decorative objects, and even the furniture with this weighty message, writes Johanna Mizgala Photographs courtesy of the House of Commons
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | May 18, 2022
The limestone sculpture Sednay by Nunavut artist Bart Hanna Kappianaq. Photographs courtesy of the House of Commons
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | May 18, 2022
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | May 18, 2022
The limestone sculpture Sednay by Nunavut artist Bart Hanna Kappianaq. Photographs courtesy of the House of Commons
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | April 18, 2022
Some 13 years after the 1917 battle, Australian artist William Longstaff unveiled his painting, The Ghosts of Vimy Ridge, which depicts a nighttime scene of spectres moving in formation towards the now famous white stone Vimy Ridge Memorial in the distance, writes Johanna Mizgala. Photograph courtesy of the House of Commons
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | April 18, 2022
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | April 18, 2022
Some 13 years after the 1917 battle, Australian artist William Longstaff unveiled his painting, The Ghosts of Vimy Ridge, which depicts a nighttime scene of spectres moving in formation towards the now famous white stone Vimy Ridge Memorial in the distance, writes Johanna Mizgala. Photograph courtesy of the House of Commons
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | March 8, 2022
Agnes Macphail took her seat in the House of Commons for the first time on March 8, 1922, as part of the 14th Parliament. Photographs courtesy of the House of Commons
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | March 8, 2022
Opinion | BY JOHANNA MIZGALA | March 8, 2022
Agnes Macphail took her seat in the House of Commons for the first time on March 8, 1922, as part of the 14th Parliament. Photographs courtesy of the House of Commons