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Spotlight Canada: Faces that Shaped a Nation
In honour of Canada 150, the Ryerson Image Centre’s glass façade will feature a new mural of key figures who helped establish the country’s national identity through their endeavours, diversity and resilience. This historical panorama will include 14 portraits: Margaret Atwood, John Candy, Leonard Cohen, Viola Desmond, Chief Dan George, Wayne Gretzky, Yousuf Karsh, k.d. lang, Marshall McLuhan, Oscar Peterson, Mary Pickford, Buffy Sainte-Marie, David Suzuki, and Pierre Elliott Trudeau.
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Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences: Ryerson Presents...
May 27 to June 2
Ryerson will present a wide range of events ranging from interdisciplinary lectures to cultural programming.
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Message from the President
An anniversary as significant as 150 years deserves a special celebration, particularly when it is for a country recognized around the world for its diversity, inclusiveness and commitment to equality and justice. Ryerson is proud to present a wide range of activities and events that illuminate the past and look enthusiastically to a future filled with promise for our Canada.
Mohamed Lachemi, President, Ryerson University