Documentary will show the post-Holocaust miracle in Israel as an inspiration to the Indigenous people of Canada
Now more than ever, we are responsible for Remembrance, Education, and Diligence
Memorials are increasingly being used to promote a self-congratulatory and sometimes self-exculpatory image of the country that erects them.
Momentum for the idea is growing. But the Holocaust analogy undermines a proposal that could do much harm without fixing what’s wrong with America.
The collection, worth around $224.45 million, consists of medieval church relics and was owned by the House of Guelph in 1671 until it was sold to a group of art dealers in 1929.
Campaign shares messages of ‘experts in resilience’