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Public Input Sought for Bonnyville Canada 150 Mosaic

As more details fall into place for Bonnyville’s Canada 150 mosaic, the question has arisen, what should be on it?

For that, the organizers behind the project are turning to the public for some ideas on what they think of when they think of Bonnyville. The project is a colaboration from a wide range of local organizations including the town and MD governments, the Chamber of Commerce, Friendship Centre, Library, the Aurora Visual Arts Association and the Centennial Centre, where the mosaic will likely be installed.

“Essentially, we need the big piece,” says Andrea Yaremie with the Chamber. “We’re looking at different options for having a bunch of little pieces to build that one big piece, but we’re really looking for is what Bonnyvillians feel really defines the town. It’s open to the town and MD community members. We’re looking to find out when you think of Bonnyville what comes to mind? Is it the Lakeland? Is it the oil field? Is it the strong community involvement? Is it the First Nations element of our community? Is it the cultural and ethnic diversity that comes to mind? We’re looking for what people think about when they think of Bonnyville, then bring all those ideas together and to be able to have a conversation of what would be a good representation for our community.”

Residents can email their ideas to [email protected]

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