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Prince Albert Arts Centre - CANADA150

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Hidden : 10/3/2017
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This is a Canada 150 project that aims to present places and people important for the Francophone community of Saskatchewan. More information : Geocaching CÉCS

Ceci est un projet Canada 150 qui vise à faire découvrir des personnalités et lieux importants pour la communauté francophone de la Saskatchewan. Plus d'information : Géocachette CÉCS


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One of the strengths of Saskatchewan people is the sense of linguistic solidarity shared by various communities. There are several examples that illustrate the importance of this positive approach to community living; the story of the Prince Albert Arts Centre is one that should be noted.

The Francophone community of Prince Albert wanted to highlight how important the Prince Albert Arts Centre is to them. It is an excellent civic arts venue where Francophones have always felt at home because of the collaborative atmosphere that reigns. Several activities at the Centre take place in French.

It is worth visiting the Prince Albert Arts Centre to admire the building, which has been recognized as a municipal, provincial, and federal heritage site. The former Town Hall, built in 1893, houses the Arts Centre and an art gallery.

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Une des forces des Saskatchewanaises et Saskatchewanais, c’est le sentiment de solidarité linguistique que l’on retrouve aujourd’hui entre les différentes communautés. Plusieurs histoires démontrent l’importance d’une belle cohabitation pour les Francophones, et celle du Prince Albert Arts Centre en est une à mentionner.

C’est la communauté francophone de Prince Albert qui a tenu à souligner l’importance du Prince Albert Arts Centre pour eux. Lieu artistique par excellence pour la municipalité, les Francophones s’y sont toujours sentis chez eux, grâce à un climat de collaboration qui y règne. Plusieurs activités s’y déroulent dans la langue de Molière.

Il vaut aussi la peine de visiter le Prince Albert Arts Centre afin d’admirer ce bâtiment désigné site patrimonial au niveau municipal, provincial et fédéral. Ancien hôtel de ville construit en 1893, l’édifice abrite le Centre et une galerie d’arts.

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