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The second Sunday of June is Canadian Rivers Day, which focuses attention on the importance of rivers both locally and globally. This interactive exploration of key types of Canadian landscapes including waterways,shows the ways that different Canadian artists depict them.
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The second Sunday of June is Canadian Rivers Day, which focuses attention on the importance of rivers both locally and globally. This interactive exploration of key types of Canadian landscapes including waterways,shows the ways that different Canadian artists depict them.

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