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Mississauga: Festival and Colour

mississauga: Rick Madonik / Toronto Star Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie got the full experience at the Canadian Colour Festival on Sunday, according to Toronto Star. Rick Madonik / Toronto Star Rung De' One, in its fourth year, is inspired by Holi, a spring festival that takes place in India and Nepal. Canada 150 celebrations got an extra splash of colour with a flash mob featuring 150 dancers at the Canadian Colour Festival in Mississauga. The festival uses natural, non-toxic, water-soluble and environmentally friendly coloured powders. Beneath the clouds of neon dust in a parking lot in Mississauga, there was the city's mayor, Bonnie Crombie, covered in green and orange powder after dancing with crowds of kids as part of Rung De' ONE RDO . I think this is my fourth Rung De' ONE and the first couple, I said no, no I can't get coloured because I have to go somewhere else after, I can't celebrate with you,' she said, her hair blotched yellow and pink. Rick Madonik / Toronto Star By Scott Wheeler Staff Reporter Mon., July 10, 2017 On Sunday, at the Canadian Colour Festival, 150 dancers came together for a rainbow-powdered flash mob to celebrate Canada's sesquicentennial. ( As reported in the news.