years: At first glance, it's an exhibit of rather eclectic dresses each one is a patchwork of objects woven together to tell a story, according to CTV. Carolina Echeverria immigrated to Canada from Chile in the 1980's, and she says the experience was, at times, a painful one. For the last five years, the members of Native Immigrant' have been creating dresses that tell the stories of Canada's oldest and newest inhabitants. She started the collective five years ago. She says immigrants and Indigenous people felt left out of the conversation. At the time, the province's proposed Charter of Values was dividing Quebecers. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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