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CODE’s Traveling Photography Exhibit Hits the Road with Stops from Coast to Coast

Celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year, CODE has launched a photography exhibit by renowned Canadian photojournalist, Peter Bregg, slated to tour Canada this fall and winter. Peter traveled to Sierra Leone with CODE in spring of 2019 to document the learning crisis and CODE’s charitable efforts.

The Read. Learn. Live. photography exhibit aims to inform and to inspire Canadians of all walks of life, and places CODE’s work within the broader global movement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

We invite you to join us at one of the following tour venues:

Venue City and Province Exhibit Dates
Calgary Public Library Central Branch Calgary, Alberta August 31 – September 15, 2019
Kelowna Downtown Library Kelowna, British Columbia October 11 – 24, 2019
The Saskatchewan Science Centre Regina, Saskatchewan October 30 – November 11, 2019
Hamilton Central Library Hamilton, Ontario December 3-15, 2019
London Central Library London, Ontario December 19, 2019 – January 13, 2020
The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning Kingston, Ontario January 20-30, 2020
Kitchener Central Library Kitchener, Ontario February 4 – 16, 2020
The Manitoba Teachers’ Society at the Victoria Inn Hotel & Convention Centre Winnipeg, Manitoba February 27-28, 2020
AC Hunter Library St. John’s, Newfoundland March 2020
Shenkman Arts Centre Ottawa, Ontario April 28 – May 7, 2020

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER

Peter Bregg, an internationally renowned Canadian photojournalist, has travelled to more than 70 countries capturing some of the world’s most compelling stories. Mr. Bregg has served as the chief photographer for Maclean’s Magazine, a photographer and editor with the Canadian Press and the Associated Press in London, New York and Washington DC and was the official photographer to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney in 1984-85. This past May 2019 Mr. Bregg travelled to Sierra Leone to document CODE’s efforts. For more information, visit www.peterbreggphotography.com

 

WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES

Thanks to the generosity of a private foundation, your donations are not directed to fundraising costs. As a result, we’re able to allocate 94% of your donation toward our programs to promote children’s literacy.

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