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enfrMAY 14-24 MAI, 2021
enfrMAY 14-24 MAI, 2021

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This tulip was to be a recognition of the liberation of the Netherlands, an expression of deep appreciation and a means to create awareness among the younger generations of the role Canadians played. It was the spring of 1945 and the Second World War was still being fiercely fought, but the tide was turning in...
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OTTAWA, Sept. 5, 2019 /CNW/ – The first of five shipments containing Liberation75 tulip bulbs arrived last week in Canadafrom the growers in the Netherlands. Intended for planting this fall before the frost, the Liberation75 bulbs will produce a bright orange, crown-shaped tulip next spring 2020, in recognition of the people of the Netherlands and their...
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Princess Margriet of the Netherlands presented ‘Liberation75’ tulip bulbs to Canadian Veteran Don White yesterday in Het Loo Palace’s garden. Tulips are the symbol of friendship between Canada and the Netherlands. By: Brittani Barger Photo: RVD – Anko Stoffles Royal Central Read Full Article
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A delegation from Ottawa will head to the Netherlands on a five-day economic mission later this month in hopes of better strengthening business and tourism ties between Canada’s capital city and Holland, Mayor Jim Watson announced on Tuesday. The 20-member delegation – led by the mayor and comprised of representatives from Invest Ottawa, Ottawa Tourism...
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Oh Canada! Its beauty and bounty enchants. This second largest country in the world is graced with a multitude of natural and cultural treasures. Distinctive meccas mesmerize—among them Nova Scotia‘s picturesque land- and seascapes; Old Quebec Cityand Montréal‘s ooh-la-la French-kissed dining and diversions; Toronto‘s urbane sophistication; Prince Edward Island‘s Anne of Green Gables charm; and...
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The show will go on for TD Ottawa JazzFest, the Canadian Tulip Festival and a number of other local events following the Ontario government’s reversal on funding cuts affecting many of the province’s festivals. By: OBJ staff Photo Credit: Caroline Phillips Ottawa Business Journal Read Full Article  
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 Canadian Tulip Festival… Re-Rooted  “Celebrating the end of winter…  and the end of a war”  • A glimpse back in time to 1945 with personal stories of the Second World War – The Heritage Pavilion  • 33 musical performances produced by Ottawa impresario Julian Armour – The Dutch Theatre  • Tulip stories with an eye...
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 The Canadian Tulip Festival; Re-Rooted  “Celebrating the End of Winter … Commemorating the End of a War.”  This spring reveals the re-rooting of the Canadian Tulip Festival in the rich history of the original Royal Gift of Tulips, and Canada’s role in the liberation of the Netherlands. Now in a single location, hundreds of thousands...
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When do tulips signify freedom? When the Dutch give them to Canadians in thanks for the liberation of their country from the tyranny of the Nazis 75 years ago, on May 5, 1945. Across Canada, we plant millions of tulip bulbs with a spring garden in mind and in anticipation of a colourful end to...
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Connaissez-vous l’origine du Festival canadien des tulipes d’Ottawa? Après les Pays-Bas, Ottawa est l’endroit dans le monde où l’on trouve le plus de tulipes! De nos archives, les liens entre Ottawa et la famille royale néerlandaise. Par: Radio-Canada Radio-Canada Lisez l’article entier
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