From national hope to a local focus, this is your opportunity to add your voice and imagination to a growing conversation. Share the changes that will build on our success to improve our communities and country.
#Wish150 is open to all during 2017. At the end of the year and throughout the year during our exhibition events, your wishes will be shared with the federal government, community organizations, fellow Canadians and citizens of the world.
Open access and an analysis of your wishes is vital in shaping and unlocking a prosperous future for all of our communities.
"I hope for Canada in the next 150 years will be free of systemic discrimination against minorities."Made by Michelle Trudel in Winnipeg, Manitoba
"Hopefully form a good relationship with the Aboriginal communities around Canada. Balance religious freedoms with other rights."Made by Anonymous in Winnipeg, Manitoba
"To see the real progress in the area of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. Measurements of this would include equitable levels of education and health in Indigenous communities."Made by Anonymous in Winnipeg, Manitoba
"I wish that we could use our hockey arena in the summer to give us more opportunities to do what we actually like."Made by Josh in Moose Factory, Ontario
"My wish for Canada in the next 150 years is that we may live in a country where hunger and poverty are no longer an issue. Provides opportunities and education to all who need. A peaceful Canada!"Made by Anonymous in Winnipeg, Manitoba
My wish is for social justice to be at the forefront with a people-first approach to talking oppression.
Quinn in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
I wish for a better place for everyone.
Whitley in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
I wish that people can live how they want to live.
Jerraylin in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
My wish is that we will come together as one big country.
Connie Tolliden in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
We wish for better accessibility for individuals in wheelchairs.
I wish people weren't bullied for their skin colour.
Parker in Shelburne, Nova Scotia0
My wish is for more respect for different colour people and no homelessness.
Just because they have a different culture does not mean you don't play with them.
Bethany in Ottawa, Ontario0
My wish is to allow anyone to be who they want to be without being judged.
Sean F. in Ottawa, Ontario0
My wish for Canada is equality for everyone, no matter what their gender or sexual orientation is.
Zoe Labelle in Ottawa, Ontario0
My wish is that even if you're in a wheelchair, everyone can do the same things.
Maya in Ottawa, Ontario0
In the future, everyone will be equal no matter your colour, wealth or background.
Mason S. in Kamloops, British Columbia0
My wish is in the future, all Canadians feel loved and safe.
Jake Thoms in Kamloops, British Columbia0
My wish is for everyone has a fair attitude and everybody can say their opinion regardless of the community that they are in or their looks or their culture.
Midori S. in Kamloops, British Columbia0
I hope the people find love and peace in their hearts even if times are tough they stay strong through every part of it and we will try and fina way to make things better. I wish for a better water and food supply. I hope for people to find out who they are and what to be without any judgements or comments about their choices. I hope for the people to have access to whatever needs they have or wish and they are free to the rights that they deserve.
Zoey Z. in Sold0
My wish is to have no homeless people and to have no one starving.
Linnaea in Cooper Landing, AK0
My wish for Canada is to implement peace, love and unity among nations. Being that Canada is a diverse country, unity, love and peace are important factors.
Wayna Loraque in Edmonton, Alberta0
My wish for Canada is that we are all included and accepted in our Canadian communities.
Anonymous in Brampton, Ontario0
That everyone feels accepted for who they are. I also wish that everyone feel free and comfortable with who they are and be able to confidently express it.
Lexi Chambers in Paris, Ontario0
My wish is to spread the message of dignity and for everyone to have a more open-mind and for everyone to accept their peers in a humanitarian way. Also for diversity within close-minded communities.
Alli Clark in Brantford, Ontario0
For everyone to be welcome and treated equally in this country. For people to be more accepting of others that are not the same as them. That no matter who you are or where you are from you should be treated equally.
Cameron Goddard in Hagersville, Ontario0
Peace, love and happiness.
Ryan Galloway in Brantford, Ontario0
My wish is to become more accepting of every race and accept people for who they are and what they believe in.
Karissa Hamm in Dunnville, Ontario0
To be more open-minded and accepting.
My wish is to make everybody feel included no matter their race, religion, colour, class, etc. Make everybody have equal accessibility and inclusiveness because everybody is equal and nobody is worth more than anyone else.
Mallory Crossman in Dunnville, Ontario0