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
"Better yet cheaper standard of education and living. Higher social awareness in terms of other cultures/religions and integrate it into the education system."Made by Anonymous in Winnipeg, Manitoba
"That our youth can grow up in safe and supportive communities. That our adults are brave enough to call truth and injustice and our elders are treated with dignity and respect."Made by Anonymous in Halifax, Nova Scotia
"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
"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 is for "gay" to stop being an insult.
My wish is every Canadian is treated equally and supports LGBT rights.
Austin Christink in Shelburne, Nova Scotia0
I wish for more LGBTQ2A bathrooms and more human rights. Lets be treated the same. Less Taxes.
Julia in Ottawa, Ontario0
I wish that in the future gay marriage will be accepted globally.
Jack Murphy in Ottawa, Ontario1
All LGBT have the right to be equal.
Aaliyah Lopez in Ottawa, Ontario0
I think trans people should have their own bathroom so they don't have to be awkward or not know which one to go to.
Amanda U in Ottawa, Ontario0
I wish that in the next 150 years we can make the environment feel safe and comfortable for the LGBTQ+ communities members.
Elizabeth Gilroy in Kamloops, British Columbia0
My wish is for communities to express more acceptance to LGBTQ+ people.
Brooklyn Cacali in Kamloops, British Columbia0
My wish to be more open-minded and accept the people that are LGBTQ2A
Mai Thongkanye in Kamloops, British Columbia0
My wish is for more LGBTQ+ education to promote acceptance.
Tyler Musey in Kamloops, British Columbia0
My wish is for more LGBTQA+ representation in the media and political realm. Especially asexual community members aren't often represented in the media like other LGBTQA+ members, which we need for people to understand the identity.
Chloe D. in Soldtna, Alaska0
My wish for Canada is for more people to support LGBTQ as there are too many people committing suicide in the LGBTQ community.
Annastia Rose in Edmonton, Alberta0
Speak up more about LGBTQ rights.
Tiffanie in Brampton, Ontario0
That we work towards creating more equal opportunities for people when it comes to human rights and LGBTQ2A. I think that we have come further in creating equality by doing the "pride parade" and our Prime Minster working towards more awareness of the LGBTQ2A+ community. I do believe that we could do more by creating more gender-neutral washroom in all public places and creating more communities available in schools and in our towns/cities that would make people more educated and included in the LGBTQ2A+ community. I think we need to continue to work towards better human rights for everyone, neither that be gender equality in all opportunities or racial equality in all circumstances, etc.
Miriam Lindsay in Paris, Ontario0
Making a difference won't be overnight and making a change towards something you believe in will take effort and perseverance but don't think that it is impossible. We have to work together as not only a community but a nation and learn to undertand that there is not a difference between any two individuals but we are all seen on the same level. Everyone should have equal opportunity and rights to anything that is presented to them. Issues like gender-neutral washrooms should be more accessible to the everyday public and not put people into two gender categories. Also bringing conversations uu towards topics like these will help elevate stigma. We should also get to a point in society where coming out isn't a thing and it's just seen as who you love and you are. Celebrate who you are.
Kaitlyn Clark in Paris, Ontario0
My wish for Canada is 1) LGBTQ2A rights because they are still people -you should welcome people and not turn them away. 2) help people with any mental and physical issues. 3) indigenous rights 4) cultural and historical presevation 5) new Canadian and immigration and ntergration 6) human rights.
Anonymous in Calgary0
My wish for Canada is: 1) for more environmental sustainability 2) LGBTQ2A rights and acceptance into certain things like afterschool sports and programs. Just because they're different doesn't mean they're not human.
Blake H in Calgary0
My wish for Canada is to accept the LGBTQ2A community. #lovewins. Everyone should have the right to love who they love and be who they want to be.
Ana in Calgary0
For people to stop assuming they know someones gender orientation (or lack their of)
Emma in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador0
All equality for LGBTQ2A members and way more diversity.
Anonymous in Ottawa, Ontario0
We are all friends
Aurora Desroches in Simcoe, Ontario0
My wish for Canada is for everyone to be equal, including all genders, the LGBTQ!A community, and all races.
Shannon in Aurora, Ontario0
My wish for Canada is for people to be proud of their sexuality.
Anonymous in Aurora, Ontario0
My wish for Canada is for more women and LGBTQ2A of colour to be represented in Canadian media and politics.
Emma in Aurora, Ontario0
My wish for Canada is for society to have a better understanding of LGBTQ!
Tylar McBurnie in Alliston, Ontario0