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.
"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
"Hopefully form a good relationship with the Aboriginal communities around Canada. Balance religious freedoms with other rights."Made by Anonymous in Winnipeg, Manitoba
"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
"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
"I hope for Canada in the next 150 years will be free of systemic discrimination against minorities."Made by Michelle Trudel in Winnipeg, Manitoba
I wish for cheaper airfares in Canada
I wish Stephen McNeil will never be our premier again.
Kaymon in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
I wish for the world to all get along.
Allie in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
I wish for Canada to be forever proud.
Gabe in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
I wish Canada will be the best country.
Noah in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
I wish Canada will get more peace.
Brooklynn in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
My wish for Canada is peace.
Kennedy in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
My wish for more black women in the political halls of Canada.
Shelley in Halifax, Nova Scotia1
My wish is for no more war.
Levar in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
My wish is equality for all.
Melina in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
My wish is that we forget party politics, vote for the person who is right for your area, no more political parties.
Penny in Halifax, Nova Scotia1
My wish is for people to have the same rights
Camden Williams in Shelburne, Nova Scotia0
My wish is that there is no more war.
Michael in Shelburne, Nova Scotia0
My wish is for global peace and for everyone to have the same rights!
Ashton Scott Wamback in Shelburne, Nova Scotia0
My wish for Canada in the next 150 years is that Canada will be peaceful.
Madyson Demings in Shelburne, Nova Scotia0
My wish is for Canada to show neighbour countries how to treat people.
Evan Xu in Ottawa, Ontario0
My wish is that we will spread our equality across the world. All the countries of the world should treat everyone fairly.
Ryan in Ottawa, Ontario0
My wish is to branch out and help countries in need, whether leaving a percentage of funds for these countries so that we can solve this ongoing problem. It is fixable and we should make it a priority.
Moh E. in Ottawa, Ontario0
My wish is that we work towards a better future. All over the world, human rights are being violated. Living in Canada is a privilege because we live freely but not everyone does. Let's help the people in need.
Jessie Simons in Kamloops, British Columbia0
My wish for Canada is more political interaction with Germany.
Marc-Clemens in Kamloops, British Columbia0
That everyone will feel safe, comfortable and have dignity. I want Canada to be a place where everyone can live. Where no one has to fear for their lives or who they are.
Matt in Brantford, Ontario0
A smaller government that respects individual rights and succeeds in its few legitimate functions.
That the Canadian government takes all needs into account and takes action.
Brandon Cole in Halifax, Nova Scotia0
I hope that by 2020 Canada will shift from First-Past-The-Post system. We need more accurate and proportional representation.
I hope Canada will build infrastructure and policy to adapt to the world's modern technological and social demands.