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felt, 19 inches long (6.5 inches wide at the top)Represent your province with a retro-style pennant featuring Yukon. Collect them all!

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felt, 19 inches long (6.5 inches wide at the top)Represent your province with a retro-style pennant featuring Quebec. Collect them all!

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felt, 19 inches long (6.5 inches wide at the top)Represent your province with a retro-style pennant featuring Alberta. Collect them all!

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Bilingual (English/French)Twelve monthly grids and full-color artworkSize: 6½ x 7 in.Opens to 6½ x 14 in.Published with Dorset Fine ArtsIn the Canadian Arctic community of Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Inuit artists have been making limited-edition prints for half a century. Twelve examples of their work adorn this calendar.

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Bilingual (English/French)Twelve monthly grids and full-color artworkSize: 6½ x 7 in.Opens to 6½ x 14 in.Published with McMichael Canadian Art CollectionIn 1920, a small community of Canadian artists officially became the Group of Seven. As the group extended its membership and influence, a national art bloomed, reflecting in stunning images the beauty and grandeur of the Canadian landscape.

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Bilingual (English/French)120 pages with Wire-O binding and a soft cover with flapsSize: 6 x 8¼ in.Published with Dorset Fine ArtsAbout 1,200 miles north of Toronto, Baffin Island is home to a multigenerational community of graphic artists who work each winter in the printmaking studios of Cape Dorset. In continual operation since 1959, the studios produce striking, highly decorative works of...

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Bilingual (English/French)120 pages with Wire-O binding and a soft cover with flapsSize: 6 x 8¼ in.Published with McMichael Canadian Art CollectionThe Group of Seven and Tom Thomson shared a passion for Canada’s wilderness and a strong desire to create a distinctive visual language, inspired first and foremost by the Canadian landscape. Their goal was to explore the country and paint...

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Bilingual (English/French)Twelve monthly grids and full-color artworkSize: 12 x 13 in.Opens to 12 x 26 in.Pomegranate Publishing with McMichael Canadian Art CollectionTom Thomson (Canadian, 1877–1917) loved the rough country of northern Ontario. His exploratory artistic style and his appreciation of the wilderness helped shape the style of the Group of Seven, though his untimely death prevented him from exhibiting with...

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Bilingual (English/French)Twelve monthly grids and full-color artworkSize: 12 x 13 in.Opens to 12 x 26 in.Published with Dorset Fine ArtsKenojuak Ashevak (1927–2013) is widely considered a Canadian national treasure. She was a groundbreaking artist for Kinngait Studios, in the Arctic territory of Nunavut, and ultimately a pioneer of modern Inuit art. After establishing her reputation in 1960 with The Enchanted...

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Bilingual (English/French)Twelve monthly grids and full-color artworkSize: 12 x 13 in.Opens to 12 x 26 in.Published with Art Gallery of Ontario, TorontoLawren S. Harris (Canadian, 1885–1970) created a distinctive visual language, inspired first and foremost by the Canadian landscape. As he travelled farther north, Harris developed an increasingly stylized approach to lakes, trees, skies and mountains. The twelve paintings reproduced...

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Bilingual (English/French)Twelve monthly grids and full-color artworkSize: 12 x 13 in.Opens to 12 x 26 in.Published with McMichael Canadian Art CollectionThe Group of Seven and Tom Thomson shared a passion for Canada’s wilderness and a strong desire to create a distinctive visual language, inspired first and foremost by the Canadian landscape. Their goal was to explore the country and paint...

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Bilingual (English/French)Twelve monthly grids and full-color artworkSize: 12 x 13 in.Opens to 12 x 26 in.Published with Vancouver Art GalleryThe British Columbia wilderness and First Nations culture formed the two great themes of Emily Carr’s work. Through her landscapes and haunting depictions of totems, she is deservedly considered the premier painter of Canada’s Pacific coast. After training in San Francisco...