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Expo 67 allowed me a unique opportunity to experience cultural diversity. In the pavilions, my encounters with people from all over and my explorations of culture, music, cuisine and more, I saw the entire world rub shoulders in friendship, peace and brotherhood.

For a young woman like myself filled with curiosity, Expo 67 was a door opening onto a world to be explored, dreamt about, changed. Like many others of my generation, I was transformed by my visit to this fabulous exhibition - and now the Library and Archives of Canada invites us to pay a return visit through the magic of new technology.

Sheila Copps
Minister of Canadian Heritage
(1996-2003)