Chilliwack (CNW) – The Together truck is driving change across Canada – and on October 30, 2017 it rolls into Chilliwack.
The award-winning Together: An exhibition on global development is an interactive, bilingual experience for all ages, highlighting Canadian contributions to positive change around the world. Visitors are invited to climb aboard and explore a custom-built truck with 1,000 square feet of exhibition space.
As part of Canada’s 150th celebrations, the Together exhibit will be touring across the country to showcase Canada’s leadership in promoting a more peaceful, prosperous, equal, and pluralist world for all.
The exhibition inspires visitors to explore lasting solutions to global development challenges through:
- Powerful photography, objects, film and audio that transport visitors around the world
- A quiz that enables visitors to discover what kind of global citizens they are and how to get involved
- An interactive world map that illuminates diverse Canadian contributions to global development
- Opportunities for visitors to share their ideas and experience with one another
The Together truck will be parked at Sardis Secondary School (45460 Stevenson Road, Chilliwack, BC) on Monday, October 30 and Tuesday, October 31. It will be open to the public from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day. Admission to the exhibition is free.
Together was developed by Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC), and features the work of 21 Canadian organizations working to reduce poverty around the world, including the Canadian Red Cross, Save the Children, and UNICEF.
The exhibition was developed with the financial support of Global Affairs Canada.
Visit the Together website to learn more – akfc.ca/together – or join the conversation on Twitter using #AllForChange.
Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC) is an international development organization and registered charity. Since 1980, AKFC has helped millions of people in Africa and Asia unlock their potential to build a better life.
The Together exhibition is part of AKFC’s initiative to spark conversation in Canada about important global issues that affect us all.