Calgary man challenges people to think differently about Canada’s past 

On July 1 some people will be celebrating and others will be protesting Canada’s 150 years of colonization. Michael Broadfoot isn’t inclined to do either.

Broadfoot wanted to create an inclusive event that would leave people thinking differently about Canada’s past, so he created the Trading Post 150 event which took place June 25 in Calgary.

“What we wanted to do was engage with Canada’s 150 by bringing people together,” he said. “We wanted people to feel included in a way that maybe some of the other events weren’t.”

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