The Diefenbaker Centre reopens its doors to the public March 30, 2012. Come explore our newly renovated museum and gallery. Click on the title to expand this page and view our media advisory.
The following is a media advisory regarding our reopening celebrations:
For immediate release – March 28, 2012
U of S Diefenbaker Canada Centre to host grand reopening of renovated gallery
The Diefenbaker Canada Centre will be reopening its gallery doors to the public following extensive renovations made possible through a funding partnership between the Government of Canada and the University of Saskatchewan.
As part of the reopening, the gallery with be launching three exhibits that address the Right Honourable John G. Diefenbaker’s contributions in the area of human rights: The Diefenbaker Legacy; The Canadian Bill of Rights; and Unity, Diversity and Justice: Canadian Approaches to Human Rights.
Media are invited to attend the grand reopening celebration.
Date: Friday, March 30, 2012
Location: Lobby, Diefenbaker Building, 101 Diefenbaker Place, University of Saskatchewan
Time: Program at 11 am with tour to follow
The program will be hosted by Michael Atkinson, executive director of the Diefenbaker Canada Centre, and will feature remarks from U of S Professor Mary Eberts on Diefenbaker’s contributions to human rights. Speakers will be available for interviews and government representatives will be in attendance.
For more information, contact:
Terresa Ann DeMong
Manager, Diefenbaker Canada Centre
University of Saskatchewan
Tel: (306) 966-8382
Cell: (306) 260-956