Mosaic Mural

What is the Mosaic Mural?

The Canada 150 Mosaic project was launched in 2015 to celebrate our 150th birthday, beginning the journey to complete 150 murals illustrating Canada’s cultural and geographical diversity.

The purpose of the project is to create a national mural including all provinces and territories, over 80,000 paintings and 150 individual murals that when united will form one gigantic mural mosaic. The mural, if ever connected would be over 365 meters wide (4 football fields) x 2.5 meters high (8 feet).

The mural will represent a cultural mosaic, a time capsule, a visual portrayal of history, an art masterpiece from the soul of the nation. An art piece that fifty years from now, may inspire another generation, who will in turn be able to celebrate through the mural, and maybe take it upon themselves to add to this memory.

Who is getting invloved?

Canadians from all areas of this great country are getting involved in this great Canada Wide Mural! Including, Jann Arden, Rick Mercer, Clara Huges, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Sam Roberts, Hon. Romeo Dallare, Music Group Walk off the Earth!. 

Contact The Recreation Department today To    ensure you get involved! 



We will be announcing the theme and dates of the Slave Lake Mural shortly!


Visit the Canada 150th Mosaic Website 

What are Canadians saying about the Canada 150th Mural Mosaic?

This project was funded by Canadian Heritage, and the Town of Slave Lake.

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