One Canada: Diefenbaker’s Vision is an exhibit produced by the Diefenbaker Canada Centre which sparks conversations with visitors about nationalism, identity, human rights, and how we as Canadians view our country as a unified nation.
Un Canada Uni: la vision de Diefenbaker. Une exposition produite par le Diefenbaker Canada Centre. « Je veux que les Canadiens aient un sens transcendant du but national .... Pour préserver notre indépendance, pour rétablir notre unité, une politique qui … respectera les droits des provinces et, en même temps, aidera à réaliser... Un Canada uni » . – Diefenbaker, 1958
Exhibit is displayed in both English and French.
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The Diefenbaker Canada Centre looks forward to welcoming the public back into our exhibits as safely as possible. Tickets are available to pre-purchase for scheduled tours of the Diefenbaker Canada Centre’s exhibits galleries. Groups are limited to 20 people per tour.
All individuals ages 12 and older attending USask events or activities (including those organized by the Diefenbaker Canada Centre) are required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. Due to the recent public health changes in Saskatchewan there are now different standards for COVID-19 testing for events and activities on campus.
Effective Oct. 1, 2021, the vaccination and testing credentials for USask events include:
- Fully Vaccinated – participants to provide proof of vaccination through QR-code or approved documentation.
- Participants who are not fully vaccinated and attending an event covered by the Provincial Public Safety Order - including ticketed events, indoor dining/bar, fitness facilities, concert and live music - participants must provide either a negative test result from a certified COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, a certified point-of-care antigen test or any COVID-19 test approved by the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
In addition to complying with the university's requirements, all visitors must wear disposable, three ply masks while in the building. These measures aim to minimize health risks to all when on the University of Saskatchewan campus.