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To achieve this mission, Folklore Canada has set national
objectives of recognition, education, by creating
a dialogue for Canadians and safeguarding heritage.
Folklore Canada International is also active in terms
of developing projects, programs and services by offering
access to information, research, and a variety of
national publications. The organization is important
in the founding, establishing and production of numerous
cultural events and festivals, including the presentation
of high-quality cultural venues.
Moreover, a priority of Folklore Canada agenda takes
great measures in the lobbying of representation and
recognition of folk art as an intangible heritage
at the national political level.
of Cultural Inheritance
Though the countless programs and services provided
by the Folklore Canada International Resource Centre
and the Center of International Co-operation, its
members celebrate both their similarities and differences
among the various Canadian cultures: First Nation
Peoples, (Amerindians), Metes, both French and English-speakers,
Inuit, Acadian and of the multitude of ethno-cultural
communities present throughout Canada.