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Toronto’s CN Tower is hosting REGALIA, Native Pride on the newly renovated main observation level until March 31.
Through 30 portraits, children, women and men dressed in colourful regalia tell their personal stories, as well as those of their people and their world view.
“We are very excited to host this photography exhibit, providing our guests with an opportunity to enjoy the culture and history of our Indigenous Peoples,” said Neil Jones, chief operating officer, CN Tower. REGALIA is an exhibit that all of our guests from around the world will enjoy. I invite Torontonians and Canadians to take this opportunity to visit the CN Tower and enjoy these inspiring, powerful images.”
To coincide with the exhibit, an Indigenous-themed menu is available in the 360 Restaurant, crafted by award-winning First Nation Chef David Wolfman and 360’s Executive Chef John Morris.
Admission to the exhibit is included with any CN Tower observation ticket or when dining in 360 Restaurant.
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