b'The Canadian First World War Internment Recognition FundNew and ongoing projects across Canada include the following:British Columbia:The Critical Thinking Consortiums implementation support for the CFWWIRF/TC2 teaching and learningmaterials to increase awareness to teachers in social studies and history classes through direct outreach and webinars along with student online learning resources; Cherryville & Area Historic Society Okanagan Monument Restoration project; Sarah Beaulieu report on WW1 Internment Artefacts for a Virtual Museum project and the excavation of the Monashee Internment camp; and On This Spot Virtual Walking Tours of the British Columbia internment camps;Alberta:Muse St. Paul Museum display of the Canadian War Museum exhibit, Enemy Aliens; and the Canadian Motorcycle Tourism Association showcasing the Grand Prairie internment monument;Manitoba:The Kerri Parnell internment art exhibit, Pause In Plight; and Brandon Universitys virtual reality experience of the Brandon internment camp; andOntario:Game Nation Inc. augmented reality map of Canadas first national internment camps distribution to schools across Canada;Marinel Mandres research, Ich Bin ItalianoThe Internment of Trentini, Tirolesi Triestini in Canada during the First World War: , and; The Canadian Museum of History exhibition, Lost Liberties in Canada in Times of Crisis, 19141970; Guerrilla Films dramatic science fiction television series entitled, Magpie;Game Nation Inc. Radio documentary; Aneliya Basheva research project on the internment of Bulgarians; Christ The Saviour Orthodox Church internment memorial, Troitsia; and Lesia Maruschaks production of a rare artists book, and a commercial limited-edition book, both entitled, This Land Was Made For You And Me. Fourteen grant projects came to fruition during2020-2021 in the following locales across the country: British Columbia:The Vernon & District Family History Society submitted a completed manuscript for publishing on the Vernon andarea internment camps along with commemoration of the closing of the internment operations on June 20th; Internee Descendant, Louise Kilby, completed a personal memoir My great Grandfather Pawlo Laszewski:I never knew him; the Fernie Museum provided a report on the affected communities of the Enemy Alien designation in the Elk Valley;Alberta:The Galt Museum & Archives displayed the Canadian War Museum exhibit, Enemy Aliens and created a permanent exhibit on the Lethbridge Internment Camp along with an Artefact Digitization and Educational Program;The Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation national advertisement of the closing of the internment operations on June 20th, and the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Alberta Provincial Council commemoration of the closing of the internment operations; Manitoba:The Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Manitoba Provincial Council held a commemoration of the closing of the internmentoperations;Ontario:KUMF Gallery hosted the National Internment Art Exhibit, Pause in Plight by Kerri Parnell; Lesia Maruschaks textile installation White ShadowsOh Canada! Oh Canada! , from the Project;Game Nation Inc. created an augmented reality map of Canadas first national internment camps which is currently being distributed to schools across Canada; Ukrainian Canadian Congress National commemoration of the closing of the internment operations on June 20th; Ridna Shkola UNF Toronto West Enemy Aliens book by Kassandra Luciuk for students;andQuebec:The Canadian Centre for the Great War Museum public education online exhibit entitled, Quebec during Canadas firstnational internment operations.28 ShevchenkoFoundationAnnualReport/'