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National Child Day in the Senate
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National Child Day in the Senate
November 28, 2017

Senators welcomed hundreds of students to the Senate for an action-packed National Child Day celebration on November 21, 2017 that featured singing, dancing, comedy and acrobatics.

Members of UniGym Gatineau flip out during National Child Day in the Senate Chamber.

 

Senator Yonah Martin welcomes hundreds of young guests to the Senate.

 

Inuit throat singers Cailyn DeGrandpre, left, and Samantha Kigutak-Metcalfe try to make each other laugh during a performance.

 

From left, Senator Kim Pate, former senator Landon Pearson and senators Terry Mercer, Jim Munson and Raymonde Gagné celebrate National Child Day in the Red Chamber.

Cadets from the Navy League of Canada usher senators into the Red Chamber to kick off National Child Day celebrations.

Hand-picked volunteers act out scenes on the floor of the Red Chamber in an improv game led by members of Improv Embassy.

Members of Montreal’s Alex Manoogian school choir sing the National Anthem.