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Lively, well-attended groundbreaking ceremony at Small Arms Building, June 17, 2017

A well-attended June 17, 2017 event at the historic Small Arms Inspection Building in Mississauga began with a series of lively presentations, followed by a most enjoyable groundbreaking ceremony.

The ceremony marks the beginning of the repurposing of the historic Small Arms Building as a creative hub, which – as noted in a 2017 City of Mississauga news release – “will support community, culture, arts, and heritage uses.”

 

Technical note

After these videos, I’ve learned to bring always along a tripod to steady my camera when using telephoto during vide recordings.¬†For the videos that I took on this occasion, I’ll find a way to re-edit the recordings, that I made at the June 17, 2017 Small Arms Groundbreaking Ceremony, in a way that I can tell the story while keeping the images smooth and stable!

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Jaan Pill photo

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