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Colour your way across Canada with CBC

To celebrate Canada Day, artists across the country have designed pages representing their provinces and territories to bring you CBC’s Great Canadian Colouring Book. Download Alberta’s colouring sheet, created by Calgary painter and muralist Michelle Hoogveld, here as you colour your way across Canada.

Artists across Canada have come together to bring you CBC’s Great Canadian Colouring book

To celebrate Canada Day, artists across the country have designed pages representing their provinces and territories to bring you CBC's Great Canadian Colouring Book. 

Calgary painter and muralist Michelle Hoogveld worked with CBC Edmonton and CBC Calgary to create an illustration for the colouring book that encompasses Alberta from north to south and everything in between.

Download Alberta's colouring sheet, created by Calgary painter and muralist Michelle Hoogveld, below as you colour your way across Canada.

Download CBC's Great Canadian Colouring Book

Step 1: Click here to download and print CBC's Great Canadian Colouring Book. For best results, print pages using black and white settings.

Step 2: Get out your best crayons or markers and colour away!

Step 3: Have fun! Decorate your windows with your artwork or share on your social media accounts with the hashtag #cbcmycanadaday.

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About the Alberta artist
Alberta artist Michelle Hoogveld's work features compositions of geometric, figurative and abstracted elements, Michelle’s work continues to explore human emotion and its relationship to our surroundings. (Submitted by Michelle Hoogveld )

Michelle Hoogveld is a Canadian painter and muralist, working with private collectors, designers, and in public spaces internationally. Known primarily for her vibrant use of colour, Michelle's work is inspired by who we are as people, the places we encounter and the connections we form with others. Featuring compositions of geometric, figurative and abstracted elements, Michelle's work continues to explore human emotion and its relationship to our surroundings. With experience working in Canada, the United States, Peru, Mexico, Germany, Portugal and England, Michelle is rapidly making her mark incorporating visual art into urban spaces. Michelle received her Bachelor of Science in Visual Communication and Design with distinction from Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida and her Bachelors of Education specializing in Art from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. See more of her work here.

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