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Free-space pages: Canada Project

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This is a collection of Canadian free-space pages to help WikiTree members share and manage this information.

If you know of any additional free space pages which could be added here, please contact one of the Leaders or Project Coordinators of the Canada Project.

Contents

WikiTree-wide space pages of interest to Canada Project

Canada-wide space pages

Regional & Project space pages

Atlantic Canada space pages

Atlantic Canada Resource pages

Atlantic Canada Place pages

Ontario space pages

Ontario place pages

Québec space pages

Québec place pages

Western Canada space pages





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posted by Melanie Paul
Any time an image is included in a private profile, the image itself becomes privacy-protected. Try using this one: https://www.wikitree.com/photo/png/Flags_of_Canada-18, and don't hesitate to reach out if you have any more questions!
posted by Laurie Giffin
I thought it was the other way around. That to be able to see an image, it needed to be on at least one public (green lock would do) profile/space page. To check this, could you (anyone who is reading this) please check this image. Thanks!

I've just attached it to a black locked profile, but as I can see the profile, I can see the image.

posted by Melanie Paul
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