Castlegar residents have until June 26 to submit their material for the video. File photo

City of Castlegar asks residents to submit photos or videos for Canada Day video

Local company Stacked Films will make the video with the submitted material

The City of Castlegar is asking residents to submit photos and videos to help make a celebratory video for Canada Day.

Residents can submit material to the city online by June 26 that showcases why Castlegar and Canada is important to them.

“With the chaos and uncertainty that 2020 has brought, the city want to take this opportunity to celebrate with the community and try something new,” said the city in a statement.

The video will debut on social media on June 30 and is being made by Castlegar-based Stacked Films.

The Canadian government is providing a $1,250 grant to help make the film.

READ MORE: PHOTOS: Castlegar celebrates Canada Day


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