By Matteo Cimellaro Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Queen is dead. Is it now time for an Indigenous woman to take her place on the $20 bill? The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) is asking that question through its new art exhibition, “Change the Bill.” The concept for the exhibition began following the Queen’s death, as the decision of changing the figure on the back of the Canadian dollar loomed near, Irene Goodwin, NWAC’s director of policy and programs, culture and art, told Canada’s National Observer. An Indigenous woman has never been represented on a Canadian banknote, Goodwin explained. The exhibition, which runs from Jan. 20 to 28 at The Local Gallery in Toronto, is a call to action to promote reconciliation through art, according to an NWAC press
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