The Aire Banque Nationale: Trous de mémoire, an original creation designed by the Paprika studio.

National Bank and Aires Libres continue their successful partnership

On this International Day Against Homophobia, National Bank is proudly renewing its partnership in 2013 with Aires Libres for three additional years.

This union, which began in 2009, is just one more example of how the Bank plays a part in making our society more inclusive.

Make diversity a priority
“National Bank is pleased to showcase diverse talents and profiles, and this can be seen through our partnership with Aires Libres, our inclusive human resources practices and our engagement in the community. All these complementary activities and aspects bring great wealth to our organization,” said Lise-Anne Amyot, Vice-President – Brand Image and Data Governance at National Bank.

Trous de mémoire at the Aire Banque Nationale
National Bank will once again have a strong presence at this artistic event, which this year runs from May 13 to September 2. The Aire Banque Nationale, which is located at St-Catherine East and Wolfe, features the art installation Trous de mémoire, an original creation designed by the Paprika Studio.

The new events featured this year include an art contest, and the winner’s artwork will be displayed in our Aire in 2014.

A spectacular art at the National Bank branch in Place Dupuis
Lastly, a special mention goes to the brightly-coloured urban makeovers given to locations by Montreal artist Dominique Pétrin. Visitors are invited to discover a part of her spectacular art at the National Bank branch in Place Dupuis, at the corner of St-Catherine East and St-Hubert, as of May 20.

Links:
Learn more about the International Day Against Homophobia
Aires Libres website
Learn more about the Aire Banque Nationale
Dominique Pétrin website

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