The CN Centre and Kin Atrium are the homes of the latest public art murals. The murals were created to mark Canada’s 150th birthday and involved about 2000 residents. The mural near section G at the CN Centre is comprised of 1375 clay tiles that were painted by people of all ages. The mural that’s on display at the Kin depicts Mr. PG and a moose. Many of the tiles were painted by school children. Both murals were both funded by the government of Canada.