OTTAWA, Feb 5 (LSN)—Heritage Canada released a poster-calendar to MPs for 1998 which was designed to be a guide to “events and dates which have a particular significance for our heritage and identity as a nation.” However, the calendars omit the feasts of Easter and Christmas. The calendar was also intended for distribution to schools and other organizations to promote “days, weeks and months of heritage significance.”  Heritage Minister Sheila Copps admitted to reporters this week that omitting such important days was a mistake, and they will be revised for school distribution. The posters, which cost $2 each to produce,  included “important” days such as the International Children’s Day of Broadcasting, World Book and Copyright Day, Earth Day, Earth Week, National Volunteer Week and National Wildlife Week.