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Over time, aquatic animals like capybaras, caimans and piranhas have developed different skills and features to help them move about, feed and detect their surroundings.
Collection: Nature Under Glass - Tropical Forest – In the Trees and in the Water
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
The Whalers and trade with the Natives
Collection: The Bishop Who Ate His Boots
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Christmas is personified in numerous and sometimes ambivalent ways because of the overlapping beliefs in different countries.
Collection: Christmas: Social Customs in France and Canada
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Since 1988, the tiny village of Rivière Éternité in the Saguenay Lac Saint Jean region, north of Quebec City, has held an annual international exhibition of Christmas crèches.
Collection: Christmas: Social Customs in France and Canada
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Nature in the Laurentian Forest changes constantly from one season to the next.
Collection: Nature Under Glass - Laurentian Forest
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Canadian-German Folk Art symbols on paper and decorative objects from the Canadian Museum of Civilization collection
Collection: Symbols in Canadian-German Folk Art
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Over time, aquatic animals like capybaras, caimans and piranhas have developed different skills and features to help them move about, feed and detect their surroundings.
Collection: Nature Under Glass - Tropical Forest – In the Trees and in the Water
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
The climate and landscape of Herschel Island made it difficult for some to survive, the native people’s ingenuity aided many westerners who ventured north.
Collection: The Bishop Who Ate His Boots
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Over time, aquatic animals like capybaras, caimans and piranhas have developed different skills and features to help them move about, feed and detect their surroundings.
Collection: Nature Under Glass - Tropical Forest – In the Trees and in the Water
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Comparison of Notman and Maciejewski’s photos of Dominion Square in 1898 and 1999.
Collection: Urban Life through Two Lenses: Summer and Fall 1999
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
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