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A Mother's War

A Mother's War

Carbonear Museum

The title for this exhibit, "A Mother's War," came from the pages of Clara Hawker's diaries. These diaries were school exercise books in which Clara wrote of everyday events for her sons to read when they returned from the war. She became involved in the...

A New Life for an Old Light

A New Life for an Old Light

West Point Lighthouse Museum

When the West Point Lighthouse Museum was established in 1984, part of its mandate was to tell the story of the West Point Lighthouse and to relate something of the history and culture of the area, especially as it pertained to the sea-faring aspects of...

A Northern Ontario Prairie c. 1910

A Northern Ontario Prairie c. 1910

Little Claybeld Homesteaders Museum

The Little Claybelt Homesteaders Museum explores the history and geography of the territory in an exhibition of documents, pictures and maps. With the year 1910 as its starting point, the retrospective delves into the accounts of the settlers and their...

A Pictorial from the Northeast Coast of Newfoundland

A Pictorial from the Northeast Coast of Newfoundland

French Shore Interpretation Centre

In 2002, Sr. Fabien Hennebury of St. John's bequeathed an extraordinary gift to the French Shore Historical Society. It was a series of remarkable photographs taken by her sister Angela and by her brother Fr. William Hennebury during his eight-year mission...

A Prairie Mountain Promenade

A Prairie Mountain Promenade

Prairie Mountain Regional Museum Inc.

A Prairie Mountain Promenade walks viewers through the history, showcased at the new Prairie Mountain Regional Museum (PMRM), of this region of Southwestern Manitoba. It begins with an explanation of the "Big Trail", as locals called the famous Fort Ellice...

A Retrospective of Artists in North Bay and Surrounding Areas

A Retrospective of Artists in North Bay and Surrounding Areas

White Water Gallery

This Community Memories exhibit celebrates the lives and artwork of 36 artists - among many others - who live, or have lived, in North Bay, Ontario and surrounding areas.

A Scholar's Garden

A Scholar's Garden

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Explore the cultural complexity and elegance embodied in Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's classical Chinese garden. The only Chinese garden created in the last century, this "Yi Yuan" or "Garden of Ease" is typical of the private spaces found within a Ming scholar's...

A Shape in Time: The Filberg Festival's 30-year History

A Shape in Time: The Filberg Festival's 30-year History

Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park

The Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park is nine acres of beautifully-landscaped grounds situated on the waterfront in the seaside town of Comox, BC on beautiful Vancouver Island.Saved from commercial developers in 1979 by members of an astute and far-sighted...

A Tough Pill to Swallow

A Tough Pill to Swallow

Sundre Pioneer Village Museum

Sundre, Alberta, is a well-established community of 2,500 people located on the edge of the Rocky Mountains. Today, residents of Sundre, situated 120 kilometres northwest of Calgary, and 100 kilometres southeast of Red Deer, can reach either of these...

A Walk Through the Prairie Past - The History of the Living Prairie Museum

A Walk Through the Prairie Past - The History of the Living Prairie Museum

Living Prairie Museum

With one foot in the past and another in the future, this Community Memories exhibit brings to life the people who lived on and around the Living Prairie Museum site: artists, scientists, farmers and city dwellers. There are stories from the naturalists...

A Window into the Regina Tornado of 1912

A Window into the Regina Tornado of 1912

Regina Plains Museum

On June 30 1912, Regina was the victim of the most destructive tornado in Canadian history, leaving 28 people dead and 2,500 homeless. This exhibit looks into the Regina tornado of 1912 and explores how the forces of nature shaped the spirit of a city.

A Year at Huble Homestead: 1915

A Year at Huble Homestead: 1915

Huble Homestead/Giscome Portage Heritage Society

It is the year 1915. This is the beginning of your stay at Huble Homestead, located at the south end of the portage on the Fraser River, 40 kilometers north of Prince George, British Columbia. Experience the life of an entrepreneurial family during the...

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