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The Work of the Blacksmith - Green Family Forge, Trinity, NL

The Work of the Blacksmith - Green Family Forge, Trinity, NL

Green Family Forge: A Blacksmith Museum

The first snowfall of the season in Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador, and outside the Green Family Forge, men wait for the blacksmith to put winter shoes on their horses, a common sight in communities on Canada's East coast. This exhibit follows the...

The World at Our Doorstep

The World at Our Doorstep

Whitney Pier Historical Museum

Industrial Cape Breton has changed drastically over the last decade: municipal units were amalgamated into the new Cape Breton Regional Municipality; the steel plant closed in 1999, and the coal mines were shut down in 2000. As a result, the social and...

Through the Eyes of Everett Baker

Through the Eyes of Everett Baker

Grand Coteau Heritage and Cultural Centre

Everett Baker had a passion for Saskatchewan people, places, and events. Through the use of photography, this amateur photographer captured the lives and events of everyday individuals living in Saskatchewan from the late 1930s to the early 1970s. He...

Through the Looking Glass: One hundred years of Women's Groups in the Eastern Townships

Through the Looking Glass: One hundred years of Women's Groups in the Eastern Townships

Eastern Townships Resource Centre

This exhibition discusses the role and heritage of women's groups in the Eastern Townships, from the establishment of the first Women's Institute, in 1911, to the present day. The key aspect is the establishment of a link between present-day women's groups...

Thunder Bay Military Museum History Series: HMCS GRIFFON

Thunder Bay Military Museum History Series: HMCS GRIFFON

Thunder Bay Military Museum

Long before the Ontario towns of Port Arthur and Fort William joined forces to become the city of Thunder Bay, the Canadian Navy had a strong presence there in the form of the Sea Cadets and the Naval Reserve Division, HMCS Griffon. This retrospective...

Timber to Tall Ships Our Parrsborough Shore

Timber to Tall Ships Our Parrsborough Shore

Age of Sail Heritage Centre

This exhibit reveals how the communities along Nova Scotia's Parrsboro Shore up to Apple River grew and flourished in the 1800s, alongside the lumber and ship-building industries in the area. The families who settled there were mainly United Empire...

To Honour Those Who Served

To Honour Those Who Served

The Beaches Heritage Centre

The province of Newfoundland and Labrador has a proud and distinguished record of involvement in the major world conflicts of the 20th century. This exhibit is a tribute to the men and women from our region who volunteered their services in these...

Tobacco: The Green Gold of the Bothwell Sand Plains

Tobacco: The Green Gold of the Bothwell Sand Plains

Bothwell-Zone Oil Museum

Bothwell, known for its dry-sandy soil, was a perfect candidate to grow this newly discovered "green gold". In the late 1800s, the Bothwell economy boomed due to the discovery of "black gold" – oil. But with the decline in the oil production, Bothwell's...

Top Secret: The Lives of Employees at CFS Carp

Top Secret: The Lives of Employees at CFS Carp

Diefenbunker, Canada's Cold War Museum

The Diefenbunker: Canada's Cold War Museum was originally called Canadian Forces Station Carp, and its purpose was to house elements of the federal government in the event of a nuclear attack during the Cold War. Commissioned by then Prime Minister John...

Topography of Grief – Mapping the Great War Dead in London, ON (1914–1921)

Topography of Grief – Mapping the Great War Dead in London, ON (1914–1921)

The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum, MA Public History Program, UWO

Like many other Canadian cities, London, Ontario, felt the impact of the trench warfare fought in Europe between 1914 and 1918. The exhibit explores collective memory and individual grief by mapping homes in mourning, as well as official commemorative...

Toronto's Central Neighbourhood House: 100 Years in the Making

Toronto's Central Neighbourhood House: 100 Years in the Making

Cabbagetown-Regent Park Museum

The Cabbagetown Regent Park Community Museum established a partnership with Toronto's Central Neighbourhood House during CNH's Centennial in 2011. This partnership led to the mounting of a major photographic exhibition curated by the Museum's Carol...

Tough Railroaders, Rough Railroad

Tough Railroaders, Rough Railroad

Revelstoke Railway Museum

Welcome to the Revelstoke Railway Museum's Community Memories exhibit. We invite you to pull up a seat and listen to a story or two. Join us in Business Car #4 where our retired railway storytellers gather together to reminisce.A Railroaders' Life on the...

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