Virtual Exhibits

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'Enemy Aliens': The Internment of Jewish Refugees in Canada, 1940-43

'Enemy Aliens': The Internment of Jewish Refugees in Canada, 1940-43

Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre

Through eyewitness testimony and artefacts, this exhibit explores a little-known chapter in Canada's national history: The wartime internment of approximately 2,300 civilian refugees of Nazism, most of them Jews. The internees' journey - from fascist...

A Journey to a New Land:En Route Vers un Nouveau Territoire

A Journey to a New Land:En Route Vers un Nouveau Territoire

SFU Museum of Archaeology

A Journey to a New Land is a scientific journey exploring the history of the Ice Age and the origin of the First Peoples in America. Produced with the aid of education professionals, this site includes different content for associated learning levels from...

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...

All Aboard! Exploring the Newfoundland Railway

All Aboard! Exploring the Newfoundland Railway

Railway Coastal Museum

The Railway Coastal Museum's Virtual Exhibit explores the fascinating story of Newfoundland's Railway Coastal Service which connected over a thousand little outports along 10,000 miles of coast. The construction of Newfoundland's narrow-gauge railway not...

Anno Domini: Jesus Through the Centuries

Anno Domini: Jesus Through the Centuries

Canadian Heritage Information Network

Explore the history of Jesus Christ and what has made him a worldwide Christian icon - "A man who belongs to the world". With Anno Domini, Jesus Through the Centuries, you can see the life Jesus led, and learn more about his struggles as the Lamb of God....

ArtPad: A Collection. A Connection

ArtPad: A Collection. A Connection

Glenbow Museum

ArtPad is a collection of contemporary art from the Glenbow Museum. Learn more about these Canadian artists and their art, ask questions, voice your opinion or create your own art online.

Artwork Awaiting Discovery

Artwork Awaiting Discovery

Maison Saint-Gabriel

Canadian artwork awaits discovery at the Maison Saint-Gabriel in Montreal! Explore the rich and varied history of Canadian art at this fine collection of Canadian artwork that spans the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Featuring artists from Lower Canada...

Asahi: Canadian Baseball Legends

Asahi: Canadian Baseball Legends

National Nikkei Museum and Heritage Centre

Do you know how to lay down a hit like the Asahis? These baseball players were champions, from Powell Street days 'til Internment. Here's the story of these popular Canadian heroes, levelling the playing field for Nikkei in Canada.

Back to Batoche

Back to Batoche

Gabriel Dumont Institute

This is an interactive tour on the colourful history and culture of the past and present Batoche. The website features video interviews with elders, video and photo highlights from the annual Back to Batoche festivals, Métis music, games, quizzes, photo...

Balance of Power: Hydroelectric Development in Southeastern British Columbia

Balance of Power: Hydroelectric Development in Southeastern British Columbia

Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History

The area's history has been transformed by development - both on the rivers and alongside them. The history of hydroelectric development in the area involved almost everything around us. The dams are the visible infrastructures, the stories of the people...

Beauty in the Beast | The Mill at Britannia Mine

Beauty in the Beast | The Mill at Britannia Mine

The BC Museum of Mining

On the West coast of British Columbia, Canada, the Mill at Britannia Mines remains an icon of what was once a great copper mine, which was among the largest in the world. Come explore this immense industrial building, one of the last of its kind in North...

Building Montréal

Building Montréal

Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Museum of archaeology and history

How would you go about developing Montreal, if you were using the same strategies and facing the many challenges that the city's real builders had to overcome? Take a trip back in time, through three key periods in Montreal's growth.

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