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Living Traditions: The Kwakwaka’wakw Potlatch on the Northwest Coast

Living Traditions: The Kwakwaka’wakw Potlatch on the Northwest Coast

U'mista Cultural Society

Many believe that a rich and powerful person is someone who owns a lot. The Kwakwaka’wakw, on the other hand, believe that the rich and powerful are those who give the most away. Since time immemorial, the Kwakwaka'wakw have hosted potlatch ceremonies,...

Magnificent Rocks

Magnificent Rocks

New Brunswick Museum

This exhibit from the New Brunswick Museum will highlight ten of the province's best geology stories through a billion years of history. Each of the stories will weave together the geology, history of life, scientific exploration and mining. The learning...

Media Art

Media Art

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Media artworks (artworks that rely on a technological component to function) have introduced new installation and conservation challenges for museums. Showcasing a selection of Canadian media artworks from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA), this...

Miguasha National Park: From Water to Land

Miguasha National Park: From Water to Land

Miguasha National Park

This site offers a unique scientific adventure to discover fossilized fish, plants and the paleo environment protected by the Miguasha National Park, a World Heritage Site. These fossils, dated from 380 million years ago, allowed paleontologists to explain...

Mt. Logan: Canadian Titan

Mt. Logan: Canadian Titan

Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre

Come explore Mount Logan, the tallest mountain in Canada and the second tallest in North America. Mount Logan is one of the largest mountains on Earth with eleven peaks protruding from the colossal hunk of rock and ice.

Nametau innu: Memory and knowledge of Nitassinan

Nametau innu: Memory and knowledge of Nitassinan

Musée régional de la Côte-Nord

Nametau innu: Memory and knowledge of Nitassinan is a virtual exhibit dedicated to the Innu nation in which elders pass on their skills and knowledge to younger generations. The site is split into four sections - First steps; A Guided Tour into the Innu...

Narrative Threads: Crafting the Canadian Quilt

Narrative Threads: Crafting the Canadian Quilt

Textile Museum of Canada

Become part of the Great Canadian Quilt. Produced by the Textile Museum of Canada in conjunction with local museums across the country, this exhibit showcases a rich and diverse array of handicrafts and folk art, reflecting their role in shaping the...

Nature Under Glass

Nature Under Glass

Montréal Biodôme

Discover the incomparable beauty of some of the world's most diverse and unique ecosystems at Montreal's world-famous Biodome. Sheltering five real life ecosystems, the Biodome offers glimpses of life in the most extreme ecosystems; from the Antarctic to a...

Nikkei Tapestry: Japanese Canadians in Southern Alberta

Nikkei Tapestry: Japanese Canadians in Southern Alberta

Galt Museum & Archives

Nikkei Tapestry explores the history of four generations of Japanese Canadians in southern Alberta: the Issei, Nisei, Sansei, and Yonsei. This exhibit also includes the story of the Idosha who were relocated from the west coast of Canada during the Second...

North-West Mounted Police - A Tradition in Scarlet

North-West Mounted Police - A Tradition in Scarlet

The Galt

Samuel Benfield Steele was one of the first to join the North-West Mounted Police, back in 1873. By the time he retired after forty years of service, Samuel had served all across Canada. This Community Memories exhibit tells the story of the places and...

Northern People, Northern Knowledge

Northern People, Northern Knowledge

Canadian Museum of Civilization

The First Canadian Arctic Expedition ranks as one of the boldest undertakings in the history of exploration. Leaving Nome, Alaska, in the summer of 1913, these Canadian explorers mapped most of Arctic Canada. Aided by the Inuit, the scientists travelled by...

Nunavik: A Land, Its People

Nunavik: A Land, Its People

LRRM/OICRM, Faculty of Music, Université de Montréal

Covering nearly half a million square kilometres, Nunavik is the ancestral home to Canada's Inuit living in Quebec. For the last four thousand years, the Nunavimmiut have lived off the land by developing unique adaptive strategies to survive in a harsh...

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