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Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen
Get to know 20 visual artists and discover the wealth of artistic expression in Acadia. Image galleries and video interviews present the life, works and approach of the following contemporary artists: Marie Hélène Allain, Jacques Arseneault, Gerald...
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.
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.
Mary's Point Shorebird Reserve and Interpretive Centre/Nature NB
This museum features the flora found in the Grand Lake Meadows through virtual tours, habitat descriptions, a vascular plant database and interactive games for youth.
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...
Nature Centre of Mont Saint-Hilaire
Explore the beauty of Mont Saint-Hilaire Biosphere Reserve and its magnificent territory through interactive maps, short movies, in the tales of storytellers or through the lenses of photographers. Designated as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO since 1978,...
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...
La Société d'histoire du Lac-Saint-Jean
Houses tell the story of the people who built and then transformed them. They reflect their era and express their regional and cultural distinctiveness. Looking at house fronts, an attentive eye can identify construction details and the passage of time....
MacKenzie Art Gallery
Regina Clay: Worlds in the Making presents over 130 works by 14 artists. The exhibit examines how, in the late 1960s, clay came into its own as a sculptural medium in Regina and garnered international attention. Work presented includes the ceramic murals...
Vancouver Art Gallery
The largest, most comprehensive website on the artist Emily Carr. Featuring a searchable database of artworks, biographical and contextual texts, as well as educational resources for teachers and students.
Dubious Views addresses the role of the "institution" in terms of its effect on our understanding of place and identity. Through photo-based art, video and Web-specific projects, artists examine notions of public and private space, the tourism industry,...
Doig River First Nations
Dane Wajich- Dane-zaa Stories & Songs: Dreamers and the Land showcases Doig River First Nation (Dane-zaa) oral traditions. The Web exhibit teaches this group's history, culture and connection to the land through an exciting mix of video and sound clips,...