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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...

Conservation in Action

Conservation in Action

Vancouver Aquarium

Conservation in Action is a behind-the-scenes tour of the Vancouver Aquarium's research programs. Geared towards youth (and the young at heart), the website is full of fascinating information, exciting games and dynamic videos that showcase the efforts of...

Echoes from the Past

Echoes from the Past

Université de Montréal Exhibit Center

The prehistory of Quebec is explored in this rich multimedia virtual exhibit. Working on prehistoric archaeological sites from across Quebec, archaeologists from the Université du Québec à Montreal have uncovered centuries of historic objects from First...

Flyover Lake Saint-Pierre

Flyover Lake Saint-Pierre

Centre d'interprétation du patrimoine de Sorel

Flyover Lake Saint-Pierre presents the main characteristics that led UNESCO to recognize this lake as a biosphere reserve. You will discover the constant evolution of this unique and natural environment throughout the seasonal changes.

Pirates or Privateers? Boarding on the St. Lawrence

Pirates or Privateers? Boarding on the St. Lawrence

Maritime Museum of Quebec; Naval Museum of Québec

Explore the history of the privateers of the St. Lawrence in this exhibit. Privateers influenced not only military conflicts, but also daily lives. For the first time ever, discover their history: how were they perceived? Ask Mr. Robin, a merchant from...

The Force in the North

The Force in the North

MacBride Museum

The story of the Mounties in the Yukon is told through the eyes of the men who served in the North. The romance of the North is illustrated with movies, photos and stories. Life is described in video interviews with retired Mounties and their families....

The Commissariat 3D Reconstruction Project

The Commissariat 3D Reconstruction Project

Paul Amirault

The Rideau Canal starts at the Ottawa Locks and stretches to connect Kingston, Ontario, with Montreal, Quebec. Built to aid in the defense of Canada, the canal opened in 1832. Designed by the Royal Engineers under Lt. Colonel John By, the Rideau Canal took...

Céilidh air Cheap Breatunn

Céilidh air Cheap Breatunn

Highland Village Museum/An Clachan Gàidhealach

The Gaelic culture of Cape Breton has a legacy that goes back thousands of years. Gaelic-speaking Scottish Highlanders began coming to the island's shores more than two hundred years ago. To this day, the ages-old Gaelic culture rings strong and true. In...

History of the Basilica: From Cornerstone to Consecration

History of the Basilica: From Cornerstone to Consecration

Basilica Cathedral Museum

This site chronicles the building of the Basilica-Cathedral in St. John's (Newfoundland) between 1837 and 1855. It was the determination of Irish immigrants making a new life in Newfoundland that brought the project to completion. These events were...

Healing Power of Plants

Healing Power of Plants

Coalition of Canadian Healthcare Museums and Archives

Discover the healing power of plants and the role they play in common items found inside your medicine cabinet. Medicinal plants have been used for years in Mohawk, Chinese and in many other cultures, and these plants have been refined into common...

The Dewdney Trail

The Dewdney Trail

Nelson and District Museum, Archives, Art Gallery and Historical Society

In the 19th century, British Columbia or New Caledonia as it was known then, was aflood with gold fever as people rushed to take their stake of the unrivaled fortunes. One gold strike at the mouth of the Pend d'Oreille River happened to capture the...

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...

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