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The Trait-Carré of Charlesbourg: The Only Star-Shaped Village in Canada

The Trait-Carré of Charlesbourg: The Only Star-Shaped Village in Canada

Moulin des Jésuites

The virtual exhibit is about Charlesbourg's historic district, which is recognized as a model for heritage preservation. The main themes are the district's geographic layout, which is unique in Canada, its history, the way of life of its inhabitants,...

Through the Eyes of the Cree

Through the Eyes of the Cree

The Allen Sapp Gallery

Cree artist Allen Sapp captures Cree culture through his art and paintings. Recognized around the world as one of Canada's preeminent artists, Sapp maintains the Allen Sapp gallery in North Battleford (Saskatchewan), near the Red Pheasant Reservation where...

Trading Ideas

Trading Ideas

Musée huron-wendat

Discover First Nations of North America through their great trade gatherings. Learn about the lifestyles of the Iroquoian and Algonquin groups, their material cultures and, above all, their trading -of great importance in smoothing alliances among nations...

Urban Wildlife

Urban Wildlife

Musée de la nature et des sciences de Sherbrooke

The exhibition Urban Wildlife - Neighbouring Animals, produced by the Musée de la nature et des sciences de Sherbrooke, is divided into three sections.The section "Canadian Cities" presents the urban wildlife of the cities of the participating museums:...

Virtual Museum of Canadian Traditional Music

Virtual Museum of Canadian Traditional Music

University of Alberta Museums

The Virtual Museum of Canadian Traditional Music is an online resource for students, teachers and the public. It tells the stories of Canadians and their music, using educational stories and an extensive collection of digital resources including images,...

Warming Up: A Canadian History of Automated Heating and Social Change

Warming Up: A Canadian History of Automated Heating and Social Change

HVACR Heritage Canada Centre

Indoor heating played a significant yet under recognized role in the social and economic life of Canadians over the past 300 years. This exhibit endeavours for the first time to describe the evolution of heating from open fires to automated, enclosed-fire,...

Waters of life

Waters of life

Biophare

Lake Saint-Pierre was recognized as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 2000. Several of the territory's features led to this recognition, including the fact that this ecosystem is among the most studied by Canadian scientists. The virtual exhibition 'Waters...

Window on the Mont Saint-Hilaire Biosphere Reserve

Window on the Mont Saint-Hilaire Biosphere Reserve

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,...

You are here. 80 years of Canadian Geographic maps

You are here. 80 years of Canadian Geographic maps

Royal Canadian Geographical Society

You might say we have a thing for maps. Canadian Geographic and its precursor, the Canadian Geographical Journal, have been making them since 1930. Explore eight decades of mapping in this Virtual Museum Exhibit, complete with interactive features and a...

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