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On November 18,an earthquake measuring 7. Travelling at a speed of kilometres per hour, the tidal wave reached the Burin Peninsula at 7 p. Twenty odd buildings were all moved to the site: The Story of the Dugald Ladies Fashion Review Costume Museum of Canada This exhibit describes how a group of rural Manitoba women chose the feminine vehicles of clothing and accessories to ensure that the histories of their families and that of their community would not be lost.
Calling themselves the Dugald Ladies Fashion Thomas, one of the largest steamboats to be used in western Canada, steamed from its berth at Peace River in northern Alberta to Fort Fitzgerald on the Slave River where it was to be scrapped. This voyage was to mark the The Commonwealth Air Training Plan came to life in to Traditional Boat Building of Winterton Winterton Boat Building Museum Winterton, Newfoundland and Labrador, has a long boat building history tied to the settlement of the area and its traditional way of life.
Our exhibit shows the boats that were built here, their use in the inshore fishery, and the boat building skills that The Importance of Agriculture to Markham Markham Museum Between and the prosperity of agriculture in Markham Township acted as a strong foundation for a variety of technological and infrastructure developments in the area.
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In addition, the daily and seasonal rotations of agricultural life allowed for Examine images and artefacts from the collection of the North Bay Area Museum. Travel through time, from the birth of the community in through to Towns-past and present of South Central Saskatchewan Assiniboia and District Historical Museum The nearly sixty communities of this exhibit - hamlets, villages and towns, past and present - were built by the same people who settled in the districts and through the years worked and struggled to make a living and a real home for their families in the This exhibit shares the compelling story of a place that is much more than a We invite you to pull up a seat and listen to a story or two.
Join us in Business Car 4 where our retired railway storytellers gather together to reminisce.
A Railroaders' Life on the CP Toronto's Central Neighbourhood House: This partnership led to the mounting of a major photographic exhibition curated by the Museum's Carol The exhibit explores collective memory and individual grief by mapping homes in mourning, as well as official commemorative Canada's Cold War Museum was originally called Canadian Forces Station Carp, and its purpose was to house elements of the federal government in the event of a nuclear attack during the Cold War.
Commissioned by then Prime Minister John In the late s, the Bothwell economy boomed due to the discovery of "black gold" — oil.
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But with the decline in the oil production, Bothwell's This exhibit is a tribute to the men and women from our region who volunteered their services in these The families who settled there were mainly United Empire Through the Looking Glass: One hundred years of Women's Groups in the Eastern Townships Eastern Townships Resource Centre This exhibition discusses the role and heritage of women's groups in the Eastern Townships, from the establishment of the first Women's Institute, into the present day.
The key aspect is the establishment of a link between present-day women's groups Through the use of photography, this amateur photographer captured the lives and events of everyday individuals living in Saskatchewan from the late s to the early s. As a result, the social and A Blacksmith Museum The first snowfall of the season in Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador, and outside the Green Family Forge, men wait for the blacksmith to put winter shoes on their horses, a common sight in communities on Canada's East coast.
This exhibit follows the Much of the village's history has been told through the eyes and stories of men. This exhibit is an attempt to acknowledge the women who have lived in Bamfield over the years and The Winds of Change - Keremeos and the Similkameen Valley South Similkameen Museum If the original settlers of Keremeos could see it now, there is no doubt that they would be surprised by the changes in the area surrounding this south central British Columbia village.
The Similkameen Valley, located just below it, has seen the effects of The William Fairbairn House: In the early s, its shores also drew European pioneers, such as Scottish millwright William Relive the surprising history of this iconic venue that has welcomed athletes, soldiers, rock groups, politicians, and film crews.
You will see why it However, it had been officially negotiated during the summer of and it laid out the principles for peace. The Trail Blazers and the Cavalcades: The Story of Ste. Marie II — a story of tragedy, strength, and perseverance. Although this village was only occupied for one year, research has unearthed a rich story illuminating the early history of Indigenous The Story of Ruth: The Salmon Arm Museum was being offered a priceless gift.
The collection span a period of time, documenting rural life in the This stately home was occupied by the Fraser family for nearly years. When it became vacant in the s, the community came together to bring it back to life. The Sterling Flour Mill Sodbusters Archives and Museum Built by hand over an eleven month period back in the early 20th century, the Sterling Flour Mill soon became the "hub of the wheel" with spokes leading out to the surrounding district of Strome, Alberta.
Farmers came from miles around to have their wheat The Souls of Black Folk: Hamilton's Stewart Memorial Community Workers Arts and Heritage Centre During the 19th century, escaped slaves and free Blacks migrated to Canada with dreams of a better life, a world that promised both opportunities and obstacles.
African Canadians helped to forge Canada, yet by the end of the 19th century, increased The Sinking of the Valencia: Valencia sank off Vancouver Island inthe tragedy served as a catalyst for change.
To prevent such a disaster from ever happening again, dramatic improvements were soon made to navigation on the West coast of Vancouver Island. Where would you go? This exhibit captures the pioneering spirit of the Royal Engineer to Reeve: This exhibit tells the story of one of Canada's greatest showmen, who began his career as a lion tamer, and later started an exotic animal sideshow. By the s, Bingo These so-called underdogs beat out famed crews from Germany, The Story of Ste.
Marie II — a story of tragedy, strength, and perseverance. Although this village was only occupied for one year, research has unearthed a rich story illuminating the early history of Indigenous Listen to stories told by eel fishermen, experts and consumers, and discover this one-of-a-kind fishery. Now a luxury, this mysterious Discover the story of the design and construction of these shelters, and meet the people and organizations who brought This exhibit tells the story of how a group of young society girls came together in the s, with the mission of improving the quality of This exhibition explores the community-building activities of these groups, and their Shaped by two gold rushes since the s, this small mining town is now exploiting one of the largest goldfields in the country For others, however, it was a year of crisis.
Unexpectedly deprived of federal funding, some public hospitals were forced to close. This is the story of Kingston General Hospital, and the community that A passionate advocate of the settlement and economic development of the Laurentians, Father Labelle realized his ambitions as a builder with spirit and enthusiasm.
The exhibit explores collective memory and individual grief by mapping homes in mourning, as well as official commemorative The island was frequented by First Nations long before the arrival of settlers and the rise of Relive the surprising history of this iconic venue that has welcomed athletes, soldiers, rock groups, politicians, and film crews.
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You will see why it This exhibit shares the compelling story of a place that is much more than a This stately home was occupied by the Fraser family for nearly years. When it became vacant in the s, the community came together to bring it back to life.
On the Down Beat: This exhibit celebrates the growth and transformation of one of the oldest cultural institutions in the Niagara Region, along with an As the town grew, it welcomed immigrants, sailboats and steamers The Paper Mill Structures: Symbols of Vision and Innovation. Destination North Long a feature of waterfront communities across the country, paper mills in Canada are a dying breed. Marie, however, the former St. In addition to exploring The Birth of Rouyn and Noranda: A Mining Story Corporation de la Maison Dumulon In the s, the discovery of copper and gold in northwestern Quebec caused a mining rush that led to the birth of twin towns: The two emerged side by side from the northern woods, but developed very different personalities.
They would work for CP Rail, in the Arctic or as domestics The school opened the door for Canadian women in the 20th century to pursue a nursing career. Using oral recollections, writings, and This exhibit also shares some Forman Hawboldt — Inventor and Entrepreneur Chester Municipal Heritage Society Forman Hawboldt was an extraordinary inventor, entrepreneur and community builder with many enterprises and achievements to his credits.
Many never before seen photographs and objects are explained with brief texts that tell the truth behind a few "fishing stories". These diaries were school exercise books in which Clara wrote of everyday events for her sons to read when they returned from the war. She became involved in the In the late s, the Bothwell economy boomed due to the discovery of "black gold" — oil.
But with the decline in the oil production, Bothwell's Starting out as a stop-over in the Athabasca riverway and growing into the flourishing region it is now, the city has experienced significant change. The Catholic Church played an important It was used by the community for various events, until funding for a three part project was obtained. Part one involved the A Northern Ontario Prairie c. With the year as its starting point, the retrospective delves into the accounts of the settlers and their Farming - A way of Life in North Norfolk Manitoba Agricultural Museum This exhibit documents the history of their efforts, in particular the development of farming practices that are still used today.
It is richly documented with archival pictures from the Manitoba Agricultural Museum at Austin, which contains Canada's However, it had been officially negotiated during the summer of and it laid out the principles for peace.
Macdonald's railway in the late 19th century.
A Canadian Space Pioneer Okanagan Science Centre Bruce Aikenhead is one of the pioneers of the Canadian aerospace industry with over 40 years' experience in aerospace engineering and astronaut training development. Aikenheads's career as a systems engineer led him to work on illustrious projects such as