In honour of summer we share a chapter from Joyce Hillman Bezeau’s writings about her early years in Canada. It evokes a different time, a time when industrious war brides found practical solutions to a myriad of challenges and when small Canadian towns were liberally doused with DDT.
Read Blackflies →
Bring your dancing shoes to the Museum and learn one of the most popular and easy Latin dance forms, Bachata. Participants will learn the basic building blocks of Latin dance Dominican Bachata with Indhira Castillo of La Zona Dance Company.
Many immigrants feel like they really belong in Canada after receiving their citizenship. This specific moment holds a lot of power for many people, and we wanted to find a way to share that with our visitors. Would you pass the citizenship test?
The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 (the Museum) invites artists from across Canada to submit proposals for works to be included in an upcoming temporary exhibition entitled Canada: Day 1 Halifax. It will be presented in Halifax from March 17, 2017 to November 12, 2017.