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On September 3, 1939, the Athenia was sunk by a U-boat U30. Of the 1,103 passengers and 305 crew, 112 people died. In their own words, Vivian Hunt and Philip Gunyon recount their ordeal and rescue →

Our travelling exhibition, Canada: Day 1, supported by RBC, will be at the Western Development Museums: Moose Jaw until May.

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Would You Pass The Test?

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?

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Nocturne 2016 at the Museum

Nocturne 2016 at the Museum will highlight issues in immigration, migration and naval immigration history. The three artists participating at the Museum will each provide a unique perspective and vision to frame these subjects inspired by the theme “Motive”.

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