In the 1950s if you were a young British man looking for employment, Canada wanted you. If you happened to be bright and handsome, it didn’t hurt either! Four young men who stepped off the Scythia on March 29, 1953 at Pier 21 possessed these characteristics and more.Read their story >
Are you ready to prepare for the Canadian citizenship test? Let us help you! Take part in eight weekly sessions of guided study, led by an experienced Museum educator. The Museum’s Canadian Citizenship Test Preparation Course follows the Discover Canada official study guide published by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Check out Steve’s most recent blog: Take Historical Perspectives.
Part six of an interesting series of posts from our historians regarding the historical process here at the Museum.
Hear from immigrants and refugees around the country about their diverse experiences settling in Canada. Watch beCOMING Canada video interviews from our partner, Passages to Canada.
Visit http://passagestocanada.com for more engaging resources.
Are you trying to locate a family member or ancestor's immigration record? Our Scotiabank Family History Centre offers remote research services. If you aren’t able to visit us in person, you can send us your research request online.
Looking for the perfect venue for your holiday party? The Museum’s historic charm and incredible service make it the ideal setting for your special event. Dates are available between now and December 13, 2013.