Who we are is shaped by where we live. Where we live is shaped by who we are. This is the essence of the Museum’s upcoming exhibition, Migrating Landscapes. Visit us from May 28 to October 27, 2013 to experience how migrations, and the simultaneous process of settling and being unsettled is expressed through the built environment that surrounds us.
Midsummer is a special time of celebration in Scandinavian culture and the tradition dates back to the Viking age. To celebrate Midsummer, come try your hand at Viking Wire Weaving!
May is Asian Heritage Month, which offers all Canadians an opportunity to learn more about the history of Asian Canadians and to celebrate their contributions to the growth and prosperity of Canada.
Explore the Passages to Canada Digital Archive and learn about the personal experiences of immigrants who have chosen Canada as their home. Read immigration stories, listen to audio clips of firsthand experiences and check out special photos. The archive includes accounts about Life Before Canada, The Journey, Adjusting to Canada and What Canada Means to You.
Discover the story of William, who came to Canada for economic opportunities. (Stories appear in language submitted).
From May 4 to June 23, 2013 at the Museum, come discover The Odyssey of Wawel’s Treasures 1939-1961/Odyseja Skarbów Wawelskich 1939-1961, an exhibition that tells the story of how these treasures found their way to Canada and back to Poland.