From Beaver Pelts to Bitcoin

March 9, 2019

Take a deep dive into Decoding E-Money’s interactive and educational timeline before donning your creative cap to design an original currency of your own.

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What’s in a Name?

An investigation into Inuit landscape with Archaeologist Colleen Hughes

January 16, 2019

Journey across the vast arctic landscape with Archaeologist Colleen Hughes as she reveals information that can be gleaned from Inuit place names and how it can shed light on the archaeological record.

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The Hunt

June 9, 2018 - November 3, 2018

What does it mean to hunt? Why do people still hunt in a time when food is easy to purchase?

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Passport to the Northwest Passage

November 17, 2018

In conjunction with the Canada Science & Technology Museum travelling exhibition, Echoes in the Ice-Finding Franklin`s Ship, uncover the mysteries of the ill-fated Franklin expedition at this family-fun program.

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Echoes in the Ice

Finding Franklin's Ship

November 17, 2018 - February 16, 2019

Ever since explorers began searching for a Northwest Passage over 400 years ago, the Arctic has been a fascinating and important area of study, rich with drama, adventure, even tragedy.

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John Asplund’s Robsart

May 20, 2017 - September 16, 2017

‘Uncle’ John Asplund arrived on the flat open lands south of the Cypress Hills in 1910. Like thousands of others of the early twentieth century, he saw an opportunity for his family, to own their land and grow a future from the soil.

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September 23, 2017 - December 30, 2017

The sweat-soaked smell of the locker room. The flick of the wrist-shot. The scream of the enthusiastic fans. For millions of Canadians, winter is synonymous with hockey — a sport integral to Canadian society.

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