Monthly Archives: July 2011

It’s Hard to Get There from Here

The museum’s Director of Research and President visit Students on Ice expedition in remote Labrador. Continue reading

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MacKenzie’s Big Adventure!

MacKenzie the baby robin tells of his adventure and rescue after falling from his nest. Continue reading

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A New Family in the Hood

A robin nested on a staff-member’s office window-ledge: see the video and photos; read the blog post. Continue reading

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Beluga: My Favourite Extreme Mammal

Four Canadian Museum of Nature staff members have each adopted a favourite extreme mammal. Follow them in this blog to see what’s so special about these awesome creatures. You’ll be certain to have all the cool and extreme info on … Continue reading

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Sharing Our Vision: Greetings from Our New CEO

It’s been a little over one month since I arrived in Ottawa as the new President and CEO of the Canadian Museum of Nature. It is truly an honour and privilege to be part of the passionate, talented and committed … Continue reading

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History Lost and Found

Anyone who has spent time shuffling through old photos knows the truth of the maxim, “a picture is worth a thousand words”. This photo is a good example. It’s about 100 years old and is the only remaining image of … Continue reading

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