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Ten Million Stories about Canada

Together, the 10 million objects in our collections occupy five hockey rinks’ worth of space. Individually, each one tells a story and inspires wonder toward the natural world. Continue reading

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Preparing an Educational Activity Takes Imagination in Action!

Trapped! introduced our visitors to the world of insects. Step behind the scenes with Catherine Bouchard to learn how she created this activity. Continue reading

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Hungry much?

Up until now all the action in the water gallery has been in the freshwater tank. I know the exhibit designers, builders and animal care specialists might not agree with me – they’ve been furiously planning behind the scenes! But, … Continue reading

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The Education Department helps out with The Water Project

The new permanent Water gallery is just one part of a larger water project at the museum.  The Education department is participating by developing new programming and collaborating with teachers across the country to create new learning resources.   “Water in … Continue reading

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