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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Aleesa Cohene: I Don’t Get It

Edited together from footage from hundreds of major Hollywood films made since 2001, the storyline is a new but all too familiar one: a white character seeks to empower characters of colour, but ultimately reveals their motivations as self-serving.
February 10 - April 8 2018
Level 4 Art Gallery

Ace Academy Flight Experience

Try your hand at piloting a First World War Sopwith Camel biplane through an air battle. A truly immersive experience from the Canada Aviation & Space Museum.
July 21, 2017 - July 15, 2018
Level 2

The Life and Death of the S.S. Florizel

Heather Elliott will be here to talk us through the history of the ship, the disaster, and the investigation into her demise.
Thursday, February 22
2:30pm
The Rooms Theatre
Included with the cost of regular admission
The Trail of the Caribou in Trench Maps

The Trail of the Caribou in Trench Maps

A rich source for understanding the military role of our First World War troops.
May 13, 2014 – June 2017
Level 3, Inside Archives Reference Room
Here, We Made A Home

Here, We Made A Home

This gallery offers insight into the unique culture and people of our province.
Level 4, The Elinor Gill Ratcliffe Gallery

BEAUMONT-HAMEL AND THE TRAIL OF THE CARIBOU

The stories of those who served in the First World War will live on here.
Level 2 Museum
From This Place: Our Lives on Land and Sea

From This Place: Our Lives on Land and Sea

A showcase of how different cultures have connected to shape this province.
Level 4, The Husky Energy Gallery
Haootia Quadriformis: The World’s Oldest Muscular Animal

Haootia Quadriformis: The World’s Oldest Muscular Animal

Meet the oldest complex animal fossil ever found anywhere.
Ongoing
Level 3, Connections Gallery
Talamh an Éisc: The Fishing Ground

Talamh an Éisc: The Fishing Ground

This exhibition introduces the Irish who have been here since the 1600s.
Ongoing
Level 4
An Tine Beo: The Living Tradition

An Tine Beo: The Living Tradition

Uncover your own Irish roots at this information kiosk.
Ongoing
Level 3, Archives Reference Room