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Jul 01, 2015
Kingston, ON

The Museum of Health Care is proud to announce the opening of a new bilingual onsite exhibit titled A stubborn illness: the health of the Macdonald family. To celebrate we are hostin...

Event Host: Ashley Mendes or Diana Gore

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Jul 01, 2015 11:00 AM
Kingston, ON

The Museum of Health Care is proud to announce the opening of a new bilingual onsite exhibit titled A stubborn illness: the health of the Macdonald family. To celebrate we are hosting a free day of family-friendly activities and tours on Canada Day, July 1, 2015 from 11am until 4pm. Visitors will be able to discover how Sir John A. Macdonald influenced the development of health care in Kingston and learn interesting details about the diseases that affected his family. Children will take part in hands-on activities and crafts. Refreshments will be provided.

Event Host: Ashley Mendes or Diana Gore

Jul 02, 2015 2:00 PM
Gatineau, QC

During Canada History Week learn more about our heritage as Museum curators share fascinating information on important artifacts from the national collection. Duration: 15 minutes

Thursday, July 2: Our Flag at 50 with Dr. Forrest Pass
Friday, July 3: First Peoples Hall: An Ancient Bond with the Land with Dr. Jean-Luc Pilon
Monday, July 6: Magna Carta – Law, Liberty and Legacy with Bianca Gendreau
Tuesday, July 7: 1867 – Rebellion and Confederation with Dr. Jean-François Lozier
Free with Museum admission. Starting at 2 p.m. in the lobby.

Event Host: Canadian Museum of History

Jul 02, 2015 7:30 PM
Mount Pearl , NF

Admiralty House Communications Museum will be hosting the third presentation of its Speakers Series on Thursday, July 2nd! Dr.Mike O'Brien will be present "Marconi Goes to War: Wireless Telegraphy and the Royal Navy, 1914-1918." The presentation will be followed by snacks and refreshments provided by Admiralty House.

Event Host: Admiralty House and Communications Museum

 
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