Journey to the Heart of the Huron-Wendat Way of Life

This presentation demonstrates how the Huron-Wendat Museum encourages empathy through its mission and values.
Hosted by Canada’s History Posted May 22, 2024
This presentation is in French.

Mélissa St-Pierre is the head of sales, communications, and customer experience at the Huron-Wendat Museum. Her mission is to promote a unique experience to a varied clientele and to highlight Wendat culture by ensuring that communicated information is adapted to a wide variety of audiences in connection with the Museum.

The Huron-Wendat Museum, inaugurated in 2008, is the national institution of the Wendat people, which ensures the conservation and promotion of their heritage. This presentation demonstrates how the museum encourages empathy through its mission and values. The unique experience enjoyed by visitors will be enriched with the museum’s new upcoming permanent exhibition, in addition to its commitment to becoming an ecologically responsible organization.

This presentation by Mélissa St-Pierre was part of the 16th Canada's History Forum, “Caring about the Past: Engaging with Historical Empathy,” which was held live via Zoom on April 25, 2024.

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