Snapshots of Canada

A travelling exhibition developed by the Canadian Museum of History and Canada’s History Society. Look for it in your city!

Posted May 1, 2017
This image shows a historic photograph with the exhibit title "Snapshots of Canada."

Explore unforgettable moments in our history through Snapshots of Canada, a new travelling exhibition that pairs compelling images with texts by well-known authors, journalists and historians. These iconic photographs, ranging from high drama to simple joy, are tangible reminders of the triumphs, failures and sacrifices that have shaped our country. The Snapshots of Canada exhibition is inspired by Canada’s History’s 2009 publication 100 Photos that Changed Canada and its 2011 sequel, 100 Days That Changed Canada.

Where to find Snapshots of Canada (continually updated):

July 19, 2018 to September 24, 2018

Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Edmonton – Inside version

Where Snapshots of Canada has been:

February 7, 2018 to April 2, 2018

Manitoba Museum – Inside version

May 18, 2017 to October 2, 2017

Canadian Museum of History – Outside version

If you are interested in having Snapshots of Canada travel to your city, review these details from the Canadian Museum of History.

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