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Canada’s 6th national museum collects, shares and pays tribute to the Canadian immigration story. Pier 21 was the gateway to Canada for one million immigrants.
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Philippe Marchand 13h
Exceptionnelle & émouvante visite au Musée canadien de l'immigration . Tant d'histoires sur ce que les personnes immigrantes et réfugiées ont dû abandonner pour traverser au Canada, avec leur vie dans une valise. À VOIR, pour ouvrir les horizons de certaines personnes...
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CDN Mus Immigration 16h
The starts here! Our team is excited to be a part of Make sure to come say hello at our booth and discover all the great activities and events we have planned for the Fall
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Mosaic Festival Halifax 17h
We are excited to share that will be joining us at on Saturday August 18 Vendor fair opens at 10am and the parade starts at 2pm
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CDN Mus Immigration 17h
"So would I have given up my residence, given up my to become ? Perhaps. I didn’t have to make this choice so it's hard for me to say." (in French)
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PronunciationSuccess Aug 15
I can't wait to meet everyone at the on Sept 7, 2018 Thanks to for inviting me to speak.
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CDN Mus Immigration Aug 15
"I also love the history of the , of because the Acadians, it's like—how can I say this? It's a culture—that was able to endure large tragic events and knew how to adapt."
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CDN Mus Immigration Aug 15
"Any trip to Halifax should include a stop at the Canadian Museum of Immigration " What an honour! Thank you
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Steven Schwinghamer Aug 14
Sneaking a peek at new book by colleague (from ) on Czech to Canada during the Cold War... Congratulations Jan!
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Michael Casasola Aug 14
Saw the exhibit again this weekend in . Runs until 11 November. Love the visitor comments on the impacts refugees have had on their lives and communities.
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Caroline Saunders Aug 12
Fascinating to visit Canadian Museum of Immigration. One million people began their life in Canada at harbour from 1938 to 1971.
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Marie Chapman Aug 13
Hello from the east coast and more importantly from the place where arrived with his family. Such a great story. I look forward to the arrival of two shirts, one for me and one for my son who plays high school football!
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CDN Mus Immigration Aug 13
Next week, we unveil a new pop-up exhibit to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the . Join us for the opening
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Tareq Hadhad Aug 11
Thanks for visiting our family , this place is where we started making our first "peaces", built & opened Aug 2016 with the full support of till we opened the big factory in 2017. Just incredible what a community support to newcomers can do.
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Alison Z Aug 9
Happy 85th birthday to my grandfather - tour guide extraordinaire! 🎂🎉❤️
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CDN Mus Immigration Aug 12
Kosovar refugee children enjoying the sprinkler at Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Gagetown, New Brunswick, 1999.
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CDN Mus Immigration Aug 11
Scottish immigrant and Reverend Arthur Morris with his family in Grand Bay, New Brunswick, circa 1956
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CDN Mus Immigration Aug 10
A group of C.O.R.B. (Children's Overseas Reception Board) children on board SS Bayano, August 1940. CORB evacuated 2,664 British children from England during and many came to Canada.
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CDN Mus Immigration Aug 10
Fascinating interview with on about the and the Museum's upcoming pop-up exhibit. This year marks the 50th of the Prague Spring.
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