Exhibitions: Enemy Aliens

This exhibition explores Canada’s internment operations that began during the First World War. “Enemy aliens” was a term commonly used to describe citizens of states legally at war with the British Empire who resided in Canada during the war.

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Perron Street Arena (Ducky Dome), Jun. 1984.Exhibitions: St. Albert History Gallery

In honour of Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation, The Musée Héritage Museum is pleased to present its brand new St. Albert History Gallery in the permanent space.

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Learning: Aboriginal Programs

The Musée Héritage Museum offers curriculum-based programs for all grade levels in areas of Aboriginal and historic content. Our programs focus on history and St. Albert, natural history or individualized programs that are created to meet individual classroom needs based on curriculum standards and expectations.

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#ThankYouThursday to Musée Héritage Museum (@ArtsandHeritage) for having us this #GivingTuesdayCa! Check out the socially responsible work of past Janes Award recipients like Musée, @YouthLinkYYC, @FortEdPark & more at https://t.co/uJCCuOH9x6

Here's our Emily Baker, Exhibitions Assistant to fill you in about "Haven", which just opened today (and runs until Feb 1, 2020). This exhibit is sure to touch your emotions ... hear why, from Emily #StAlbert #stalbertart #art @StA_Tourism @CityofStAlbert https://t.co/UclwFhHtPv

Welcome to our marketing team, to handle our communications/media relations for us, @ShawnaMedia
There are many, many stories about the history of #stalbert and its artists to share. #stalbertlife #cityofstalbert #museum #museums #artgallery

Shawna Randolph@ShawnaMedia

THRILLED to spend today with NEW client @ArtsandHeritage. ED, Ann Ramsden & Musée Héritage Museum Curator Joanne White showed me “Enemy Aliens”-latest exhibit.
(GRIPPING stories of Can citizens interned during WWI). On until Jan. 19. #stalbert @CityofStAlbert #yegmediaroundup 4