Exhibitions: The Michel Band

The Musée Héritage Museum is pleased to be the host of an exhibition curated by members of the Michel Band Council. The history of this First Nation is deeply connected to the region. With family objects from band members and pieces from the museum collection, they will tell their story of strength, family, injustice, challenge and perseverance.

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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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An Early Metis CommunityLearning & Discovery: 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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Archives_brochureArchives: Genealogical Research

Our Métis Genealogy has many of St. Albert’s Métis families listed and is available for viewing at the museum’s public access computer. The museum also has Gail Morin’s Métis Families which contains information on Métis families across North America.

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On Twitter

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How well do you know #Canada ? Stop by the #Museum and grab a #CanadaTrivia to play with family/friends over the holidays while at the @StAlbertMarket today! #BoardGames

Let's do a little #MidMonthMystery here from our #artifacts... What do you think the object in the image is?
a) An old plumbing piece
b) An old can opener
c) An old bullet maker
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