Exhibitions: Witness Blanket & FORGET-ME-NOT, MÉTIS ROSE

This exhibition about the Witness Blanket is a story that comes from the heart, mind and hands of master carver Carey Newman (Ha-yalth-kingeme). / Through the eyes of their Métis ancestor, Suzette (Chalifoux) Swift, two artists interpret the endemic flora and fauna of the family homestead in the Rocky Mountains.

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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: 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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#DoYouKnowStAlbert Sir Winston Churchill Ave was originally called McKenney Avenue. Did you know? #StAlbert #Yeg #T8N #StAlbertHistory Image: Aerial of St. Albert, 1990s, Victor Post fonds

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The Art Gallery of St. Albert's permanent location is in the Banque d’Hochelaga building. Hochelaga means “beaver dam” or “beaver lake” in Iroquois, and was the original name of Montreal. #TBT #StAlbert #Yeg #T8N #StAlbertHistory