On the Road Again: Rocks and Minerals

  Two Grade 3 classes hosted Roy, one of the Musee Heritage Museum Education Programmers, at their school as he presented the Rocks and Minerals program. He was impressed with their knowledge of igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks. Everyone enjoyed passing around the all of the rocks and minerals he took with him to the school, and […]


Remembrance Day 2016

The Musee Heritage Museum, and the St. Albert Cenotaph, saw a great turnout for Remembrance Day 2016, as we commemorate the ongoing centenary of the First World War. At the museum more than 300 people dropped in to have a look at the displays and the large crowd gathered at the cenotaph was wonderful to see. […]


From the Archives: Prisoners of War

For Remembrance Day, the archives would like to share some of its records that document the experiences of those who served in the Second World War. Sergeant Raymond Lafranchise enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force (R.C.A.F.) and served as a flight sergeant, wireless operator, and rear gunner. His plane was hit over France during his […]


From the Archives: Brigadier-General Raymond Brutinel fonds

As Remembrance Day draws near, the Musée Héritage Museum Archives would like to share some of its records that document the experiences of those who served in the military. Brigadier-General Raymond Brutinel was a fascinating man, who was in the First World War and the Second World War. Originally from France, he and his family lived in […]