Spring Break fun at the Little White School!

We have been busy at the Little White School this week during Spring Break.  One more day of activity!  Drop by on Thursday, March 29, 2018 for our final activity of the week, between 11am – 2pm, to explore the 1940’s school house and create a unique take home craft! Thursday: Easter Fun Cut your […]


New in the St. Albert History Gallery – An introduction to residential schools

After the completion of the work by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, there are still many questions about the residential school period in our history. In St. Albert we had two residential schools and we’ve taken some of the things that our visitors have asked us, some information that we’ve found in our […]


From the Archives: Victor Post

We are excited to announce that the Musée Héritage Museum Archives has completed processing and describing the records of Victor Post. Post was a fascinating and accomplished member of our St. Albert community, and we are honoured to be able to preserve his legacy in our archives. Victor Post is most well known for his […]


Aboriginal Outreach at Holy Cross Académie Internationale and St. John Bosco Elementary

  The Musée Héritage Museum programming department was very pleased to be invited back to Holy Cross Académie Internationale for their Winter Carnival. Additionally we traveled to St. John Bosco Elementary in Edmonton to talk with Grade 5 students about the First Nations, Métis and Inuit people of Canada. This year for the Winter Carnival, […]


The Hogan/Belcourt House

Building conservation projects, undertaken by the Arts and Heritage Foundation and the City of St. Albert at all of the heritage sites, follow the Federal Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada. We begin each project with the development of a knowledge base from which to prepare a conservation program to […]