Magnificent, bizarre, ordinary or famous: items from Musée de la civilisation's collection come out of the shadows to reveal their deepest secrets.
Let London be your guide to its creative scenes and to the social, cultural and economic transformations that have shaped this diverse and multi-faceted metropolis from 1950 to today.
Discover the previously unknown epic story of the first French settlers in North America. It all started in 1540, when the King of France decided to extend his kingdom to the New World.
4 CENTURIES OF BUSINESS IN QUÉBEC CITY
Discover how this major economic centre was built by entrepreneurs and business people.
Follow the tracks of the Francophones who settled in various locations on the North American continent.
More than 80 original objects and drawings, including the Olympic torch of the Montréal Games and the BIXI, document the career of this Québec industrial design pioneer.
A LOOK AT THE ANNIE CANTIN AND PIERRE CANTIN DONATION
A look at the evolution of fashion during the last century, through the passion of the couple of avid collectors Annie et Pierre Cantin.
Nine works by aboriginal artists and craftswomen generate strong emotions in the face of the painful destinies of numerous aboriginal women and girls.
Meet those who demonstrate courage and sensitivity in applying their fundamental values day in and day out: service, ethics, partnership, commitment and communication.