Archaeologist Amélie Allard provides a fascinating introduction to the basic principles, techniques, and ethics of exploring the human history of Canada and the United States.
Discover the cultural impact of early medieval Norse contact with peoples throughout “the Viking World”. Find out how the legendary Vikings weren’t just pirates and warriors; but settlers, explorers, and agents of commerce and communication beyond Scandinavia.
Trace the amazing history of the Vikings with University of Toronto researcher Matthew Goodman. From their fascinating lives at home to their preparations for raiding abroad, find out what it meant to be a Viking by taking a closer look at Viking society, religion, and daily life in medieval Scandinavia.
This engaging and captivating session takes you into the world of Métis oral history and traditional storytelling.
Free. RSVP Required.
Museum admission is not included.
Join Arctic geographer and climatologist Mark C. Serreze for a sweeping tale of discovery spanning three decades as researchers came to understand that the Arctic was quickly changing – and disappearing.
We explore Ontario’s rural heritage through the unique art of barn quilts.
Visit the reservation of the Seneca, Cayuga, Onandaga, Oneida, Mohawk and Tuscarora First Nations.
Welcome to another in our series of star architects. Teeple Architects, founded by Stephen Teeple in 1989, has built a reputation for innovative design, urban vision, spatial ingenuity and technical excellence
We explore Cobourg, once one of the most important centres of Upper Canada, and later reborn as the “Newport of the North", a resort town for wealthy Americans during the post-Civil War era.