The new museum: A welcoming home for all our relations

The new museum: A welcoming home for all our relations

The following is an introductory blog written by Robin Binèsi Cavanagh, who has recently joined the museum in the new role of Indigenous Relations Liaison.  I did not understand the significance of my birthplace until my late twenties. I was born in Spanish, Ontario....
Dalglish Family Foundation announces $1.2M investment in the future of The Canadian Canoe Museum at the water’s edge

Dalglish Family Foundation announces $1.2M investment in the future of The Canadian Canoe Museum at the water’s edge

New museum’s 1.5-acre green roof to be named in recognition of generous gift The Canadian Canoe Museum is thrilled to announce that the Dalglish Family Foundation has made a $1.2 million commitment to its capital campaign – a significant investment in the future of...
Building A Museum Upon Relationships

Building A Museum Upon Relationships

Nearly two decades ago, the fledgling Canadian Canoe Museum set out on a journey to develop 20,000 square feet of exhibits for nine, newly-created galleries within its renovated factory setting. Among the many remarkable people who were part of that team effort, we...
Request for Expression of Interest Process

Request for Expression of Interest Process

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST PROCESS The Canadian Canoe Museum stewards the world’s largest collection of canoes, kayaks and paddled watercraft. This collection, with its more than 600 watercraft, inspires connection, curiosity and new understanding. We are...