The museum is temporarily closed as of March 14, until April 6th out of caution and concern for COVID-19.

Strategic Plan

To realize its full value and significance to the citizenry of Canada, it is essential that the Canadian Canoe Museum be acknowledged and recognized as a cultural institution of national significance perhaps, like Pier 21—Canada’s Immigration Museum or the Museum of Human Rights in Winnipeg, becoming a national museum in its own right. In the meantime, “moving onto the national stage” means thinking nationally, using every means of communication, every strategy and every museological device to engage the hearts, minds and support of Canadians from coast to coast to coast.

The Canadian Canoe Museum created a Strategic Plan in 2010 and a Revised Strategic Plan in 2016.