Inuit art

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New home for world’s largest Inuit art collection

Qaumajuq, meaning “it is bright” or “it is lit” in Inuktitut, opens virtually this week, but the 40,000-square foot addition has been almost a decade in the making.

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Canada invests in Canadian Centre for Architecture

The Government of Canada is providing more than $1.2 million in funding for the Canadian Centre for Architecture through the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund.

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Canadian museum awarded Gold accessibility rating

The new Canada Science and Technology Museum is the first national public institution to receive the RHFAC's Accessibility Certified Gold rating.
B.C. prohibits CECRA-eligible landlords from evicting tenants

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City of Trail receives infrastructure investments

Trail, B.C. has been attracting significant investments from senior levels of government and private sector investors, setting up a major boom for the town.

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Manitoba Museum exhibit space to double in size

Alloway Hall, the Manitoba Museum’s main exhibition gallery, is set to receive a $5.3-million expansion and renovations to nearly double its size. Funded by the federal and provincial governments as well as the Winnipeg Foundation, the project is the first phase in the museum’s major Capital Renewal Plan.

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New Royal Alberta Museum enters construction

The new Royal Alberta Museum, a 419,000-square-foot development, has entered construction in downtown Edmonton, Alta. The facility, which will become the largest museum in western Canada, will feature over 82,000 square feet of exhibition space focused on the natural and human history of Alberta. It replaces and doubles the size of an existing facility, built in 1967.