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Johnson GEO CENTRE

Cut from the ancient rock of Signal Hill in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador, the Johnson GEO CENTRE takes you deep underground to experience the story of planet Earth. Explore our planet’s incredible history, get …

Manuels River Interpretation Center

Visit the beautiful Manuels River Hibernia Interpretation Centre to check out the interactive exhibits, theatre, cafe, gift shop, and educational programming. The Center is open year-round and provides regular kids, families, and adult programming to …

Island Studio Art Gallery

This art gallery will give you the opportunity to see the beautiful landscapes of the Port-au-Port Peninsula, illustrated through Michael’s paintings. The paintings are available on canvases, rocks, and wood.

Le Cormoran Library

The Cormoran Library contains more than 30,000 books, newspapers and magazines in French. It is the only French-language library in the Saint John region. The best books, magazines, newspapers, CDs and DVDs await you, there …

The Lefebvre Monumen

Built in 1897, the Lefebvre Monument was originally part of St. Joseph’s College. Recognized as a National Historic Site of Canada in 1994, the building hosts each year several shows. The Monument-Lefebvre Theater: Created in …

Batoche National Historic Site

Journey back in time to talk with a 19th century Métis settler about life on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River. Imagine the shocking changes as the troops and warriors gathered and battle began …

International Francophone Film Festival

CINERGIE is the International Francophone Film Festival located in Saskatoon. Each year in May, the festival takes place at the Roxy Theater. During one week, you will be able to watch Canadian and international francophone …

Manitoba's Festival of French Language Films

The Francophone Film Festival in Manitoba welcomes more than 2,000 spectators. The festival is usually held in October. The projected films are of quality, of all kinds to satisfy the audience. You can even see …

Our Lady of Assumption Co-Cathedral

The Co-Cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption Gravelbourg is a cathedral of the Archdiocese of Regina in Saskatchewan (Canada). The cathedral became a co-cathedral in 1998 with the merger of the diocese of Gravelbourg with that of Regina. The …

Notukeu Heritage Museum

The Museum’s statement of purpose is to preserve and to present one of the most important collections of artifacts in the province of Saskatchewan! The Museum has a collection of prehistoric archaeological, anthropological and pale-ontological …

Parlement de Colombie-Britannique

Public Tour Information Free guided tours are available throughout the year. Come and discover the history of the province, the architectural splendour of the cherished Parliament Buildings and learn about British Columbia’s parliamentary process! Visitors …

La Troupe du Jour

La Troupe du Jour is a professional, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the development of French-language theater in Saskatchewan. In this connection, through its leadership role in play writing, the company is working to create and …