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Join the student animators from McGill's Let's Talk Science (LTS) to learn about the animals and food webs of our oceans.
Have you ever seen DNA? Join the McGill Let's Talk Science team to learn how scientists extract DNA from living tissues and how they examine it to solve mysteries. Suitable for 8 years and older.
Join us for a family friendly scavenger hunt of Bear's Santas and find out what connects them to the Museum.
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FREE with admission to Museum: $20/family
This film focuses on the Oka Crisis which is especially important given its proximity to Montreal and the impact this event had and continues to government and First Peoples relations.
In the shadow of a De Beers mine, the remote community of Attawapiskat lurches from crisis to crisis, while facing mounting environmental issues and an inability to directly benefit from resource...
Incident at Restigouche is a 1984 documentary film by Alanis Obomsawin, chronicling a series of two raids on the Listuguj Mi'gmaq First Nation (Restigouche) by the Sûreté du Québec in 1981, as part...
Jeff Barnaby’s debut feature brings the anger to indigenous cinema, a clarion call for both the cinematic community and the indigenous community.
“Where is Home?” is an in-production documentary film focused on homelessness and the complex social issues facing the city of Lethbridge, Alberta and many other communities across Canada.
2006 , NFB| 52 min