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  • From Pepinot to PAW Patrol® – Television of Our Childhoods

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    9:00 AM EST

    Canadian Museum of History

    From Pepinot to PAW Patrol® – Television of Our Childhoods

    Canadian Museum of History

    From Pepinot to PAW Patrol® – Television of Our Childhoods
      Explore 70 years of Canadian children’s television, featuring nearly 100 of the television programs that encouraged Canadian children to read, write, and count, along with more grown-up fare for tweens and teens. Packed with numerous clips from everyone’s favourite shows, original costumes, puppets, and images, the exhibition is a must-see for anyone, from the very young to the young at heart.

  • A Community At War

    Today

    9:00 AM EST

    Canadian War Museum

    A Community At War

    Canadian War Museum

    A Community At War
    Black Canadians have served their country in times of war and peace, at home and overseas. Presented in partnership with the Niagara Military Museum, this panel exhibition highlights the experiences of 22 Black men and women from the Niagara region and Southwestern Ontario who served their country in uniform, from the American Revolution to the present day. Their experiences offer insight into the broader experience of Black Canadians and the country’s military history.

  • Legion National Foundation's Poster and Literary Contest Winners 2022

    Today

    9:00 AM EST

    Canadian War Museum

    Legion National Foundation's Poster and Literary Contest Winners 2022

    Canadian War Museum

    Legion National Foundation's Poster and Literary Contest Winners 2022
    Each year, students across the country submit artwork, poetry and essays to the Legion National Foundation’s Annual Poster and Literary Contest. This year, the Canadian War Museum is proud to exhibit the winning entries — eight posters and two literary pieces. The contest is held at the Senior (Grades 10, 11 and 12), Intermediate (Grades 7, 8 and 9), Junior (Grades 4, 5 and 6), and Primary (Kindergarten, Grades 1, 2 and 3) levels.

  • Munnings – War Artist, 1918

    Today

    9:00 AM EST

    Canadian War Museum

    Munnings – War Artist, 1918

    Canadian War Museum

    Munnings – War Artist, 1918
    Renowned today as one of England’s finest painters of horses, Sir Alfred Munnings created more than 40 works of art while on assignment in 1918 with the Canadian War Memorials Fund. This exceptional exhibition reveals Munnings’s powerful legacy and makes it possible to more clearly understand Canada’s First World War experience.

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About The Area

Ottawa is Canada’s capital, meaning it’s home to some of the country’s most important landmarks. From the Parliament building to the National Gallery of Canada to the Royal Canadian Mint, this is where you can find...MORE

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  • From Pepinot to PAW Patrol® – Television of Our Childhoods

    Today

    9:00 AM EST

    Canadian Museum of History

    From Pepinot to PAW Patrol® – Television of Our Childhoods

    Canadian Museum of History

    From Pepinot to PAW Patrol® – Television of Our Childhoods
      Explore 70 years of Canadian children’s television, featuring nearly 100 of the television programs that encouraged Canadian children to read, write, and count, along with more grown-up fare for tweens and teens. Packed with numerous clips from everyone’s favourite shows, original costumes, puppets, and images, the exhibition is a must-see for anyone, from the very young to the young at heart.

  • A Community At War

    Today

    9:00 AM EST

    Canadian War Museum

    A Community At War

    Canadian War Museum

    A Community At War
    Black Canadians have served their country in times of war and peace, at home and overseas. Presented in partnership with the Niagara Military Museum, this panel exhibition highlights the experiences of 22 Black men and women from the Niagara region and Southwestern Ontario who served their country in uniform, from the American Revolution to the present day. Their experiences offer insight into the broader experience of Black Canadians and the country’s military history.

  • Legion National Foundation's Poster and Literary Contest Winners 2022

    Today

    9:00 AM EST

    Canadian War Museum

    Legion National Foundation's Poster and Literary Contest Winners 2022

    Canadian War Museum

    Legion National Foundation's Poster and Literary Contest Winners 2022
    Each year, students across the country submit artwork, poetry and essays to the Legion National Foundation’s Annual Poster and Literary Contest. This year, the Canadian War Museum is proud to exhibit the winning entries — eight posters and two literary pieces. The contest is held at the Senior (Grades 10, 11 and 12), Intermediate (Grades 7, 8 and 9), Junior (Grades 4, 5 and 6), and Primary (Kindergarten, Grades 1, 2 and 3) levels.

  • Munnings – War Artist, 1918

    Today

    9:00 AM EST

    Canadian War Museum

    Munnings – War Artist, 1918

    Canadian War Museum

    Munnings – War Artist, 1918
    Renowned today as one of England’s finest painters of horses, Sir Alfred Munnings created more than 40 works of art while on assignment in 1918 with the Canadian War Memorials Fund. This exceptional exhibition reveals Munnings’s powerful legacy and makes it possible to more clearly understand Canada’s First World War experience.

Show more

About The Area

Ottawa is Canada’s capital, meaning it’s home to some of the country’s most important landmarks. From the Parliament building to the National Gallery of Canada to the Royal Canadian Mint, this is where you can find everything that makes Canada work like a well-oiled machine.

To get a taste of everything Ottawa offers, stop at the Byward Market, where the city was born. It is a one stop shop for culture, nightlife and entertainment, dining, shopping, and health and beauty services. Speaking of culture, Ottawa boasts numerous festivals throughout the year, celebrating everything from jazz to tulips to various heritages like Ukrainian and Scottish festivals.

If you're an outdoor enthusiast, then the Ottawa Valley is the place to be. With many interesting towns along the Ottawa River, the trip to Algonquin Park is nothing less than spectacular. While traveling, discover unique gift shops, quiet restaurants, and other local gems throughout Ottawa.

WHAT'S NEARBY?

Ontario: Toronto

Other States & Provinces: Quebec

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