Canada's Waterscapes

January 15 - April 17, 2016

Yours to Enjoy, Explore and Protect is the newest travelling exhibition from the Canadian Museum of Nature and its partners. Dive in and find out what it takes to understand and take care of Canada's aquatic ecosystems.

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Discover amazing creatures that dwell in the depths of the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park. Imagine yourself diving beneath the Arctic ice into a world full of life and colour! Follow a group of endangered Whooping Cranes to their remote wetland nesting ground in Wood Buffalo National Park.

Canada is a nation of water. Get inspired to take action to protect our ecosystems. Explore your aquatic side in this engaging, family-friendly, interactive exhibition.

View of the OPG gallery with Canada's Waterscapes Canada's Waterscapes exhibition
Baleen of a whale on display photo of a game that is in the Canada's Waterscapes exhibition

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Reviews of Canada's Waterscapes

 It's just a fabulous, interactive exhibit; lots to do, educational, fun and everybody should see it. 

– Kathy Stuart, Visitor, Eptek Centre

We are so sad now that Canada's Waterscapes is gone. 

– Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory
(Executive Director and Curator)

 A local grade 4 class rated the Canada's Waterscapes experience a 9 or 10 out of 10. The group enjoyed the interactive displays, learning about the wetlands and the experience of riding the city bus. 

– Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre

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