To preserve and share the culture and history of the canoe
To preserve and interpret one of Canada's most important heritage collections. To honour the craft that defines most of the cultures of the Aboriginal peoples of Canada. To celebrate the craft that first brought the country together. To promote a symbol of Canadian unity and one that joins Aboriginal cultures to the two founding cultures of Canada - French and English. To link Canadians to their land. To develop satellite exhibits for every region of the country. To develop a curriculum-linked education program for teachers and students, for use in the Museum, in satellite exhibits and in schools across the country. To promote multi-culturalism by collecting craft that represent all the cultures of Canada that use the canoe. To develop a national research institute. To promote canoeing as a sport and as a way to see Canada. To preserve the art of canoe and kayak building.
910 MONAGHAN RD
Contact Name:John Summers