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Virtual Museum of Canada

Virtual Museum of Canada A gateway to the vast resources of the Canadian museum community, the Virtual Museum of Canada is a showcase of media-rich content that both educates and entertains. Interactive exhibitions, subject-specific image galleries, games, and a teachers' center (with lesson plans and
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Virtual Museum of Canada


A gateway to the vast resources of the Canadian museum community, the Virtual Museum of Canada is a showcase of media-rich content that both educates and entertains. Interactive exhibitions, subject-specific image galleries, games, and a teachers' center (with lesson plans and advice for learning with museums) are just a few of the features that give weight to this interesting and commanding online resource.

Virtual Museum of Canada

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