I was assuming it would be neat to see what/where my great great great grandfather came through to Canada in the 1870s.
The museum is more focused on refugee type immigration just before and after WW2. Nothing really on the immigrants that built the country, rather than the ones that came here after or during the war.
For 2nd generation Canadians or tourists, it probably has all you would like to see. If your ancsestors came here 120+ years ago as in my case, theres not much to learn.
Worthwhile, but they need to focus on the immigrants that came here and turned forest and swamp into farms, towns and cities, so others could come here and live in the best country in the world.
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