I was prepared for a boring airplane-hangar-like building with canoes stacked up along the walls. It was the exact opposite. The 2-storey museum drew you in from the moment you walked in the door. With its open staircase and canoes suspended every which way, subdued lighting and sepia tones complimenting the rich wood and bark of the canoes, it was entrancing. Add the aural component of rushing rapids, birdsong & Quebecois folk music, plus video stories of the people and culture surrounding canoe life and you get a better picture of what this museum holds in store for you. I could go on and on, but go see it for yourself . . . every Canadian should!
Susan Cooper, Toronto, Ontario.
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