This place has a lot to offer in terms of authentic and aboriginal heritage. But for a Canadian museum it is quite lacking. Reports say that the facility is moving to a new venue, which will help. Imagine a canoe museum built where there is no water access. Seems weird to me. The day we were there, they had a soapstone carving activity for kids that my boys loved. It's run well and completely lacks that awful consumerism that most public places of this sort smack of, so that's a big plus. We'll give it another go when the kids are a bit older and they've moved to their new digs.
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