New Temporary Exhibit at Pier 21 Commemorates the No. 2 Construction Battalion

Media Release
February 15, 2017
Halifax, NS

New Temporary Exhibit at Pier 21 Commemorates the No. 2 Construction Battalion

The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is pleased to unveil Community Presents: The No. 2 Construction Battalion, a small temporary exhibit created by the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia that commemorates the 100th anniversary of the formation and service of the No. 2 Construction Battalion.

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New Temporary Exhibit at Pier 21

Media Release
November 28, 2016
Halifax, NS

New Temporary Exhibit at Pier 21 Examines Internment of Italian Canadians During the Second World War

The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is pleased to present Ordinary Lives, Extraordinary Times: Italian Canadian Experiences During World War II. This temporary exhibit commemorates the hundreds of Italian Canadians sent to internment camps and prisons during the Second World War.

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Breakfast With a Fascinating Canadian: Dr. Jim Spatz

Media Release
November 25, 2016
Halifax, NS

Breakfast With a Fascinating Canadian
Dr. Jim Spatz

Members of the media are invited to attend the latest installment in the Breakfast with a Fascinating Canadian series, featuring keynote speaker Dr. Jim Spatz.

The series, which started in 2003, has had 17 speakers from a variety of sectors across Canada in support of the Museum.

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