Canada’s Arctic People Highlighted in CFB Shilo Exhibit

Canada’s Arctic People Highlighted in CFB Shilo Exhibit

By Brian Schultz

A new exhibit will open Thursday at CFB Shilo’s RCA Museum highlighting Canada’s Arctic people.

The Canadian Museum of Civilization will put on the temporary exhibit, titled “Places of Power,” showcasing 36 photos of inuksuik and sacred places in the Arctic.

The Tunit” is an exhibit about a paleo-arctic people who lived some 3,000 years ago. The displays have video presentations and replica Tunit artefacts.

An official opening will take place Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Canadian Forces base just east of Brandon.

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