The neat thing about a museum experience is that it's different for everyone. No two people share the same journey while there. Just as the museum exhibits are curated by professionals, an individual curates their own visit, selecting the poignant moments that leave a lasting impression. With this
I’ll be the first to admit – I’m a little rusty on my war history, especially when it comes to Canada’s role in war. As such, a visit to the RCA Museum on the military base in Shilo, Manitoba was in order. I had little expectations of this small-town museum, but those tend to be the ones that
Now that we’re finally settling in and coming to terms with the fact that 2016 is over and 2017 is on its way, it’s time to get back into the swing of things. And we’ve got a few ideas in mind to help you do just that! Relive rock ‘n’ roll history Ryan Voth, Kris Ulrich, Matt Cage, Laura Olafson.
My last month has been filled with ups and downs, unexpected changes, and new challenges. In the midst of it, I was scheduled to go visit the Royal Canadian Artillery (RCA) Museum on the Canadian Forces Base Shilo. I was both looking forward to — and stressed out by — the thought of a day away from
I had the chance to take my family to see Monster Jam for an afternoon of roaring good fun. But it got me thinking, as Monster Jam goes city to city thrilling crowds along the way do the trucks ever get the chance to venture out of the arena and explore the places they visit? So in case the monster
100 years ago Canada entered into what would become one of the greatest and horrendous world events that mankind had yet to experience. World War One changed the human experience, the map of Europe, Britain’s relationship with its Colonies and Canada forged an independent sense of itself as a