Free public Talk by author Ronald Rees- NB’s William Francis Ganong and Book Launch- The Creative City of Saint John
Release: October 22, 2018 TWO EVENTS A free public talk by historical geographer and author Ronald Rees New Brunswick’s William Francis Ganong and The launch of a new illustrated book The Creative City of Saint John The New Brunswick Museum (NBM) and the Royal Society of Canada, Atlantic Steering Committee,
Saint John Community Open House Looking for your input to help shape the vision of New Brunswick Museum’s new facility
A Community Open House is being held on Tuesday, 31 July, 2018 from 5pm-7pm at the New Brunswick Museum Exhibition Centre, Market Square, Saint John. This is the first of a series of community open houses around the province as part of the design and planning process. The objective is
Exhibition at the New Brunswick Museum until October 21, 2018 The New Brunswick Museum is hosting an exhibition entitled “Fragments of Humanity. Archaeology in Québec” until October 21, 2018. This is the first major exhibition entirely dedicated to Québec’s archaeology, and it celebrates 50 years of archaeological discoveries in Québec.
The 2018 New Brunswick Museum Centre for Biodiversity Research BiotaNB project will soon be underway! From June 13 to 26, nearly 50 experts, volunteers and students from across Canada will descend for a second and final year to study the biodiversity of the Spednic Lake Protected Natural Area (PNA), near
The New Brunswick Public Libraries and New Brunswick Museum are partnering to provide free passes to New Brunswick public library cardholders. All New Brunswick residents are invited to check out 175+ years of stories by signing out a pass at their local public library and visiting the New Brunswick Museum
NBM shares information to assist with NB Flood Relief efforts in conserving objects How to hold on to family histories as part of the 2018 NB Flood Relief?
The New Brunswick Museum recognizes that with the ongoing 2018 New Brunswick Flood Relief there are many efforts that will go into saving family heritage objects, and questions on what can be done to preserve and treat flood-damaged materials. A helpful document SALVAGING YOUR TREASURES: A Quick Guide to Salvaging Flood-Damaged
Freshwater mussels carpet the bottom of many New Brunswick rivers and lakes. Not that one would want to eat them- apparently they taste a lot like mud! Nonetheless, New Brunswick freshwater mussels (a group distinct from the marine mussels so popular in local seafood restaurants) play a vital role in
The New Brunswick Museum thanks the Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation Inc. for the recent generous donation of $20,000. The funds will be used for the development of the Sheila Hugh Mackay Collection of Strathbutler Award Winners at the New Brunswick Museum as well as strategic initiatives relating to the promotion
Tourism, Heritage and Culture Transportation and Infrastructure Office of the Premier SAINT JOHN (GNB) – The provincial government will purchase a portion of the former Canadian Coast Guard property in Saint John as the future site of the New Brunswick Museum. “Your government recognizes the important role that the New
In August 2005, Mexican filmmaker and pilot Francisco Gutiérrez took off in his ultralight aircraft from Montreal to follow the monarch butterflies on their 6,000 km migration from Canada to the mountains of central Mexico, in a bid to raise awareness of the importance of preserving the butterflies’ habitat. In