The Parks Canada team regularly participates in events to share its knowledge about the historical expedition of Sir John Franklin and to present its archaeological missions deep into the Canadian Arctic.
In addition, we have many contributing partners who help to share the Franklin story. We are happy to announce their events here as well.
If you would like to invite one of our team members for a speaking opportunity, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|Until December 2018||10 partner museums across Canada (The Franklin Museum Network)||Franklin-related activities and display venues may vary. Be sure to check with museums for latest details.|
|March 2, 2018 – September 30, 2018||Gatineau, Québec||An exhibition will be held at the Canadian Museum of History. Death in the ice – the mystery of the Franklin expedition – an expedition that lets you discover one of the most fascinating mysteries in history. You also have the chance to see artifacts recovered from one of the wrecks.|
|February 7, 2018 - 7 PM||Stoney Creek, Ontario||Jonathan Moore of Parks Canada Underwater archeology team is presenting at Stoney Creek Historical Society on research related to the Franklin expedition. (1 hour – In English only)|
|January 26, 2018 - March 25, 2018||Winnipeg, Manitoba||For a limited time, as part of Franklin Museum Network programming you can see the first-ever scale model of the HMS Erebus wreck site on loan at the Manitoba Museum.|