- Extraordinary Arctic
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Arctic Expedition of 1913–1916, the Canadian Museum of Nature invites you to explore the natural history and natural science of the Arctic through some of our exhibitions, projects and exciting scientific discoveries.
In the Museum's Blog
Summertime Fieldwork in Canada’s Accessible Arctic
To collect Arctic plants—that's the mission of the museum botanists who are heading north to explore the area around Arviat, on Hudson Bay, Nunavut. Continue reading
Mammoth, Mammoth, Tusked and Hairy, How Does Your Garden Grow?
An Ice Age habitat, the Mammoth Steppe, is part of our new Landscape of Canada Gardens. Palaeontologist Scott Rufolo explains. Continue reading