With ongoing research, new exhibitions and dynamic programming, there is always a lot happening at the Canadian Museum of Nature.
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The museum will reopen to the public on Wednesday, February 2, as permitted under the Government of Ontario’s schedule for lifting pandemic-related closures for indoor venues.
Every January, the Museum closes its doors for several days of cleaning and maintenance. From dinosaur-dusting to whale-degreasing, find out what typically happens in this cleaning "Blitz", and why it looks a little different this year.
The museum hosted some of Canada’s nature leaders n September as part of the Congress of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. The event marked another milestone for the museum's 30-year involvement with the IUCN.
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- Informing the Present by Breaking Down the Past (Literally!)
Join the museum’s Shyong En Pan as he explains how scientists can better understand valuable specimens only after they break them.
- Lovely to Meat You: An Introduction to the Carnivorous Plants of Canada
Join the museum’s Marrissa Miller as she introduces readers to several species of carnivorous plants found in Canada.