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Canadian Culture From Home

 

If you are currently waiting for restrictions to be lifted to allow you to travel and study in Canada, you can still get to know our country and our culture, right from your living room. These free resources allow you to see some of our treasures and great sites online.

While it is not a replacement for the real thing, digital tours are a wonderful way to enjoy some Canadian culture from around the globe. Check out these fun activities and start your journey to Canada today!

Vancouver Aquarium

The Vancouver Aquarium has put up livestreams of its much-adored penguins, otters and more. Get ready to lose track of time watching these adorable creatures.

Banff National Park

Banff National Park has shared a variety of backgrounds and video footage. Banff is our country’s oldest national park and an unforgettable experience.

The Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre

The stunning Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre in Toronto has put up a virtual tour that will have you chomping at the bit to visit in person.

Virtual Exhibits

What’s better than seeing exhibits from one Canadian museum? Having a collection from multiple museums at your fingertips! This superb (and free!) collection will guide you through exhibits relating to art, history, science, nature and more from a wide variety of Canadian museums and heritage organizations.

Whether you are into modern design, natural history, or Canadian anthropology this collection has something for you.

Canadian Museum of History

The Canadian Museum of History has put up a wide variety of the museum’s exhibits, including Alex Janvier’s famous “Morning Star” and an exhibit about the history of Canadian fashion.

Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum has put up a series of tantalizing pictures from its exhibits through Google Street Views. Art, world culture and national history are brought together with brightly colored museum interiors in a memory-making way.

Vancouver Art Gallery

The Vancouver Art Gallery has also used Google Street Views to display some of its most requested works.

Canadian Museum for Human Rights

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has displayed a series of articles that explore contemporary and historic human rights stories, from Canada and around the world. It’s not easy reading, but it is an enlightening experience.

Come Visit Us

Canada is a nation of wonders both big and small, and we are proud of all of them. We are also proud of our educational facilities and what we can offer to those looking to study English in Canada. If you study with us, we also give you an education in Canadian culture; perfect for those who want to live here, or just want to make the most of their time in Canada.

If you want more information about studying in Canada please get in touch with our team.

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