Relive Unforgettable Moments in Canadian History with Snapshots of Canada
From the trial of Métis leader Louis Riel to Paul Henderson's winning goal in the 1972 Summit Series, Snapshots of Canada explores unforgettable moments in our history. Fifty compelling images paired with texts by well-known Canadian authors, journalists and historians explore moments that range from high drama to simple joy – tangible reminders of the triumphs, failures and sacrifices that have shaped our country.
Snapshots of Canada, opening July 19th is the latest exhibition in the Borealis Gallery. Visitors are invited to explore significant moments in Canada’s history through compelling photographs paired with thoughtful texts by well-known Canadian authors, journalists and historians. Runs until September 24.