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Everyone who visits the Canadian Canoe Museum has their own favourite canoe, display or absolutely everything left them speechless and unable to choose just one. The Museum is full of hidden gems or as I like to call them nooks and crannies

A view from the top of the staircase...not one picture can capture the entire museum.

A view from the top of the staircase…not one picture can capture the entire museum.

I had the great opportunity to spend many a morning and afternoon exploring the galleries during my time here at the Museum. I have to say there isn’t much that doesn’t perk my interest, but there is one spot in particular that holds many a fond memory. Read the rest of this entry »

In 1998 with the support of The Hudson’s Bay Company and their History Foundation we were able to recreate a fur trade post inside our Museum. Built about 1876, the timber frame structure stored porvisions at the Hudson’s Bay Company post of Michipicoten on Lake Superior. We felt it was only fitting that our “modern day” trading post offer authentic Hudson’s Bay products to our visitors. From Point Blankets and Throws to T-Shirts and Paddles!

Point Blanketthrowhbc paddletshirt

We also offer a wide range of artisan products made from authentic HBC materials.  Be sure and check out our hand crafted mittens, mukluk liners and even flasks with their own “blanket” cover!


And just to see how many of our shoppers read our blog’s – if you come to the Store to purchase any of these items by December 31st and mention that you seen them in this blog – we’ll pay the HST!

Happy Shopping! Be sure to check out our Boxing Week specials next week!