Canada’s Penitentiary Museum

Written by Emily Manson I’ve been to Canada’s Penitentiary Museum a few times, but I learn something new each time I visit. The site is small but picturesque and packed with fascinating history. It is located directly across the street from Kingston Penitentiary, in the former Warden’s residence. The building of a house for the... Continue Reading →

Cloyne Pioneer Museum

By Andrea Gyimah Situated among the abundant lakes of Addington Highlands,  the town of Cloyne, Ontario evokes the nostalgia of its logging past. The donation-run Cloyne Pioneer Museum and Archives serves as a time machine for those interested in taking a look at the history of the logging and timber industries in Southeastern Ontario. It... Continue Reading →

Camp X at the Military C&E Museum

KAM volunteers had last visited the Military Communications & Electronics Museum in March for their 'March Of Museums' activities. Since it had been a great success with the troops (aka kids), we decided to come back a couple of weeks ago. Not only to cool off after a hot day spent at nearby Grass Creek... Continue Reading →

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