Date(s) - March 1 2017 - December 31 2017
Juno Beach Centre
On the occasion of the Centennial of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, the Juno Beach Centre presents a new temporary exhibition in its Main Hall “Vimy 1917: A Canadian Battlefield in France.”
Produced in partnership with the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa and co-authored by noted Historian, Dr. Tim Cook, this exhibition portrays the major role Canadians played in France in the spring of 1917, during the Battle of Vimy Ridge. This battle constitutes an important cornerstone in Canada’s history and a defining moment in affirming a Canadian identity for a young Nation. This exhibition is meant to allow visitors to better understand the significance of this historic battle for Canadians during the First World War, its careful preparation and outcomes.
Exhibition in French and English – Main Hall of the museum – Free entry during the opening hours.
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