Until February 6, 2011
Relive an epic chapter of Canada’s history and embark on a remarkable journey with the voyageurs, explorers and the many others who made up the fur trade.

The exhibition retraces the rise and fall of the Montréal-based North West Company, a commercial empire that pushed fur trade routes all the way to the Pacific Ocean. In the end, it laid the foundation for the Canada we know today.

The Canadian Fur Trade, 1779–1821 Profit and Ambition