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Inuit Culture and Canadian History


History & heritage Indigenous Library Truth and Reconciliation
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The Blue Mountains Public Library

173 Bruce Street South

Thornbury, ON



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible, has gender-neutral washrooms, and is a relaxed performance.


A Truth & Reconciliation event. We invite you for an evening of learning and taking an in-depth look at Canada's history with Inuit, and the creation of Canada.

Join Muckpaloo Ipeelie, a local Blue Mountain resident, owner of the Urban Inuit Identity Project and a registered MLT. Muckpaloo teaches Inuit culture, to help preserve it. Dive into Inuit Culture, Nomadic Life and the Genesis of Canada with the Arctic.



The Blue Mountains Public Library

The Blue Mountains Public Library (BMPL) is comprised of a Gallery, Library, Archive and Museum, also known as a GLAM. GLAMs are now understood to be the culture hubs of communities across the province, and more regularly have been seen to have a single operational body, such as in the BMPL model. We provide regular services and programming through each component of our GLAM.


The L.E. Shore Library

519-599-3681 ext. 140

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Exhibition: En Plein Air

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