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In the recent past, polar bear hair was sewn into balls and used to attract fleas.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
A bicycle for life. How are bicycles being used to save lives in Africa?
Collection: Massive Change: Addressing Global Issues with Innovative Design
Creator: CHIN
The "winter air conditioner" was a convergence of five advanced technologies: oil burner, controls, fan, filter and humidifier.
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
Parents have made model kayaks for their children for many centuries. The models are similar in construction to full size kayaks.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
Hair from Caribou (or Moose) are coloured (dyed), sewn and cut. Traditional art from for Athapakan Cultures.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
It doesn't take a lot to help rockfish! It can be as simple as watching what you eat at a restaurant or making a phone call if you see a rockfish poacher.
Collection: Conservation in Action : The Rockfish
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
How can one logo capture an entire country? This case study looks at the development of the logo for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.
Collection: Connecting the World Through Canadian Design
Creator: Design Exchange
Anishinabe" means "the people" in the Algonquin language. The Ojibway people of Canada who live in northwestern Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan use the word to refer to themselves.
Collection: Sky Stories: Indigenous Astronomy
Creator: CHIN
The popularization of automated central heating would await the arrival of the high-pressure, fuel-atomizing, gun-style, conversion oil burner.
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
Meet the people who study the stars, and learn why astronomy is important to them. Hear from some of the astronomers working in today's observatories, and learn more about what they do.
Collection: Inside Astronomy Today
Creator: CHIN
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