Spring 2020

In this issue

Embracing the now

The front cover of Muse may be looking a little different than what you’re used to seeing. That’s because here at the CMA we have refreshed...


Evolving our conferences to face the future

We are all aware of the fast-paced world we live in, where interconnectedness, skills development...

New species of tyrannosaur identified in Alberta

A new species of tyrannosaur has been identified in Alberta at the Royal Tyrrell Museum. This is the first new...

Communities and their heritage: at the heart of our mission

Even if it is Canada’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island offers its 156,947 inhabitants (and tourists...

Museums and the climate emergency

I come to you today as a messenger — with the intention of connecting the unconnected...

George F. MacDonald, 1938-2020

Just as a lightbulb flickers with a loose connection, the collective world imagination...

Artful moments: Building connections through art

It is Monday afternoon, and Mary is on her way to the Art Gallery of Hamilton...

“Civilization” to “history”: Tales and stories

When the Government of Canada announced in October 2012 that the Museum of Civilization...

Reconciliation program update

The CMA’s Reconciliation Program is a response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC)’s Call to Action #67...

Small is the New Big

Let’s look at our small museums for a moment. Think about the opportunities...

In Montreal/Space for Life

Presenting more than 160 cultural and scientific activities, Space for Life includes the Botanical Garden...

Review

As our Canadian museum world is entering into conversations and thinking about the new national museums policy...

Crerar Caravan

Dr. Gregg was a self-confessed history nut, a former professor and a veterinarian who had a vision and...