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New Exhibit at Batoche National Historic Site

Batoche Historical Site has unveiled the new interpretive exhibit at Batoche National Historic Site of Canada. The new exhibit provides a more up to date presentation of the historical messages while providing a more flexible space for future programming.

Recent improvements include new interpretive panels, space for temporary exhibits and multimedia enhancements such as historic images projected onto the walls of the Grand Hallway of the visitor centre. With the existing space updated and additional space added for temporary exhibits, the centre will allow for more varied and flexible programming at Batoche National Historic Site.

Batoche was declared a National Historic Site in 1923 by the federal government. Batoche also commemorates the history of the Metis community of Batoche, home of Metis culture and heritage. Surviving portions of the Carlton Trail and river-lot system and the roles of First Nations in the Northwest Resistance are also commemorated.

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