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August 2, 2021

Kuugaaluk: along the traces of our forefathers

Exhibition - Visual arts - Photography

UNTIL OCTOBER 31 - This photographic exhibition is an invitation to discover the expedition led by Lisa Qiluqqi Koperqualuk with young Inuit to Kuugaaluk, in Nunavik—the same place Jacques Rousseau visited in 1948.
Botanical Garden
First Nations Garden

Origins

Exhibition - Visual arts - Photography

UNTIL JANUARY 9, 2022 - Virtual exhibition of original photographs illustrating evolution and life on our planet.
Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan

Science Exposed

Exhibition - Visual arts - Photography

EVERY DAY - In collaboration with ACFAS, Space for Life celebrates life, nature, with this exhibition of photographs from scientific research in Canada.
Biodôme

Search, imagine

Activity - Guided activity

JUNE 26 TO SEPTEMBER 6 - Explore Chinese landscape painters' diverse sources of inspiration.
Botanical Garden
Chinese Garden

Set out to discover…

Activity - Guided activity

EVERY DAY - Discover species and environments of the Biodôme that deserve to be explored!
Biodôme
EVERY DAY - Come admire some of the most fascinating specimens from the Planétarium Rio Tinto Alcan meteorite collection, one of the largest of its kind in Canada!
Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan

The Urban Vegetable Garden

Guided activity

JUNE 26 TO SEPTEMBER 6 - Tips to achieve a vegetable garden and making a hen keeping project in an urban environment a reality.
Botanical Garden

Useful Plants of the First Nations

Activity - Guided activity

UNTIL OCTOBER 31 - Stroll through the different ecosystems of the First Nations Garden guided by an animator to learn more about the plant species used by Indigenous Peoples.
Botanical Garden
First Nations Garden