Live! From the Museum Virtual Programming Now Available

The Museum of Health Care is pleased to offer educators our newly released virtual programming for students of all ages!

“LIVE From the Museum” aims to engage students through live and interactive STEAM-based sessions directly from the Museum of Health Care. Facilitated by experienced Museum staff, students will take a step back in time to explore healthcare history and form connections to current health related practices and experiences. These sessions will use the Museum’s collection of artifacts to tell the fascinating story of Canada’s healthcare past in a relatable and tangible way.

The program is completely free! Educators are welcome to book more than one session that peaks their interest after exploring the Program Offerings brochure. Click the button below to see our brochure!

Upon booking, educators will receive an Educators Toolkit with all the resources and information they will need for the session AND a link for free access to our virtual Lego mini-figure museum scavenger hunt!

Book your session today!

To book a session or if you have any questions, please contact Claire Notman, Programming & Communications Coordinator at or call 613-548-2419.

The Museum of Health Care’s Virtual Scavenger Hunt creation was made possible with the Ontario Trillium Foundations Resilient Communities Fund!

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