Resources : National Historic Sites

Alberta ~ Rocky Mountain House
The Rocky Mountain National Historic site was home to four forts, but very little remnants, or archival imagery, of any of the forts exist today.
BC ~ Fort Langley
Read Quest in the Cariboo and your visit to Fort Langley will never be the same. A wonderful site to see in your travels.
NS - Fort Anne
Acadian Coast and Fort Anne National Historic Site
NS - Halifax, HMCS Sackville: The Cruel Sea Story Dramatized for Radio
The Cruel Sea, a 1951 story of a Royal Navy Corvette is a great story to know before visiting the HMCS Sackville in Halifax
NS ~ Fortress of Louisbourg
The Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Park is the crown jewel of the Canadian Park Service and the largest historical reconstruction in Canada.
NS~Alexander Graham Bell
Tour the mind of inventor Alexander Graham Bell through the world’s largest collection of mementos, photos and models.
ON ~ Buxton National Historic Site
Twenty years ago, most of them were slaves who owned nothing, not even their children. Now they own themselves; they own homes and farms, and they have their wives and children about them.
ON ~ Fort George
Fort George, at Niagara-on-the-Lake in Ontario is a fascinating War of 1812 fortification with lots of stories.
ON ~ Fort Malden
Fort Malden (Fort Amherstburg) lies on the the Detroit River near Windsor, ON. It is an important War of 1812 site.
ON ~ HMCS Haida National Historic Site
HMCS Haida was commissioned into the Royal Canadian Navy in 1943 and served in many battles in WWII. She is available for viewing in Hamilton, ON and is declared a National Historic Site.
QC: Lachine Fur Trade Museum
Minutes from old Montreal, step into the vibrant fur trade era hrough the lives of voyageurs.
SK ~ Fort Walsh
Fort Walsh as a NWMP fort and the site of the Cypress Hills Massacre which prompted the government to deploy the NWMP to prevent further conflict.
SK ~ Grasslands National Park
Explore life on the grasslands of the Canadian prairies