Virtual Program: HBC & The Fur Trade (LIVE)

Virtual Program: HBC & The Fur Trade (LIVE)

Regular price $5.00 Sale

You will receive a SendOwl link to the program registration page upon purchase of this program.

The Maritime Museum of BC is going virtual with many of our learning programs! Our programs have been designed using the BC curriculum, and adapted for a virtual format using everything we know about learning online! Choose from two formats:

Live

Participants join us for a program LIVE using Zoom Meetings, where they have the chance to interact with our museum educators.  After purchasing a Live program, you will receive a link to register for the Zoom Meeting. Participants who join us live will also receive access to the recorded program!

Recording

Receive a link to the recorded version of the live program for a reduced cost. The recorded program will only be available 24 hours after the live program has occurred. 

*************************

Hudson's Bay Company and the Fur Trade

Grades 4 & 9 Social Studies

The Hudson’s Bay Company is Canada’s oldest national company. What were its powerful effects on First Nations and how did it play a key role in the development of Fort Victoria and Canada? Students will become curators and examine real otter and beaver pelts, a Hudson’s Bay blanket and other items important to the trade economy. Relations between First Nations and the HBC will also be included.

Live Programs Schedule:

Thursday, April 9, 2020 - 11:00 AM PST

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - 2:00 PM PST

 

For more information, please email us at programs@mmbc.bc.ca. Please be aware that for the months of March and April, most museum staff will be working from home, and therefore mostly accessible by e-mail.

Please note: Registration for LIVE programs must occur at least 2 hours before the scheduled program and provide an e-mail, or we can not guarantee that you will receive the link to participate. We will contact you before the program, and are available for Zoom troubleshooting aid up to 2 hours before the program start time.