One of the displays at Inspiration Village was about the national parks of Canada, which can be found in every single province and territory. Some are larger, some smaller. Some are easily accessible, others are in remote spots. Parks Canada manages them, and also manages the various National Historic Sites spread throughout the country.
Here we have a larger view of Inspiration Village, with the Connaught Building and the Peace Tower in the background.
Nunavut's displays caught my interest during my visits to Inspiration Village over the summer. The territory, created as a division of the Northwest Territories at the end of the 20th century, features some of our most rugged and beautiful landscapes.
In this display, the background banner includes one of those landscapes- Mount Thor.
I should have photographed this display a few minutes earlier than I did. Manitoba's display included large polar bears of the stuffed animal variety, and when I was first looking here, a family had a little white dog posing among the bears. That dog was very patient; one expects it was used to being a photo subject.