This building has the look of a market building, as opposed to the barns that make up the Museum. It's called the Learning Centre, and it is the most museum-like of the buildings, featuring extensive displays and information on agriculture and food through Canadian history.
Coming in the entrance, things start in a rather contemporary way, with a model and display panels on RADARSAT-2, a satellite launched by the Canadian Space Agency in 2007. Among its many tasks in orbit is agricultural crop monitoring, and its equipment can give wide views or focus in on a small area.
From the current day the building's collection takes us into the past. First there are displays and equipment related to cheese making and dairy production, including the pasteurization process.