Here we have more of the images in the corridor leading to the Canada History Hall. The Caribou Monument in St. John's, Newfoundland, pays tribute to the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, nearly wiped out on a single morning in the First World War.
This is the provincial legislature in Victoria, British Columbia.
The Underground Railroad Monument is in Windsor, Ontario.
Here is the First Nations University of Canada campus in Saskatchewan.
This lighthouse is in Prince Edward Island.
Pier 21 in Halifax was the point of entry for many new immigrants. Now a national museum of immigration is to be found here.
And finally, a monument to the Metis leader Louis Riel is in Manitoba. Tomorrow we start looking inside the Canada History Hall.