The Pacific Coast gets examined, with artifacts and displays on life among the First Nations peoples living on the west coast.
Here we have several items related to fishing: net sinkers, fishhooks, and a spear point.
One of the displays here features a digital reconstruction of four people, thought to be a family, from thousands of years ago. A collaboration between the Museum and the shishalh First Nation, this used 3D scanners on skulls to reconstruct what they might have looked like.
The result is shown on screen, with the four faces moving, blinking, and breathing, staring out at us from four thousand years of time.