Chinese-Calgarian Settler Experiences: Indoor Tour. Noon & 2 pm July 1, 2023
Join us for Fort Calgary Canada Day Tours and learn about some of the people and events that helped shape the place we now call Canada.
These tours are FREE and run throughout the day on July 1, find more information and register at https://www.fortcalgary.com/events/canada-day.
Tours at noon and 2pm.
Explore Fort Calgary’s newest exhibit, Culture & Kin, and learn more about the history of the Chinese-Calgarian community on this enlightening indoor tour! Your tour guide will lead you through the Fort Calgary Interpretive Centre and share some of the challenges faced by early Chinese-Calgarians, including the complexities of the Chinese Exclusion Act.
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