You'll never know unless you go!
Canada's approach to presenting science and technology is strongly visitor-oriented, and geared to linking past and present in a dynamic, innovative fashion. Paul F. Donahue was formerly director-general of Collection and Research and is now director-general of Public Programmes for Canada's National Museum of Science and Technology in Ottawa. He has been the provincial archaeologist for Alberta and his interests include the prehistory of north-western North America, management of archaeological resources and collection development, heritage stewardship, and the public understanding of the past.
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Document Type: Original Article
Affiliations: Canada's National Museum of Science and Technology, Ottawa
Publication date: 2000-10-01