Carbon Engineering, a clean energy company pioneering technologies to remove or reuse carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, has broken ground on its new Innovation Centre in Squamish, B.C.
Launching to the public on the weekend of June 1 & 2, the almost 100-year-old gargantuan Mill building will come to life with BOOM!, a live-action, sensory-thrilling, special effects show that sheds light into the mystique behind the 20-storey building and National Historic Site.
Launching summer 2019, “BOOM!” is a live-action, multi-sensory special effects show that brings the historic 96-year-old Mill No. 3 building back to life.
It's the witching hour at Britannia Mine Museum this Halloween with two weekends full of Spoo-ook-tacular fun, family-friendly activities for all ages on Saturday, October 20th and Sunday, October 21st, and Saturday, October 27th and Sunday, October 28th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Britannia Mine Museum is unveiling the concept designs for the upcoming Mill show experience, a new feature attraction and immersive multi-sensory show that brings the 20-storey Mill building and National Historic Site back to life.
The Britannia Mine Museum’s annual Copper & Fire Arts community event is returning Saturday, September 15th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring talented local artists and their unique metal and earthen crafts.
Season 6 of THE AMAZING RACE CANADA: HEROES EDITION is coming up TONIGHT, July 3rd at 8 p.m. PT featuring 10 incredible teams of everyday Canadian heroes, with the Britannia Mine Museum along with other prominent Squamish and British Columbia locations being featured in tonight’s premiere episode.
The Britannia Mine Museum is launching two new exhibits on Saturday, May 26th, 2018 that celebrate the beauty, nature and recovery of Howe Sound...
The Government of Canada announced today that the Britannia Mine Museum is the recipient of a $1.4 million funding contribution under its New Building Canada Fund. This fund is in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary and will go towards the rehabilitation of the Mill Building, a National Historic Site on the Sea to Sky highway, as well as several other historic buildings that support the Museum’s popular education and tourism programs.