Beautifully organized and very manageable size. We saw three special exhibitions, all of which are not to be missed. The mini-exhibition on Tom Thomson was excellent. The WW1 photo exhibit was compelling and heartbreaking. Some very nice touches, especially the personal photos of a family in the summer just before the war. Very interesting display of stereotypes. Not to be missed. The Dore show was awesome! What an amazing artist! I learned so much. We spent a good five hours in the museum and managed to see almost everything. Beautiful space and nice patio for a cold drink and snack.
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