Until the end of the month you can experience a bilingual virtual exhibition highlighting 400 years of francophone presence in Ontario. This is taking place at the Hearst Heritage Sawmill Marketplace on Highway 11 East until July 30th.
The exhibition consists of four television screens retracing the history of Francophones. It also includes original items and photographs from the Hearst Ecomuseum collection.
This exhibition aims to enable a better understanding of the contributions brought by the francophone population in Ontario.