The only museum in Canada dealing with Second World War internment of Jews, Germans, Italians, and Canadians; it has over 600 artifacts (paintings, furniture, wood carvings, photos,and more) and a scale model of the New Brunswick Internment Camp.The project was born when Ed Caissie, a Minto teacher, was developing alternate programs for at-risk students.There is an historic walking trail at the original site in Ripples, 32 km (20 mi.) from Fredericton on Route 10.
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