Museum of Natural Sciences

The Museum of Natural Sciences showcases the history of Earth and the evolution of life on it through exhibits and displays that include dinosaur skeleton replicas, fossils, live animals and plants, rocks, and minerals.

The Museum of Natural Sciences sits on Treaty 6 territory, the traditional lands of the nēhiyawak, Anihšināpē, Dënësųłinë́, Nakoda, Dakota, and Lakota, and the Homeland of the Métis. We acknowledge, respect, and honour the deep relationship that they have with the natural world, and we are grateful for the opportunity to share in the beauty and nurturance that the land, water, and sky offer. We open ourselves to this place and all that it chooses to share with us. 

In addition, we acknowledge that Indigenous Peoples have been and continue to be impacted by colonization in many ways, including in scientific research. We strive to build good relationships with the land and people of this place, and we have a responsibility to decolonize its practices and approaches through learning, teaching, and gathering knowledge with Indigenous Peoples as we all journey towards (re)conciliation.