Youth Programs

Programs

The Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site offers a variety of interactive youth programs and activities inside a unique heritage setting. Our guided programs offer kids of all ages an opportunity to explore, learn, share and have fun!

From Sea to Me (ages 3 to 5)
Children explore the different steps of the salmon canning process through picture book stories, puzzles and a scavenger hunt along the canning line! Children work and learn cooperatively to follow the stages of how the salmon travels from ocean or river to lunch box. (75 minutes including 15 min. film)

From Sea to Me Pre-Visit Package – English

De l’océan à l’assiette Trousse de pré-visite – French

Cannery Quest (ages 6 to 12)
Originally designed for out of school care groups, “Cannery Quest” is a fun and interactive experience at the Cannery. Stepping away from the traditional curriculum-based learning, this program includes: A Journey Through Time (film), a Canning Line tour, scavenger hunt and games. Students and youth will enjoy being immersed in and engaged by our rich history. (90 minutes)

Cannery Quest Pre-visit Package – English

L’enquête de la conserverie Trousse de pré-visite – French

Girl Guides Heritage Badge
Earn a Heritage Badge at our historic Cannery. This program will fulfill all six badge requirements, while allowing Guides to explore their local cultural and natural heritage through stories, activities, and a guided tour. (90 minutes) 

To book your program, please contact: bookings@gogcannery.org tel 604.664.9234 or fill out the form below.





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About

The Gulf of Georgia Cannery is located in the historic fishing village of Steveston, still the largest commercial fishing port in Canada.  Built in 1894, the Cannery was one of the biggest of its time and was known as the “Monster Cannery”. Today the Cannery is the last among more than 15 canneries that occupied cannery row on the Steveston waterfront. Now a national historic site, exhibits showcase the history of Canada’s West Coast fishing industry.

The Gulf of Georgia Cannery Society is a non-profit society and registered charity responsible for the operation of the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site of Canada on behalf of Parks Canada. Established in 1986, the Society boasts over 250 members and is governed by a volunteer board of directors.

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