Part of the "Canadian Immigration" series, Pier 21: Stories from Near and Far is a fact-filled book for young people about Pier 21, a building that saw 500,000 Canadian service people off to fight in World War II, as well as witnessing the arrival of countless children, war brides.
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Anne Renaud is a children's author from Quebec who writes in both French and English. She has published several picture books for 4-8 year olds, as well as historical non-fiction books for 9-12 year olds. Her work has been shortlisted for several literary awards, including the Silver Birch Award, the Hackmatack Children's Choice Award, the Red Cedar Book Award, the Quebec Writers' Federation Prize for Children's and Young Adult Literature, as well as the Red Maple Award.
Located in Halifax Harbour, Pier 21 was the first part of Canada visited by immigrants travelling from the East, and the last view of home for Canadians departing for Europe.
By (author) Anne Renaud. Located in Halifax Harbour, Pier 21 was the first part of Canada visited by immigrants travelling from the East, and the last view of home for Canadians departing for Europe. To all Canadians, it was an iconic landmark that stood for something more than itself during a period of turmoil and change.
Anne Renaud is a life-long Quebecker who was born in Valleyfield and now .
Anne Renaud is a life-long Quebecker who was born in Valleyfield and now lives in Westmount. She received her Bachelor of Translation from Concordia University in Montreal. She continued the series with Pier 21: Stories from Near and Far(Lobster Press, 2008), which was shortlisted for Hackmatack Children's Choice Award and the Quebec Writers' Federation Prize for Children's & Young Adult Literature.
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The Canadian Immigration Hall was created to tell the story of 400 years of immigration to Canada, from initial contact with First Nations peoples to the present day. A multimedia immigration map allows visitors to visualize migration trends. The BMO Oral History Gallery includes almost 200 oral histories that visitors can browse by theme.