Sharing our passion
Every day, thousands of us share the stories of our land and its people.
We enrich the experience of visitors to museums, historic sites, parks, farms, nature centres, indigenous cultural sites, zoos, aquaria, botanical gardens, and a host of other heritage sites and wilderness locations.
We may be called guides, naturalists, communicators, educators, writers, planners, designers, managers—titles as diverse as the jobs we do—but our profession is interpretation.
It's an exciting year.
2017 is the sesquicentennial of Canada (that's not only fun to say, but it also means it's Canada's 150th birthday). But, wait, there's more! It also marks the 40th anniversary of Interpretation Canada's incorporation as a non-profit organization. And, to celebrate, we're putting a ton of energy and enthusiasm into the organization.
We are planning a "dino-mite" in-person conference at the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Alberta this fall, developing a new strategic plan for IC, and revamping our entire website.
Speaking of the website, we hope you like the new look. We are just in the beginning stages of putting it together, and we want one that serves our members well.
So, tell us what you want on the website. Visit our discussion forum and let us know what you'd like this site to feature in the future.
Thanks for stopping by!