Newspaper editors from across Canada who attended the Journalism Symposium organized by La Liberte last week were treated to an exclusive tour of the Canadian Museum For Human Rights.
The building is an architectural marvel from inside and outside although construction is still ongoing.
The $351-million structure was declared a national museum in 2008 by the Canadian Government, with a mandate to explore human rights issues with special but not exclusive reference to Canada. The museum is scheduled to be open to the public next year.
Meanwhile, free summer tours are being offered to the public till the end of August. For more information, click here.