Journey information: Montreal’s immersive present, Winnipeg’s newest museum, and a documentary movie for thought

Opening quickly

Montreal’s Oasis Immersion, the most important everlasting vacation spot for immersive artwork within the nation, will launch its subsequent exhibition on April 28: “Van Gogh – Distorsion,” made in Montreal. Combining 360-degree projections and sound, the 65-minute present will let guests expertise greater than 225 work, drawings and sketches by the artist whereas wandering by way of three huge gallery areas.

Prepping for takeoff

Winnipeg’s newest attraction is slated to open subsequent month: the rebuilt Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada (RAMWC), positioned in an entire new constructing with 14 galleries. The museum’s trove contains greater than 90 historic plane (together with what’s thought-about probably the most full assortment of bush plane in North America), alongside 70,000 artifacts, texts and pictures.

A bird's-eye view of a busy beach in Montego Bay, Jamaica, from "The Last Tourist," a documentary on overtourism.

Movie for thought

The Last Tourist,” the award-winning documentary by director Tyson Sadler, has just lately launched on streaming platforms, together with Apple TV. The film confronts the implications of overtourism — and the way travellers could make higher decisions — with insights by business consultants like G Adventures founder Bruce Poon Tip, additionally the movie’s government producer, and Dr. Jane Goodall. The movie was awarded the “Canadian Documentary Function: Particular Jury Prize for Social Affect” on the 2021 Calgary Worldwide Movie Pageant.

Comeback monitor

Via Rail has introduced that it’s going to regularly resume providers that have been dialed down as a result of pandemic; most of its routes throughout Canada are anticipated to be again to full weekly frequencies by the top of June.

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