This turned out to be a highlight of a great trip. The museum provided vivid picture of the impact of the coal industry on life in Cape Breton, with great insights into labour politics, economics, and - most importantly - the life of the miners and their families. This is a part of Canadian history that seems as relevant today as ever. Our trip into the tunnels was incredible and our guide (a retired miner) was knowledgeable and a great storyteller. The personal stories added depth and emotion to the insights into the work of mining. Highly recommended.
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