New creation museum sparks debate in Alberta
Canada's first permanent creation museum is opening its doors on Tuesday and is already sparking criticism from evolution experts.
The Big Valley Creation Science Museum, located in the small Albertan town of Big Valley, is a tiny building that explains evolution, geology and paleontology through a biblical lens.
The museum cost $300,000 to build and houses a number of displays that present a Bible-based alternative to evolution.
The museum's co-owner Harry Nibourg, says creationism is just another theory that gives more insight into human history.
There don't appear to be any rides and it's a fraction of the price of the Creation Museum in northern Kentucky, but the message is the same.