I La Maison Gabrielle-Roy, a museum in the childhood home of French Canadian writer, Gabrielle Roy, considered one of the most important Francophone writers in Canadian history, and one of the most influential Canadian writers!
Such a wonder to have such an amazing little museum, in Saint Boniface, the humble start to a magnificent life and legacy of a woman who was a teacher, a writer and a relevant and incredible legend.
Such a beautiful Maison Gabrielle-Roy in the heart of Saint-Boniface, in Winnipeg
Vimy Ridge Park is a historical landmark located just off of Portage Avenue in Winnipeg.
The Miami Railway Station Museum holds a special place in my heart. My family immigrated to Canada in 1882 and settle in Miami, Manitoba. It was a hard life, scarce supplies, much sickness and despair, and yet my family survived and grew. Many of my relatives worked for the railway, helped build the railway and several of them, my great grand parents included, are buried nearby in the Miami cemetery.
St. Andrews, MB
Lower Fort Garry is a National historic site that was built in 1830 by the Hudsons Bay Company on the western banks of the Red River, 32km north of the original Fort Garry. Lower Fort Garry is where Treaty 1 was signed. The Lower Fort did trade a small amount of furs, its main purpose was as a supply depot for the Red River settlement and the surrounding Cree, Anishinaabe, Métis, and European (mostly Orkney Scot) populations. The site is now well-preserved, offering museums, displays and tours. It is a wonderful place to visit and to learn about our history.
Built in 1895, Dalnavert Museum is a small Victorian mansion nestled in the heart of Winnipeg. This unique museum features a “day in the life” feel as it transports you back in time to the 19th century the second you step inside. It is a national historic site that is one of the finest in Western Canada of Queen Anne revival architecture!
Upper Fort Garry, established by the Hudson Bay Company, is one of the most significant historic sites in western Canada. It was the 5th European trading post near the junction of the Red and Assiniboine rivers. Indigenous peoples had traded in the area for centuries and the fort was built at the site of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers.
Explore the life of Louis Riel and his struggle to protect the social, cultural and political status of his fellow Métis after the Hudson’s Bay Company sold Rupert’s Land to the Dominion of Canada. Learn about the daily life of the Métis and how this turbulent time in history gave birth to the province of Manitoba!
Virden Pioneer Home Museum is a representation of Victorian life and culture
Explore acres of ol'-fashioned pioneer fun and heritage buildings! Open 7 days a week.
Star Mound museum and Merry Dance Hill
Fort Gibraltar was a North West Company fur trade fort originally built in 1810.
Winnipeg, Manitoba to Brandon, Manitoba
義捐卡城華埠資料予圖書館 Gift of Reference Materials to Calgary Central Library
Calgary, Alberta 1 place
Very first gift of Chinese-language local materials to the Calgary Central Library
Vancouver, British Columbia to Abbotsford, British Columbia 4 places
A VisitList for PCHC-MoM related events and history.
Pacific Canada Culture and History – PCHC-MoM Society
Vancouver, British Columbia to Richmond, British Columbia 17 places
A list of some important cultural organizations in and around the Metro Vancouver area.
「萬千聲音眾志一心」Global Canto Opera Song Writing Contest & 2-day Marathon Concert Series
Vancouver, British Columbia to Calgary, Alberta 2 places
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