Prairie Chinese restaurants are important symbols, highlighting the legacy and enduring presence of Chinese Canadians.
Become a Museum Curator in Canada | 5 Ways to Build Your Museum Career
So you want to become a curator. Here are five tips and tricks to help you on your way.
Little Town, Big Celebrity
Carberry is known as “King Spud Country” because some of the highest quality potatoes come from the local farmers in the area. The community was founded by European settlers in 1882.
Gymnastics in Manitoba
In 1927, Manitoban gymnastics started off as a branch of the Winnipeg and Brandon YMCA and later grew from there.
Ernest Thompson Seton: World Renowned Naturalist, Artist and Author and His Legacy in Carberry, Manitoba
Internationally-known author and naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton (1860-1946) spent a significant portion of his life on a homestead just outside of Carberry, Manitoba.
Residential Schools in Canada
Residential schools were government-funded schools to assimilate First Nations children into mainstream Canadian society, stripping them of their religion, culture, and identity. Within the walls of all Residential Schools, countless unlawful and inhumane actions were committed.
McCreary, Manitoba: A Town Rich in History
McCreary, Manitoba is a small town roughly 253km northwest of Winnipeg with a population of around 400 people. The town has undergone changes over the years, but preserving its history has remained important and valued.
St. Peter’s Colony
St. Peters Colony is located in southeast Saskatchewan. It was founded by a small group of German Catholic settlers from Russia who decided they needed a new beginning in the late 1800s.