The creation of an internment camp in Brandon is a highly overlooked chapter in the history of the city. The camp was used to detain hundreds of innocent immigrants, most of whom came from what we now know as Ukraine.
The 59-year-old Daly Overpass has long been a part of the history of Brandon, Manitoba. It is a major access point in Brandon and is considered the city’s primary traffic route.
Each of these four brothers would later make their way to Brandon, Manitoba – each arriving at different times and all arriving in their late thirties and early forties. Each of these young men involved himself in the community through his work and family.
The Brandon Exhibition was established in 1882 to support agricultural development in the prairies. Since then, it has bolstered the agricultural industry through animal sales, educational sessions, and entertainment, offering the community a place to gather, learn, and be amazed.