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Ste. Madeleine was a Metis community formed in 1902 by Jules DeCorby. The community thrived for three decades until tragedy ensued.
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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.
In 1927, Manitoban gymnastics started off as a branch of the Winnipeg and Brandon YMCA and later grew from there.
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.