The small church in the middle of the highway

Sur l'autoroute qui relie les États-Unis à Winnipeg se trouve un étrange mystère : une petite église blanche encadrée par deux voies d'autoroute. Retour sur l'histoire de ce lieu de culte à l'emplacement hors du commun.

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Tyndall stone : a Canadian heritage

Do you what Tyndall stone is? You might be surprised to learn that over 4000 building across the country are covered in this grey limestone that originates in Manitoba.

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Art Exhibit - Metal - Mosaic - Assemblage

Manitoba artist Pierrette Sherwood is a self-taught artist and country girl at heart. Much of her work is inspired by nature. She transforms reclaimed materials into artistic creations for the home or garden decor. The old is renewed, lost treasures are found and the functional becomes poetic.
Be sure to visit her exhibit at the Saint-Boniface Museum until December 23.

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Canadian Museum for Human Rights

The exhibit Freedom of Expression in Latin America uses compelling works of art, powerful personal accounts, and augmented reality technology to tell the stories of people who have used art to expose truth and motivate action. The exhibit is located in the Museum’s introductory gallery (What Are Human Rights?).

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1867: Rebellion and Confederation

The Museum is proud to present 1867: Rebellion & Confederation as part of our Canada 150 activities. Showing from December 2016 through May 2017, this exhibition was developed by the Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau and adapted by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg. Through a variety of material artefacts, historical documents and multimedia installations, the exhibition examines the period of Canadian history from the rebellions of 1837-1838 to the enactment of the British North America Act on July 1, 1867.

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