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Hours of Operation

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All Attractions open
Thursday – Sunday
11 am – 5 pm

 

See Planetarium show
schedule, here.

 

We look forward to seeing you!


FACE MASKS ARE REQUIRED
at the Manitoba Museum.

This policy will be in place
until further notice.


Click for Holiday Hours
Hours of operation vary for different holidays.

 

Victoria Day (May 23)
All attractions open
11 am – 5 pm

 

CANADA: AN EMERGING NATION – Museum Galleries

CANADA: AN EMERGING NATION – Museum Galleries

60 minutes – $5.25/student

Includes free self-guiding time in Museum Galleries before or after the program.

Curriculum Target Grade: 6

Using photographs, artifacts, and a tour, students explore the social, political, and economic changes that occurred from 1914 to 1939 with a local focus. Defining events such as World War I, the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike, the Great Depression, and the women’s suffrage movement are included.

 

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS

KG-040 Describe Canada’s involvement in the First World War and identify its impact on Canadian individuals and communities. Include: internment of ethnocultural groups.

KH-035 Describe the causes, main events, and results of the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike.

KH-037 Describe changing roles for women in Canada from 1914 to 1945.

KP-046 Describe the struggle for and identify individuals involved in women’s suffrage in Manitoba and Canada. Include: Famous Five (Emily Murphy, Henrietta Muir Edwards, Louise McKinney, Nellie McClung, and Irene Parlby).

 KE-057 Give examples of the impact of technological development on life in Canada from 1914 to 1945. Examples: electricity, telecommunication, transportation, medicine, industrialization…

VI-006 Value the contributions of various groups to the development of Canada. Examples: suffragettes, trade unions…

VH-013 Appreciate the struggles of past generations in achieving the rights that people in Canada enjoy today.

KL-024 Give examples of the influence of the natural environment on daily life for various groups during the Depression.

KE-056 Relate stories of the Depression and describe its impact on Canada.

KP-048 Identify First Nations, Inuit, and Métis perspectives regarding self-determination. Examples: resource use, land claims, treaties, government…

KP-054 Identify factors that contribute to inequities in Canada and propose solutions. Examples: poverty, racism, sexism…

KE-058 Give examples of ways in which industry and technology have changed life in Canada since 1945. Examples: urbanization, transportation, communication, education…

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