Attention all nature lovers! Have you heard frogs outside this summer, and wondered who’s calling? Frogs and toads are an important part of local biodiversity – living “on the edge” between water and land, they are sensitive to climate change. Join our Zoologist Dr. Randy Mooi on Tuesday, July 21 at 2:00 pm for a Pop-Up Talk where he will introduce you to the amazing frogs and toads in...Find out more »
The Manitoba Museum is located on Treaty 1 land, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. These lands, occupied for thousands of years, are the traditional territories of the Anishinaabeg, Ininiwak, and Nakota Nations. The Museum is committed to collaborating with all Indigenous peoples of this province including the Dakota, Anishininiwak, Dene, and Inuit.
We acknowledge the harms of the past, are committed to improving relationships in the spirit of reconciliation, and appreciate the opportunity to live and learn on these traditional lands in mutual respect.
Manitoba Museum is accredited by Imagine Canada for excellence in non-profit accountability, transparency and governance.