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Winnipeg, MB (January 29, 2019): The Manitoba Museum is proud to announce the release of a new publication entitled, Dibaajimindww Geteyaag: Ogiiyose, Noojigiigoo’iwe gaye Dibinawaag Nibiing Onji or, as translated into English, Stories of the Old Ones: Hunter and Fisher from Sheltered Water. Written by Kevin Brownlee, Curator of Archeology at the Manitoba Museum, this fascinating chronicle was twenty years in the making.   Four thousand years ago, a young man was laid to rest along the shores of the Lee River in southeastern Manitoba. The discovery of his remains and personal belongings in 1997 led to the development of a collaborative research project among Sagkeeng Anicinabe Government, the provincial Historic Resources Branch, and ...
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Winnipeg, MB (January 23, 2019): You think humans go through a lot for love? Some animals go through considerably more trouble than a puff of perfume or a dab of hair gel – imagine growing an extra 35 kg of headgear, going without food for two weeks, or engaging in life-threatening battles! Come and see how it’s done in nature at the Manitoba Museum on Valentine’s Day. At Wild Romance, you’ll see that humans aren’t the only ones who enjoy date night. This fun-filled science-based evening is perfect for groups of friends, couples, or singles looking (or not looking) for love! This After Hours event takes place on February ...
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Winnipeg, MB (January 9, 2019): Taking its title from a phrase uttered by Manitoba’s illustrious Premier, Sir Rodmond Roblin, during a heated exchange with Nellie McClung, “Nice Women Don’t Want the Vote” is an exhibition that was developed by the Manitoba Museum to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Manitoba women winning the right to vote on January 28, 1916. The exhibition opened at the Manitoba Museum in 2015  and has since travelled to locations throughout Manitoba as well as Saskatchewan, Ontario, and Quebec including the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau and has been enjoyed by more than 70,000 visitors.   The Manitoba Legislature will host the exhibition as ...
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