By Lara Schroeder
March 26, 2019

Habitat donation saves pristine property
A Lenore, Man.-area farmer has donated a quarter-section of land to the Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation the organization considers “unique and rare.”

Plan an autumn visit to the Uno Trestle Bridge

The trestle is impressive and it has an interesting history
By Donna Gamache
Manitoba Cooperator

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From the Baldur-Glenboro Gazette....

Following in McClung's footsteps
Suffragist's former homes have become a far-flung attraction
By: Bill Redekop  

A group makes its way into the McClung Home.

From the Baldur-Glenboro Gazette....

From the Baldur-Glenboro Gazette....

Time, fire erase last visible ties to community builder
John Hanbury oversaw construction of many early Brandon landmarks
This was Manitoba By: Christian Cassidy

May 16

Support grows for boreal forest as World Heritage Site
By: Dylan Robertson
Posted: 05/16/2018

April 17

Welcome to Little Canada, the Minnesota city founded by a Winnipegger who fled the floods

Minneapolis-St. Paul suburb, founded in 1844 by a Red River refugee, retains its French-Canadian roots

Bartley Kives · CBC News

March 30

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From the Baldur-Glenboro Gazette....

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From the Baldur Gazette....

More Photos ....Close-ups... etc.

Jan 13

Heritage Trust program rolled out to support small-town museums

The new program will provide $5 million over three years to create endowment funds within local community foundations for museums and archives across Manitoba

Dec 17

Abandonned Manitoba - Visits Brandon House #1

Photo by Gordon Goldboro

Dec 13

'Right in their own backyard': New Google Earth project maps Canada's residential schools
The maps are available to all Canadians, but targeted toward elementary and secondary schools.

By Jade Markus, CBC News Posted: Dec 12, 2017 5:43 PM CT

One of the photos included in the Google Earth Voyager residential school story. A group of students sit in a residential school classroom in Cross Lake, Manitoba. (Department of Indian and Northern Affairs/Library and Archives Canada)

Dec 1

Manitoba's most charming-towns.

Nov. 27

New book explores history and architecture of Manitoba


Nov. 16

Minnedosa railway museum plans on track despite setbacks
Committee confident La Rivière station will be brought to town

Nov. 10, 2017

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October 30, 2017

Cary Hamel, Nature Conservancy of Canada’s conservation science manager for Manitoba, said he wants to bring awareness that grasslands are the world’s most endangered ecosystem. Pictured, Lacy and Hamel take a selfie on the prairie landscape.

October 22, 2017

October 2, 2017