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Students of the Winnipeg Art Gallery

SoWAG (Students of the Winnipeg Art Gallery) is a series of events organized by students who actively engage youth in the art world at the Museum of Fine Arts and beyond. The goal of the …

TiBert le Voyageur

Raised in a Franco-Manitoban Métis family, Rob Malo, also known as TiBert le Voyageur, is a storyteller, author, stage performer, poet, and community builder who shares his passion for history and culture with people of …

The Manitoba Museum

The Manitoba Museum is the province’s largest, not-for-profit centre for heritage and science learning. The museum is renowned for the vivid portrayal of Manitoba’s rich and diverse history, Planetarium shows, and Science Gallery exhibits. MUSEUM …

French for Life

French for Life (FFL) is facilitated by Canadian Parents for French- MB (CPF-MB), in partnership with l’Association manitobaine des directrices et directeurs des écoles d’immersion française (AMDI). The project serves to promote French-Second-Language (FSL) education …

Canadian Parents for French – Manitoba

Canadian Parents for French – Manitoba organizes sponsored workshops for students interested in drama! These half-day workshops are designed to entertain and to involve each student who participates. The workshops consist of fun drama games …

Fort Langley National Historic Site

Rising from the mist of the Fraser River, the palisades of Fort Langley stand tall. Inside the walls, rough-hewn timber buildings recreate the rugged 1800s. See where the Hudson’s Bay Company fur traders mingled with …

The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre

The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre opened in 1979. It was designed to house and display documents and objects that reflect the heritage of the Northwest Territories. Many of these items might otherwise have …

Old Town Glassworks

Established in 1994, Old Town Glassworks is a workers cooperative that has been creating beautiful recycled glassware on the shores of Great Slave Lake for over 20 years. Old Town Glassworks attracts many visitors each …

British Columbia Francophone Calendar

Sometimes when you speak French in British Columbia, you feel a little lonely in your corner. Established in 2016 by Ashton Ramsay, a young 20-year-old Franco-Colombian, the British Columbia Francophone Calendar aims to promote cultural, …

Island Studio Art Gallery

This art gallery will give you the opportunity to see the beautiful landscapes of the Port-au-Port Peninsula, illustrated through Michael’s paintings. The paintings are available on canvases, rocks, and wood.

L'Association régionale de la côte Ouest (ARCO)

The West Coast Regional Association is the largest Francophone organization in the region. ARCO organizes cultural activities in French for residents of the Port-au-Port Peninsula. ARCO brings together three local Francophone associations: Chez les Français …