Relive Manitoba’s rich fur trade history and celebrate the York Boat, an icon of the fur trade era, at the 40th annual Treaty and York Boat Days! This year's highlights include the world champion York boat races in memory of Henry and Mary Ann Muminawatum along with the Gospel Jamboree, co-ed and youth boat races, the Johnny Walker Memorial canoe marathon, the Joe Keeper Memorial marathon, strong teen/man/woman competition, the square dance competition, men's fastball tournament, adult and minor slo-pitch tournament, youth and adult talent showcase and much more! As the hub of northern Manitoba and situated on the north basin of Lake Winnipeg, Norway House Cree Nation played a fundamental role in establishing the economic foundation of Manitoba and Canada during the fur trade era. Eventually, Norway House became a sub-depot for the collection of inland furs which were transported by Canoe through Lake Winnipeg, but mainly to York Factory which was the common destination of transported goods and furs during the fur trade era. August 5 to 11, 2013 Norway House Cree Nation For more information, visit Treaty and York Boat Days.