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Tombstone tourism in Manitoba

We step out of the vehicle and scan the sea of gravestones. Sigh. Where do we even begin to look? We’ve made the pilgrimage to Neepawa’s Riverside Cemetery , myself leading a trio of Canadian travel journalists who are all in their 50s and very fond of how novels like The Stone Angel and The Diviners

Manito Ahbee shares the seven sacred teachings

Every year, the Manito Ahbee festival celebrates Indigenous arts and music, and offers a greater understanding of Indigenous culture. Taking place in May (dates TBA) at venues around Winnipeg, Manito Ahbee is a kaleidoscope of colour and culture, brought to life through music, dance, and art. The

Mikinak-Keya: Spirit tour at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Perspective. A photo can be taken from many angles at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, each yielding a unique point of view. From directly below, the building appears warped, curving like a bowl toward our prairie sky. From afar, a lantern – a beacon of hope, if you will. The Mikinak-Keya tour