Winnipeg pavilion at what we used to call "City Park." Now it is called Assinaboine Park and it has gone through a lot of transformations since we spent time there as kids in the 50's and 60's.

Winnipeg, Canada Assinaboine Park Pavillion - Picture of Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg - TripAdvisor

Burton Comings (walker) theatre. old Odeon Theatre, former movie theatre, and Vaudville Stage!  A treasure worth preserving.

old Odeon Theatre, former movie theatre, and Vaudville Stage! A treasure worth preserving.

Old Christie Biscuit Company, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Old Christie Biscuit Company, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada by Awesome entrance on an office building.

The Royal Canadian Mint Winnipeg ...a fun place to tour with the family!

The Royal Canadian Mint Winnipeg .a fun place to tour with the family!

How pretty is Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park Conservatory when it's all set up for a wedding ceremony?

How pretty is Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park Conservatory when it's all set up for a wedding ceremony?

The Manitoba Museum, previously the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature is the largest museum in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

The Manitoba Museum, previously the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature, Winnipeg, Canada

In 1910 Winnipeg had 19 millionaires, more per capita than any other Canadian city.  This was the home of J.H. Ashdown, one of those millionaires, who started out in hardware.  He was also mayor of Winnipeg for 2 years.

In 1910 Winnipeg had 19 millionaires, more per capita than any other Canadian city. Ashdown, one of those millionaires, who started out in hardware. He was also mayor of Winnipeg for 2 years.

Foot [of] Water St. Winnipeg, Flood April 1916  Undamaged portion of badly stained postcard depicting the Red River flood of 1916. This appears to be Water Avenue, looking east with what is presumably the Provencher (or Broadway) Bridge in the left background. The postcard was mailed to Miss Hilda Foley of Perth, Ontario, by "E.A.L." of 279 Burnell St. on May 2, 1916, showing how real photo postcards were used to depict events virtually as soon as they happened. Image credited to Advance…

Foot [of] Water St. Winnipeg, Flood April 1916 Undamaged portion of badly stained postcard depicting the Red River flood of 1916. This appears to be Water Avenue, looking east with what is presumably the Provencher (or Broadway) Bridge in the left background. The postcard was mailed to Miss Hilda Foley of Perth, Ontario, by "E.A.L." of 279 Burnell St. on May 2, 1916, showing how real photo postcards were used to depict events virtually as soon as they happened. Image credited to Advance…

Winnipeg 1998 - Flood of the Century.  Flooded house on Pembina Highway shown here.

Winnipeg 1998 - Flood of the Century. Flooded house on Pembina Highway shown here.

In 1668, the two-masted ketch the Nonsuch sailed into Husdon Bay in search of furs. Today, you can see a replica of the ship that led to the founding of Hudson’s Bay Company at the Manitoba Museum. #exploremb

In the two-masted ketch the Nonsuch sailed into Husdon Bay in search of furs. Today, you can see a replica of the ship that led to the founding of Hudson’s Bay Company at the Manitoba Museum.

Centennial Concert Hall

Playing the Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg, MB, Canada on

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