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The Famous Five who legally gained the right for women to vote in Canada in Statue shown here erected at the Manitoba Legislature in created by local sculptor Helen Granger on behalf of the Nellie McClung Foundation. Bronze Sculpture, Sculpture Art, The Famous Five, Canadian History, Women In History, Canada Travel, Public Art, Historical Sites, Oeuvre D'art

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Famous Five Monument (Osborne Street, Winnipeg)

The Famous Five who legally gained the right for women to vote in Canada in 1929 ~ That is pretty recently! There are identical statues erected to their achievement in Ottawa, Ontario and Calgary, Alberta since they all lived in Alberta when involved in this historic and vital legal challenge. The statue shown here erected at the Manitoba Legislature in 2010. Created by local sculptor Helen Granger on behalf of the Nellie McClung Foundation.

Happy Rock (aka Glad Stone) is a roadside attraction in Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada. It is on the northeast side of Highway The large statue also serves as the visitor information centre for the town. The Happy Rock. Tom Robbins, Canada Travel, Canada Trip, Canada Eh, All About Canada, Happy Rock, Canadian Things, Tourist Trap, Roadside Attractions

Happy Rock

The Happy Rock in Gladstone, Manitoba. The nearby church has a sign reading: Thanksgiving is good.

The Spirit Sands, Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Manitoba. All About Canada, Canadian Travel, O Canada, Countries Of The World, Places To See, North America, Scenery, Sands, Around The Worlds

The Spirit Sands

The duneface at the Spirit Sands. Spruce Woods Provincial Park, MB.

A grand library is not always an option to provide books for people to read. One solution that you might want to consider is to make a little free library. Little Free Library Plans, Little Free Libraries, Little Library, Grand Library, Mini Library, Library Inspiration, Library Ideas, Little Free Pantry, Street Library

Little Free Library in Winnipeg

I posted a while back about the awesome Little Little Libraries movement, where individuals and community groups set up a free take-a-book, leave-a-book library. The pint-sized libraries are located across Canada and the US and they encourage reading by both...

Fire In The Sky by Nebojsa Novakovic, via Sunset over a golden wheat field in Manitoba, Canada. Sights like this can be seen throughout Saskatchewan as well. Beautiful Places, Beautiful Pictures, Amazing Photos, Twilight Sky, Landscape Photography Tips, Nature Photography, Quelques Photos, Wheat Fields, The Great Outdoors

Fire In The Sky by Nebojsa Novakovic, via 500px. Sunset over a golden wheat field in Manitoba, Canada.

The “Before I Die” Wall - public art project spreading world wide The Places Youll Go, Places To Go, Chalk Wall, Cool Journals, Effective Teaching, Student Council, Before I Die, Street Artists, Public Art

When this was in Philly someone said "play clarinet with squidward" and it made my day

18 Things to do in Winnipeg. Not so long ago, Winnipeg was a place most international visitors passed through on the way to see the polar bears in Churchill. Cool Places To Visit, Places To Travel, Travel Destinations, Places To Go, New Travel, Canada Travel, Family Travel, Family Trips, Ultimate Travel

20 Things to do in Winnipeg

20 amazing things to do in Winnipeg, Manitoba, from seeing polar bears to the Human Rights Museum and visiting the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

The giant mosquito monument in Komarno, Manitoba. Komarno means "mosquito infested" in Ukrainian. Komarno is proud to be known as the "Mosquito Capital of the World". O Canada, Canada Travel, West Coast Canada, Espanto, Artsy Photos, Roadside Attractions, Water Tower, Worlds Largest, Places To See

The giant mosquito monument in Komarno, Manitoba. Komarno means "mosquito infested" in Ukrainian. Komarno is proud to be known as the "Mosquito Capital of the World".

Millenium Library, Winnipeg One of the great places to build intellectual services is the library. Beautiful Places To Visit, Great Places, Canadian Prairies, Capital Of Canada, Grand Staircase, The Province, Beautiful Architecture, Old Houses, Sweet Home

Millennium Library: 4th Floor

Explore El Negro Magnifico's photos on Flickr. El Negro Magnifico has uploaded 9396 photos to Flickr.

10 amazing things to do in Manitoba that are NOT in Winnipeg. Parks Canada, Visit Canada, Canada Destinations, Road Trip Destinations, Canadian Honeymoons, Festivals, Lake Winnipeg, Canadian Travel, Voyage

10 amazing things to do in Manitoba that are NOT in Winnipeg

Header photo by Austin Mackay Maybe you need a break from city life, or perhaps you just want a new experience in our beautiful province. Whatever your reason is, there are plenty of exciting activities to do outside of our capital city. Plan a day trip or a weekend away with these 10 amazing things

The Festival du Voyageur ( Festival of the Traveller), is an annual 10 day winter festival which takes place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, . O Canada, Canada Travel, All About Canada, Snow Sculptures, Deck, Western Canada, Winter Festival, Cool Countries, Winter Fun

FESTIVAL du VOYAGEUR!!

The Festival du Voyageur ( Festival of the Traveller), is an annual 10 day winter festival which takes place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, ...

Leo Mol Sculpture Garden in Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg by Travel Manitoba, via… Beautiful Vacation Spots, Beautiful Places, Canadian Travel, Bye Felicia, Sculpture Garden, Western Canada, O Canada, Public Garden, True North

Sunset at Leo Mol

Combining artistic beauty with a natural setting, the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden in Assiniboine Park offers a quiet retreat to view and enjoy the magnificent works of master sculptor, Dr. Leo Mol. The garden was created as a result of Dr. Mol’s generous gift of many of his wonderful bronze pieces and works of art to the community in which he lived.

Tommy Douglas - the father of Medicare in Canada - winner of Greatest Canadian vote in 2005 - grandfather of Kiefer Sutherland. Lived in Winnipeg as a child. Witnessed the 1919 General Strike at the age of I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Canadian Bacon, Tommy Douglas, Build A Better World, O Canada, Before Us, Worlds Of Fun, Human Rights

Tommy Douglas - the father of Medicare in Canada - winner of Greatest Canadian vote in 2005 - grandfather of Kiefer Sutherland. Lived in Winnipeg as a child. Witnessed the 1919 General Strike at the age of 15.

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