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Lucky Stones: stones with naturally occurring holes found on the beaches of Lake Winnipeg around Gimli, Manitoba, Canada. The majority of these are imprints and “negatives” of gastropods or snails. Rocks And Gems, Rocks And Minerals, Lake Winnipeg, Hag Stones, Rock Hunting, Lucky Stone, Native American Artifacts, Canada Travel, Nature

Lucky Stones

I have this addiction, some might say obsession, with collecting stones. These specimens are stones with naturally occurring holes found on the beaches of Lake Winnipeg around Gimli, Manitoba, Canada. Some call them crinoids but they are more likely to be gastropods. These 'lucky stones', which we locals lovingly call them, are imprints and "negatives" of…

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Winnipeg, Manitoba | The Best 48 Hour Or Weekend Guide To The Peg

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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, O Canada, Ottawa Canada, Alberta Canada, The Famous Five, Canadian History, Women In History, Public 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.