Altona, Manitoba has the largest replica of Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflowers. It's over 70 feet high and was named “The largest painting on an easel” by The Guinness Book of World Records in 1998.

Altona, Manitoba has the largest replica of Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflowers. It's over 70 feet high and was named “The largest painting on an easel” by The Guinness Book of World Records in

ARCHIBALD HISTORICAL MUSEUM is located 6.4 km west of Manitou on Hwy #3 and 6.4 km north. Guided tours show you through 3 fully furnished homes (2 of which were once occupied by famous author and activist, Nellie McClung, the LaRiviere CPR Station (Provincial Historic Site), a church, and 3-story barn jammed to the rafters with artifacts from days gone by. The Historical Museum is privately owned & operated May-September, noon- 8 p.m. Closed Wednesday & Thursday. Call 204-242-2235.

ARCHIBALD HISTORICAL MUSEUM is located 6.4 km west of Manitou on Hwy #3 and 6.4 km north. Guided tours show you through 3 fully furnished homes (2 of which were once occupied by famous author and activist, Nellie McClung, the LaRiviere CPR Station (Provincial Historic Site), a church, and 3-story barn jammed to the rafters with artifacts from days gone by. The Historical Museum is privately owned & operated May-September, noon- 8 p.m. Closed Wednesday & Thursday. Call 204-242-2235.

Nellie McClung Manitoba/ resident of Manitou, MB.

Nellie McClung - Canadian feminist, politician, author, and social activist.

The Pembina Valley where we live fuels our love for earth and its magnificent beauty.

Another shot of a misty autumn day in the Pembina Valley in south central Manitoba. Driving through the valley during different seasons give us great photo ops.

Manitou, Manitoba, more than a small town

Manitou, Manitoba, more than a small town

Vintage Nellie McClung Poster

8 steps to suffragist enlightenment: Exploring local landmarks that honour Nellie McClung

Alberta's "Famous 5" were petitioners in the groundbreaking Persons Case. Led by judge Emily Murphy, the group included Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney and Irene Parlby.

Alberta's "Famous were petitioners in the groundbreaking Persons Case. Led by judge Emily Murphy, the group included Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney and Irene Parlby.

Nellie McClung, August 2016 #books #photography

Nellie McClung, August 2016 #books #photography

Nellie McClung first on the money for Canadians.(as for future Canadian bank notes,Quebec politician Therese Casgrain, aeronautical engineer Elsie MacGill, Anne of Green Gables author Lucy Maud Montgomery, artist Emily Carr and black activist and businesswoman Viola Desmond -. perhaps we'll see these worthy women on other banknotes eventually.

Obasan joy kogawa essay contest “Obasan” by Joy Kogawa is a novel telling the story of Naomi Nakane, a Japanese Canadian, during the Japanese Internment in British Columbia du

Q&A: Nellie McClung’s great granddaughter on filling some big shoes (Toronto Star 19 April 2016)

Q&A: Nellie McClung’s great granddaughter on filling some big shoes (Toronto Star 19 April

Peaceful scenic get-away spots are in abundant supply throughout the Pembina Valley around the Manitou area where we hike and explore.

Peaceful scenic get-away spots are in abundant supply throughout the Pembina Valley around the Manitou area where we hike and explore.

Our cozy country life in Manitou. It is a small Manitoba town which continues to thrive despite the decline of nearby smaller centres. Located along an old CPR branch line, it retains railway town and agricultural service functions, a high school and even an opera house. Feminist activist Nellie McClung lived here in the early Twentieth Century.Filmed 27 Aug 2013.Manitou, Manitoba

Manitou is a small Manitoba town which continues to thrive despite the decline of nearby smaller centres. Located along an old CPR branch line, it retains ra.

Firing the Heather: the Life and Times of Nellie McClung, by Mary Hallett.

The Tyranny of Distance: How Distance Shaped Australia's History:

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