Old St. Boniface

Old St. Boniface is a treasure trove of Canadian history waiting to be experienced. Whether at the St. Boniface Museum (the oldest structure in Winnipeg, built approximately 1850 for the Grey Nun's convent) to the St. Boniface Cathedral, it is...
Old St. Boniface is a treasure trove of Canadian history waiting to be experienced. Whether at the St. Boniface Museum (the oldest structure in Winnipeg, built approximately 1850 for the Grey Nun's convent) to the St. Boniface Cathedral, it is here the heart of Winnipeg exists. And of course across the river is the National Historic Forks Site, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and much more. that could take a visitor many days to explore and learn of the history it holds.
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27 November 2016
From atop the Canadian Museum for Human Rights Tower one can look at Old St. Boniface across the Red River.
10 December 2016 ·   7 years ago
Just across the bridge from the old St. Boniface Cathedral and the St. Boniface Museum is the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The forks National Historic Site is also near to these structures as is the Forks Market. There is a lot of do...
Just across the bridge from the old St. Boniface Cathedral and the St. Boniface Museum is the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The forks National Historic Site is also near to these structures as is the Forks Market. There is a lot of do within a few kilometers in this part of Winnipeg.
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27 November 2016 ·   7 years ago
The Grey Nuns Convent is the oldest structure in Winnipeg. Four nuns came in 1844 to do their social work for the young community. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GshML7tnkBI&feature=share Great video on the history of the the Grey Nuns and...
The Grey Nuns Convent is the oldest structure in Winnipeg. Four nuns came in 1844 to do their social work for the young community. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GshML7tnkBI&feature=share Great video on the history of the the Grey Nuns and the Metis and what the artifacts are held in this museum.
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27 November 2016 ·   7 years ago
Next to the Cathedral on Tache Street in Winnipg is the oldest building in Winnipeg, the Old Grey Nun's convent. Now the St. Boniface Museum it holds artifacts related to the Grey Nuns that came to minister to the sick and needy in the mid...
Next to the Cathedral on Tache Street in Winnipg is the oldest building in Winnipeg, the Old Grey Nun's convent. Now the St. Boniface Museum it holds artifacts related to the Grey Nuns that came to minister to the sick and needy in the mid 1800s. It also holds significant Metis artifacts and several things relating to Louis Riel, including his steamer trunk he left for Montreal with to pursue his studies as a teenager. He is buried nearby as is his father and other prominent Metis leaders and officials.
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27 November 2016 ·   7 years ago
https://youtu.be/aKvNdRe7VGU The St. Boniface Basilica (Cathedral) is a place welcoming all cultures and faiths today with open spaces to contemplate the Canadian past and celebrate the changing landscape of the Canadian mosaic.
27 November 2016 ·   7 years ago
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