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Reconciling our History Walking Tour

This guided walking tour of the Exchange District focuses on monuments and Indigenous perspectives that are absent from their story. Participants will actively engage in dialogue to reposition the story of Winnipeg - a city built on shared lands, Treaty No. 1 territory. The tour begins in the City Hall courtyard and ends near the Manitoba Museum with an accessible route of about 1.2 km.

Space is limited and registration is required; physical distancing will be in place. Masks are required. Please bring a pen and paper. Participants should not attend if feeling unwell or have recently travelled per public health guidelines. Registration will close one hour prior to the tour. This event is in partnership with the Manitoba Museum and the City of Winnipeg, Indigenous Relations Division.

Related LibGuide: Indigenous Info Guide by Monique Woroniak

In the community
Friday, October 16, 2020
12:00PM - 1:45PM
For Adults For Seniors
Genealogy & Local History Indigenous Interest
Registration for this event is now closed.

Registration Guidelines

For programs requiring registration - Public Program Registration Guidelines

  • All program rooms have a maximum capacity to ensure safety. We reserve the right to limit the number of program attendees.

  • An email address is required for public online self-registration. If you do not have an email address, you can register by calling the branch at the phone number provided, or by visiting any Winnipeg Public Library branch in person.

  • For Family programs, please only register the children who will be attending. Parents/Caregivers who will be attending with their children can be noted in the "Notes" field of the child's registration, but do not need to submit a registration of their own.

  • For programs with children ages 11 and younger, a parent or caregiver must remain in the library during the program.

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  • School-age programs are for children ages 5-12. Children attend on their own unless otherwise indicated.

  • If a child requires the support of a parent or caregiver to participate in a program, please speak with staff.