October 2, 2017
For Immediate Release
U.S. Exhibits Celebrate 150 Years of Friendship with Canada
WINNIPEG — To celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation, the U.S. Consulate Winnipeg is presenting two exhibitions that emphasize the depth and importance of the U.S.-Canada relationship. The exhibits are on display at the Manitoba Museum until October 15, 2017.
The bilingual exhibits showcase the historic relationship between the United States and Canada, our shared Arctic heritage, and U.S.-Canada cooperation in the Arctic. The exhibits highlight intriguing stories involving the two countries and emphasize the important cultural connections they share.
The exhibits are open to the public during the Manitoba Museum’s regular hours. Admission is free. Further information on the schedule of events can be found in the appendix below.
U.S. Consulate Winnipeg
The exhibits will be available for viewing during the Manitoba Museum’s regular hours:
Tuesday to Friday: 10am – 4pm
Saturday and Sunday: 11am – 5pm
Thanksgiving Day (October 9): 11am – 5pm
Admission to these exhibits is free. More information about the exhibits is available on the Manitoba Museum’s website: https://manitobamuseum.ca/main/exhibition/eyes-on-the-arctic-northern-stars/
Eyes on the Arctic
This bilingual display will showcase the lives of Arctic Indigenous peoples and U.S.-Canada cooperation on Arctic issues, including research, wildlife, and the environment.
This bilingual display will explore the historic relationship between the United States and Canada, highlighting intriguing stories involving our two countries and emphasizing the important cultural connections we share.