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Feature event: Métis Memories of Residential Schools: A Testament to the Strength of the Métis

July 28, 2022 to January 13, 2023

Explore the first installation in the new Community Corridor

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A graphic image of 24 mosaic tiles depicting Métis experiences in colonial schooling systems. Together the images show a red infinity symbol on a blue background.

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Winnipeg Mandolin Orchestra Concert

Friday, October 14, at 7:30 p.m.

Cost: Free

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A group of twenty-two people facing the camera and smiling. They are all wearing dark-coloured pants and white shirts with red embroidery. A majority of the group are holding their instruments, mainly mandolins.

Remembering the Children

Sunday, October 23 to Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Cost: Free

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Carved rectangular Bentwood Box by Coast Salish artist Luke Marston, who steamed, bent and carved the box in the traditional style from a single piece of sacred, old-growth red cedar. The artistic styles and imagery in its carved panels represent the distinct cultures of former First Nations, Inuit and Métis residential school students. Two sides of the box are visible, which both feature a face painted and carved into the wood.

From talk to action: challenging racism in Canada today

November 3, 2022

Cost: Free

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A crowd of people facing away from the camera. Some in the crowd are holding signs above their heads that say: “I can’t breath #BLM”, “Canada is not immune to racism”, and “Justice for all: end violent, subtle and systemic racism now!!!”

Gala 2022: Raising Our Voices

Save the date:
November 17, 2022

Cost: Virtual tickets start at $25, in-person tickets $500

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A rainbow crosswalk in front of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on a sunny day

Past events

We explore human rights from many different angles and perspectives. Check out our past events (since March 2018).

Winnipeg Mandolin Orchestra Concert

Friday, October 14, at 7:30 p.m.

Cost: Free

Location: Level 1 Gallery, Bonnie & John Buhler Hall

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A group of twenty-two people facing the camera and smiling. They are all wearing dark-coloured pants and white shirts with red embroidery. A majority of the group are holding their instruments, mainly mandolins.

Remembering the Children

Sunday, October 23 to Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Cost: Free

Location: Buhler Hall, Level 1, Canadian Museum for Human Rights

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Carved rectangular Bentwood Box by Coast Salish artist Luke Marston, who steamed, bent and carved the box in the traditional style from a single piece of sacred, old-growth red cedar. The artistic styles and imagery in its carved panels represent the distinct cultures of former First Nations, Inuit and Métis residential school students. Two sides of the box are visible, which both feature a face painted and carved into the wood.

From talk to action: challenging racism in Canada today

November 3, 2022

Cost: Free

Location: C300 Theatre, UBC Robson Square, 800 Robson Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

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A crowd of people facing away from the camera. Some in the crowd are holding signs above their heads that say: “I can’t breath #BLM”, “Canada is not immune to racism”, and “Justice for all: end violent, subtle and systemic racism now!!!”

Gala 2022: Raising Our Voices

Save the date:
November 17, 2022

Cost: Virtual tickets start at $25, in-person tickets $500

Location: Buhler Hall

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A rainbow crosswalk in front of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on a sunny day

Past events

We explore human rights from many different angles and perspectives. Check out our past events (since March 2018).

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In the meantime, check out our past events (since March 2018).

Photo: Lindsay Winter Photography