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Labour Rights Tour 60 minutes

Daily, August 26 to September 2, 2019

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A large group of women sitting and sewing. Others are standing behind them in a room crowded with textiles.

Photo: Archives of Manitoba, Jewish Historical Society 3281

Event details

To celebrate Labour Day, join us for a tour through the Museum focused on changing perspectives about labour and workers’ rights in Canada and around the world.

Location:

CMHR, Bonnie & John Buhler Hall, Level 1

Learn about the struggles people of diverse backgrounds have faced accessing employment, improving their work conditions and securing a fair wage. Reflect on the impact of past achievements to our lives today, and the work that still lies ahead. 

After the tour, take the time to explore on your own. Talk to our in-gallery staff to learn more. 

Cost (added to general admission):

Adult (18–64) $5
Youth (7–17) $3
Student (with student ID) $4
Senior (65+) $4
Family (max 2 adults + 4 youths) $14
Children (6 and under) Free
Members Free

Booking:

To purchase tour tickets, please buy tickets online, visit the Ticketing and Information desk at the Museum, contact us at visitorservices@humanrights.ca or call us at 204–289‑2000. Pre-purchased tickets are non-refundable. For group bookings, please consult Group Reservations.

This program is subject to change or cancellation without notice.