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Topics: Economic and social rights


Culinary Night at the Museum

Wednesday, October 9, 2024, 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. seatings

Cost: $135 includes dinner, $195 includes dinner and signature drink at each stop

Location: Various locations in the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

A server's hand holding a plate of steak with garnishes is in focus in the forefront with a table of diners shown in the blurred background.

Gone too soon

June 4, 2024 to December 2024

Cost: This space is free to access.

Location: The Forks North Portage Partnership Classroom Lobby

Purple poppies made of paper with names and messages from community members and family of those who have died as a result of a poisoned drug supply.


Climate Justice

June 2022 to December 2024

This new exhibit explores the connections between human rights and climate change.

A crowd of youth hold protest signs and stand behind a large banner that reads “La Terre Mère,” or “mother earth” in English.


Nursing and Indigenous peoples’ health: reconciliation in practice

By Maureen Fitzhenry

Nurses’ long‐time partnership shows that decolonizing our health care systems is necessary for enhancing respect, fairness and social justice for First Nations, Inuit and Métis.

A group of Indigenous women nurses stand together outside.

Powered by love: Grandmothers fighting HIV/AIDS

By Matthew McRae

It took Gogo Gladys Tyophol many years to come to terms with the death of her only son.

A head-and-shoulders portrait of Gogo Gladys Tyophol. She is wearing glasses and a blue patterned kerchief wrapped around her head. Her shirt says GAPA and a red AIDS ribbon is attached to her sweater.