Maureen Fitzhenry

March 4, 2016

When Jennine Krauchi was first asked to create the world’s largest Métis beadwork for the Museum, she hesitated.

“I had never done anything like that before,” says Krauchi, the Winnipeg... Read more

May 14, 2013

Where the heck are Grosvenor School’s Grade 6 students?

Inspired by a viral YouTube star, a group of Grade 6 students from Winnipeg’s Grosvenor School  decided to create their own dance... Read more

April 16, 2013

Stars of the Winnipeg Jets helped shine a light on human rights when they toured construction progress inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on April 12. 

CMHR president and CEO... Read more

March 4, 2013

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) has sprung to life on Google Earth -- one of the very few Canadian buildings ever constructed by Google’s own 3D Warehouse team. It was uploaded on... Read more

December 23, 2012

When Winnipegger Gerhard Wiebe set out to construct a gingerbread version of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights for Christmas, he knew he’d have an architectural challenge.

“The most... Read more

December 18, 2012

The “Tower of Hope” atop the CMHR blazed into brightness during the darkest week of the year. Crews began testing the 34 tower lights Dec. 17 in a 100-hour burn, designed to stabilize and extend... Read more

November 27, 2012

Elle a neuf ans à peine, mais Eryn Kirshenbaum s’engage déjà pour les droits de la personne. Au lieu de cadeaux d’anniversaire, cette année Eryn a demandé de l’argent et a fait un don de 500$ au... Read more