Heritage


Frelsis Grund Icelandic Lutheran Church, Baldur
 
The oldest Icelandic Lutheran Church in Canada has been restored, including cedar shingles acquired with this grant.


$5,000 
 

Frelsis Grund Icelandic Lutheran Church, Baldur

Frelsis Grund Icelandic Lutheran Church, Baldur

Mennonite Heritage Village Museum, Steinbach

Mennonite Heritage Village Museum, Steinbach

Inglis Area Heritage Committee

Inglis Area Heritage Committee


Winnipegosis Historical Society
 
The historic Medd House, home of Winnipegosis’ first doctor and clinic, has been restored.


$5,000
 

Heritage Winnipeg
Union Station’s rotunda will host a 3D video memorial on the Canadian fatalities of World War I.  It will conclude on Remembrance Day, 2018.


$10,000
 

Mennonite Heritage Village Museum, Steinbach
 
The historic Waldheim house, built in 1876 of oak logs and with a thatched roof, is being restored.


$25,000
 

Augustine United Church, Winnipeg
Augustine is a landmark in Osborne Village.  Steeple and masonry repairs have been undertaken.


$10,000
 

St-Georges Historical Society
A new museum is on the banks of the Winnipeg River.  Its theme is “we are the people of the river.” 


$10,000
 

Inglis Area Heritage Committee
The Committee is restoring and maintaining the largest collection of pre-war grain elevators in North America.  It is a National Historic Site.


$7,500
 

Sam Waller Museum, The Pas
The museum occupies the oldest brick building in northern Manitoba.  The exterior of this Provincial Heritage Site is being re-furbished.


$10,000
 

Watson Crossley Community Museum, Grandview
The museum is developing a new building to commemorate the contributions of the late Theodore Arthur Burrows, a successful industrialist and Lt. Governor of Manitoba.


$10,000
 

The King’s Players, Winnipeg
“Standing on Guard” is a DVD describing the history of six Manitoba military regiments.  It will be distributed to schools, libraries and museums.


$2,000
 

 Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg
Assistance has been provided to develop the Level One Gallery, the first exhibition at which was the Magna Carta.    


$10,000