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Feb 12, 2016
Winnipeg, MB

On February 12, the CMHR opens its first-ever outdoor exhibition - Let Them Howl: 100 Years in the Women's Rights Struggle, at Festival du Voyageur in Winnipeg. The exhibit, developed in partnership with Library and Archives Canada, features 12 large portraits of Canadian women who have broken gender barriers: from McClung to Supreme Court Justice Beverley McLachlin, Rosemary Brown and Bertha Clark Jones.

Event Host: Canadian Museum of Human Rights

Feb 27, 2016 4:30 PM
Kingston , ON

In Canada's early years, an estimated 150,000 indigenous children were taken from their families and communities to attend residential schools, the affects of which are still felt today.

Wawahte is a documentary that tells the story of residential schools from the perspective of three of its survivors. They tell their very personal, and often tragic stories, so that all Canadians may find mutual healing and understanding.

Be among the first to view Wawahte at the Kingston Canadian Film Festival on February 27th. You can view the Wawahte trailer by clicking here.

Wawahte Documentary Premiere
Saturday February 27, 2016 - 4:30 – 6:30 pm
Kingston City Hall
216 Ontario Street
Kingston Ontario

Admission $12

Event Host: Robert P. Wells

Jun 02, 2016
Fort Erie, ON

The Fenian Raids/Battle of Ridgeway Conference will take place over a two day period June 2-3, 2016 in Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada.

This Conference, the first on this topic in Canada, will present a complete overview of the restive and occasionally unruly political climate on the Canada/US border in the 1860's through keynote speeches, panel discussions, and specialist information sessions.The presentations will focus on the events leading up to and culminating in the Battle of Ridgeway/Fort Erie June 2, 1866.

The international group of presenters will include published authors and historians with acknowledged expertise in the political military and social aspects of Canadian, Irish and United States history as it occurred in the 1860's.

The conference is intended to be a multidisciplinary event. The addresses and lectures will be augmented with art, music and literature of the period.

Event Host: Fenians 150

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