Brandon — We were told that if a picture was taken at night, the ghost of the victim could be seen in the photograph. I don’t see it.
Brandon — My poor little guy had such a bad cough and it ended up being bronchitis. Although he didn’t need a bandaid, (today- but they are pretty magical when “owies” arise), he did need his blankie and mommy....
Brandon — John Norquay is my great-great-great-great uncle on my mother’s side. I am honoured to say that I have direct ties to the Red River Settlement, and also to John Norquay, the first (and only-to date) M...
Brandon, Manitoba Industrial School
I have never been hunting, but my husband hunts and now so does my son. I don't know if I could shoot such a beautiful animal.
Susan, Swampy Cree Woman.
Fort Desjarlais (1836-1858)Fort Desjarlais is remembered as the largest fort, most prominent and most successful of the Souris River trading posts in the fur trading days in Manitoba.
John Norquay (1841-1889) First Metis Premier of Manitoba.
A picture of The Plains Indian Buffalo Hunt, by my son, in grade 6.
This is an alley where one of the victims of Jack the Ripper was found over a hundred years ago.
A blankie, a bandaid, mom's kiss... For a baby, a toddler, a preschooler; these all have superpowers. They heal, make better, comfort.