Canadian women have worked hard to define their place in society. Among the many changes that have occurred over the years is a shift in attitudes toward married women working outside the home.
Selected images from our growing collection of photographs, maps and documentary art.
Explore the exibits by year:
With the incorporation of Metro in 1960, the City of Winnipeg as we know it today began to take shape.
An Act to Incorporate the City of Winnipeg was passed by the Manitoba Legislature on November 8, 1873.
Out of a mire of Red River mud and challenged by a burgeoning population, Winnipeg grew quickly to become The Chicago of the North, The Gateway to the West...
In Winnipeg’s early years, serious diseases like small pox, tuberculosis, scarlet fever and diphtheria frequently reached epidemic proportions.
An abundant supply of fresh and healthy milk is something we take for granted today. It wasn’t always so.
A number of Pathways exhibits have associated Lesson Plans and Learning Activities for teachers and students.
The City of Winnipeg Archives, 50 Myrtle Street.
Last update: March 7, 2018