Parks Canada in Winnipeg
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Parks Canada Places in and around Winnipeg
- The Forks National Historic Site
- Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site
- Riel House National Historic Site
- St. Andrew's Rectory National Historic Site
- Parks Canada in Manitoba
Parks Canada administers various national historic sites in the greater Winnipeg area, each with its own unique contribution to the story of Canada.
Experience Lower Fort Garry, North America’s only restored stone fort from the fur trade era. Buildings and walls have stood on the bank of the Red River for over 180 years. Witness how The Forks, at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine rivers, continues to be a meeting place for over 6,000 years. Learn the story of Métis leader and a founder of Manitoba, Louis Riel, at Riel House. Visit St. Andrew's Rectory, an example of mid 19th-century Red River architecture.
Be a part of our program! Parks Canada offers a diversity of volunteer activities and reaches many volunteers with different interests.
Please contact Blair at firstname.lastname@example.org or 204-984-1759 for further information.
Interested in volunteering elsewhere with Parks Canada? Check out the national volunteer webpage for a complete listing of Parks Canada opportunities across the country.
Parks Canada Merchandise
Want to be equipped and look the part for your next Parks Canada adventure? Or thinking of presents for family and friends?
- Parks Canada Shop
- Parks Canada Adventure Store at The Forks National Historic Site
- Parks Canada Pop-Up Shop around The Forks National Historic Site
Jobs at Parks Canada
Make an inspired career choice! If you are ready to inspire Canadians to develop a strong sense of connection to their protected and special heritage places, an exceptional career with Parks Canada awaits you.