About the Venue
Frederic Gaspard Theatre
Basic Medical Sciences Building,
727 McDermot Ave.,
University of Manitoba
University of Manitoba, Bannatyne Campus
University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campus
About the City
is the capital of Manitoba in Canada, with a population of 660,000. It is located in the center of North America, at the confluence of the Red River and Assiniboine River. The city is not only famous for its extreme weather in winter, but also for many attractive interests.
Manitoba Legislative Building
The building accommodates the legislative assembly as well as offices for the ministers and deputy ministers of all government departments. It is the symbol of strength and vitality in the city.
Address: 450 Broadway, Winnipeg
The Forks is a historic site which is located in Downtown Winnipeg at the confluence of the Red River and Assiniboine River. It was a trading place for early Aboriginal people thousands years ago. Today, it becomes a famous tourism destination in Winnipeg.
Address: 1 Forks Market Rd, Winnipeg
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
It is a national museum located next to The Forks. In this museum, you will obtain the knowledge of Canadian human rights, Aboriginal concept of human rights and current human rights issues.
THE CANADIAN MUSEUM FOR HUMAN RIGHTS: A MUST FOR EVERYONE’S WINNIPEG LIST
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is a must for locals and visitors. There is nothing like it. Anywhere. Experience how powerful personal stories and awesome architecture combine in unexpected ways to underscore the importance of rights for all. Visits to this national museum can be experienced in either of Canada’s official languages – English or French. Check humanrights.ca for hours, admission rates and tour options.
Explore the Galleries Tour
This guided tour will take you on a human rights journey and allow you to discover the Museum’s inspiring and diverse content. You will be able to explore all of our 11 galleries and connect with compelling human rights stories along the way. You will also encounter many architectural features as you make your way through the Museum. You can choose a 90-minute tour ascending the ramps or a shorter 60-minute version using the elevators. Access to the Israel Asper Tower of Hope is not included in the guided tour. However, you will have a chance to visit the Tower on your own following the tour.
Discover the Building Tour
The architecture of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is not just beautiful - it’s full of symbolism. Find out about the architect’s vision, significance of the site, as well as the building’s design and materials. Prepare to be awed and inspired on this 60-minute journey. Please note that this tour is 60 minutes in length for both the ramp and elevator versions. This tour itself does not enter any of our galleries, but the fees listed below do include full access to the galleries if you would like to spend additional time in the Museum. Once again, access to the Israel Asper Tower of Hope is not included in the guided tour. However, you will have a chance to visit the Tower on your own following the tour.
Address: 85 Israel Asper Way, Winnipeg
Assiniboine Park Zoo
Located a short drive from the airport and Winnipeg’s downtown, Assiniboine Park Zoo is Winnipeg’s premier outdoor attraction and a great place for exploration and four seasons of fun. The Zoo is open year-round, with both indoor and outdoor exhibits. Journey to Churchill, the Zoo’s award-winning northern species exhibit, provides amazing views of magnificent polar bears, playful seals, majestic snowy owls, mighty muskoxen and more! The new McFeetors Heavy Horse Centre offers a glimpse into Manitoba’s pioneer past. The Zoo is also home to exotic animal species such as Amur tigers, snow leopards, red pandas and more!
We are pleased to offer conference delegates the opportunity to explore Assiniboine Park Zoo for less!
Purchase your tickets online and save 15% off regular Zoo admission.
PROMO CODE: CEREBELLUM
Promo code is valid from February 28th, 2017 to May 29th, 2017.
- is for self-guided visits only
- must be purchased in advance online and cannot be purchased in person at the Zoo entrance
- cannot be combined with other offers or promotions
- valid for one time use only on day of visit
“Versatility, technical excellence and a captivating style are the trademarks of Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, qualities that have garnered both critical and audience acclaim. Founded in 1939 by Gweneth Lloyd and Betty Farrally, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet holds the double distinction of being Canada’s premiere ballet company and the longest continuously operating ballet company in North America. In 1953, the Company received its royal title, the first granted under the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.”
RWB School Professional Division Presents:
Celebrate the amazing talent of rising, young artists from the RWB School’s Professions division as they take the stage in Spotlight.
Performing excerpts from the best of the classical works, these rising starts will move you with their genuine love of dance and vibrant, infectious energy and impress you with their athleticism and technique. Past performances have included La Bayadere, The misadventures of Pinocchio and La Fille Mal Gardée.