Manitoba Day is May 12th
Manitoba Day History
The Manitoba Act, which created the Province of Manitoba, was given Royal Assent on May 12, 1870. This paved the way for the proclamation on July 15, 1870. On May 12, 1966 Manitoba’s official flag was dedicated and unfurled for the first time. In 1986, May 12 was designated as Manitoba Day in perpetuity, in recognition of the importance of this day in the history of the Province.
If your museum, gallery, cultural or heritage institution is celebrating Manitoba Day let us know about it and we'll enter your institution into a draw for a FREE full conference registration (September 21 - 23, Winnipeg).
Remember to also visit our Manitoba Day Facebook page.
Manitoba Day 2017
Celebrate it at a Manitoba museum!
Click HERE to see some of the events happening at Manitoba museums.
The winner of the Manitoba Day draw for a FULL conference registration is the
New Iceland Heritage Museum in Gimli!
The winning ticket