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Oct 23, 2014 7:00 PM
Winnipeg, MB

Since the return of the film elements to the Winnipeg vaults of the Hudson’s Bay Company Archives, Kevin Nikkel of Five Door Films has collaborated with visual historian, Peter Geller, to restore The Romance of the Far Fur Country from the surviving reels of footage.  They have done this from digitized copies created at the time of their transfer back to Winnipeg and by consulting archival records documenting the creation of the film. The re-release of The Romance of the Far Fur Country re-assembles the film elements to the original 2 hour running time and adds a contemporary score by composer Nathan Reimer.


The original film was screened by the Hudson’s Bay Company in local theatres in Canada in and around 1920, but all mention of the film had disappeared from view since that time. No known copy of Romance of the Far Fur Country exists in Canada.


Admission is free.


Since seating is limited please contact us to reserve your seat: (204) 945-4949 or

Event Host: Manitoba Archives

Oct 24, 2014
Winnipeg, MB

The Canadian Museum of Human Rights will hold a series of workshops for educators to explore and understand the Museum and its programs before bringing their students to visit. The workshops focus on the different levels of education and run between October 24th and November 27th. Please see the Canadian Museum of Human Rights website to learn more and to pre-register, 

Event Host: Canadian Museum of Human Rights

Oct 24, 2014
Algonquin Provincial Park , ON

Algonquin's new Halloween Haunted Weekend will take place October 24-25, 2014. The Mew Lake Campground which rents heated yurts as well as electrical sites, will host most of the activities. Festivities begin with an owl prowl on Friday night. Algonquin's Visitor Centre will host a naturalist-led tour of animal skeletons on Saturday followed by pumpkin carving, trick or treating and an evening bonfire at Mew Lake Campground. A wolf howl and night hike cap off the new event.

Event Host: Ontario Parks

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