WINNIPEG — The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has hired a new leader for its fundraising organization.
Mena Gainpaulsingh has been named CEO for the Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has officially gone green.
The CMHR has received LEED Silver building status by the Canada Green Building Council, meeting some of the highest environmental performance standards in the world.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is celebrating the honour of one of their own tonight at the National Black Canadians Summit in Toronto.
Angela Cassie, the museum’s vice-president of public affairs and programs, is being honoured for her work with the museum in advancing human rights education.
WINNIPEG — A new exhibition for Canada 150 with crowd-sourced photographs is opening soon at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Points of View: A National Human Rights Photography Exhibition officially opens Friday, but will hold a public launch this evening at 7 p.m. (free admission).
Visitors to the Canadian Museum of Human Rights this week can receive their own copy of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
To mark the 35th anniversary of the Charter, the CMHR is producing copies in more than two dozen languages for guests through its doors.
WINNIPEG — Admission to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights will be waived for some spring breakers beginning on Saturday, March 25.
Children aged 12 and under will be admitted free through April 2. The museum, which is normally closed on Mondays, will also be open on March 27.
Admission into the Canadian Museum for Human Rights will leave more cash in your pocket to kick off Canada’s 150th anniversary year.
The CMHR is offering a special admission price of $5 between January 17 and 31. Admission continues to be free for children under 7.