- Medical aid in dying becomes legal
- Perspective on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights
- New Outreach plans
- Summer reading suggestions
- and more…
Humanists value human rights. So let’s spend an afternoon exploring the museum together. Meet in the museum foyer (85 Israel Asper Way) at 1:00 PM. If you have a smart phone, download the app for the self-guided tour. (If you don’t, you can borrow one at the info desk.) We can spend as little or as much time in each gallery as we like, and stay together or break up into smaller groups if we choose. You won’t want to miss the temporary exhibition about Indian Residential Schools, honoring the children who were forced to attend between 1870 and 1996, and symbolizing reconciliation.
When the museum closes at 5:00 PM, we will walk down the street (25 Forks Market Road) for dinner.
Join us for some friendship and fun!
You MUST RSVP for the dinner, as this is a peak time for the restaurant and we need to make a group reservation. Click HERE to RSVP.
- Our buses are still roaming the city streets, but they won’t be around much longer! Find out who won a prize for the first picture submitted.
- A.C. Grayling was a hit with HAAM. Find out about his visit to Winnipeg.
- Learn more about what Arthur Schafer has to say on the topic of dying with dignity.
- And much more…
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