• “Colonialism,” Power, and the Hudson’s Bay Company

    BY Tolly Bradford

Feature Articles

  • Surveying Indigenous Spaces on the Canadian Prairies: The Case of William Wagner

    BY Karen Brglez

  • “Ottawa Might Take a Hand”: John Dafoe’s Correspondence with William Lyon Mackenzie King

    BY Nathan Dueck

Prairie Pageant

  • Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald’s Design Commissions for First World War Rolls of Honour

    BY Michael Parke-Taylor

  • Who are the Prisoners Buried in Wascana Park?

    BY Kenton de Jong

  • Manitoba’s Viking Aesthetic: Two Cultural Artifacts in Gimli and the Connection to a Distant Past

    BY Andrew McGillivray

  • Cool Things in the Collection: Memories of Roy Brown and His Orchestra

    BY Eileen Trott

  • Edwin Clay Blair: Pioneering Prairie Photographer … and Pornographer

    BY James Kostuchuk

Book Reviews

  • Alexander Freund, ed., Being German Canadian: History, Memory, Generations, Studies in Immigration and Culture 17, University of Manitoba Press, 2021

    BY Linda Dietrick

  • Donald B. Smith, Seen But Not Seen: Influential Canadians and the First Nations from the 1840s to Today, University of Toronto Press, 2021

    BY Kerry Abel

  • R. Cole Harris, A Bounded Land: Reflections on Settler Colonialism in Canada, UBC Press, Vancouver, 2021

    BY Keith T. Carlson

  • Benjamin Hoy, A Line of Blood and Dirt: Creating the Canada-United States Border Across Indigenous Lands, Oxford University Press, 2021

    BY Francis M. Carroll

  • Andrew John Woolford, Morgan Fontaine, and Theodore Fontaine, Did You See Us? Reunion, Remembrance, and Reclamation at an Urban Indian Residential School, University of Manitoba Press, 2021

    BY Anne Lindsay

  • Douglas R. Babcock with Michael Payne, Opponents and Neighbours: Fort George and Buckingham House and the Early Fur Trade on the North Saskatchewan River, 1792-1800, Alberta Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women, with The Friends of the Forts – Fort George and Buckingham House Society, 2020

    BY Scott P. Stephen

  • Jim Blanchard, Thinking Big: A History of the Winnipeg Business Community to the Second World War, Great Plains Publications, 2021

    BY Dale Barbour


  • Feminist Newsletters and the History of Women’s Labour Activism in Manitoba

    BY Hannah Guenther-Wexler and Julia Smith

Prairie Gazette

  • Lieutenant Governor’s Awards for Historical Preservation and Promotion 2021

    BY Gordon Goldsborough

  • Archi10: A New Way to Showcase Heritage and the Built Environment

    BY Winnipeg Architecture Foundation

  • On the Path to Reconciliation

    BY Sheila Grover

  • Heritage News from the Republic of Manitobah

    BY James Kostuchuk

  • A Capital Idea?

    BY Bill Waiser

  • Margaret McWilliams Awards 2021

    BY Gordon Goldsborough

  • History City Hall Restored


  • Parks Canada Introduces National Urban Parks to the Prairies

    BY Greg Thomas

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