Manitoba residents will get access to the Archive of Manitoba due to Remembrance Day

Manitoba residents will get access to the Archive of Manitoba due to Remembrance Day, Iryna Chyrkova

Remembrance Day will be celebrated on Sunday. 100 years have passed since soldiers from Manitoba.

Due to this day, the Archive of Manitoba will show many records and works telling about the events of this war.

Provincial sport, culture and heritage minister, Cathy Cox, said that it is very important to raise people's awareness of the events that took place a hundred years ago. On Friday and Saturday, all residents of the province can come to the Archive and look through interesting information about Manitobans who took part in the war. The archive will be open to the public from 12 to 4 p.m.

Thursday evening students of Kelvin High School will read diaries and letters written by soldiers from Manitoba.

The Legislative Library also takes part in the celebration and it will provide century-old newspapers. The newspapers will be available until Tuesday next week. 

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