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Find City of Winnipeg Rooster Town-related records and reports, and view information panels found at the Bill and Helen Norrie Library.


Installations and information panels at the Bill & Helen Norrie Library

The images on this page are of installations or exhibit panels found at the Bill and Helen Norrie Library. We have not shared images of all the exhibit panels found at the Library due to their file size; however, you can find PDF documents of each panel linked to further down this page.

Rooster Town: A Community Rooted in Kinship and Culture

Information panel - share your stories -

Share your stories.

From the Share your stories exhibit panel.

Share your stories.

Are you from Rooster Town or a nearby neighbourhood? Do you or your family have memories or stories about the community that you would like to share?

In the spirit of reconciliation, the City of Winnipeg is committed to updating this exhibit as more stories, histories, and voices are shared.

The City of Winnipeg is honoured to help preserve your family's stories of Rooster Town and thank you for trusting us with them.
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photograph: Elise Sais with her daughter Mary in Rooster Town, c. 1940. Private collection.