We happened to go when a historical society from the area was there. They had various stations set up where school children (there were a lot of school groups) could learn different things about the areas history in an interactive way. They could dress up, learn how to build things, speak with the area's 'priest (maybe Bishop)' who would tell the tale of Louis Riel. It was a great event. The museum has a lot of nice artfacts and the staff was absolutely wonderful. We spent a good portion of our time speaking with the museum's curator. Worth the visit.
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