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MANITOBA’S EMBLEMS

Manitoba 150 partnered with the Manitoba Protocol Office and Brunet Monuments to create and install a series of sculptures by Manitoban artists, portraying each provincial emblem.


Designed and produced by local Manitoba artists under the guidance of Brunet Monuments, these 12 legacy sculptures are displayed within alcoves on the northern balcony of the Legislative Building. These alcoves were originally designed to house pieces of art when the Manitoba Legislative Building was completed in 1920, however, this vision never became a reality.

101 years later, these new monuments will help tell our province’s unique story and serve as a legacy for future generations.

Statues completed at time of publication:

POLAR BEAR

PICKEREL

GREAT GREY OWL

BISON

MOSASAUR

SPRUCE TREE