A message from Dr. David Barnard
September 19, 2014
UM Today Special News Update
 

A message from Dr. David Barnard, president and vice-chancellor of the University of Manitoba

Friends and colleagues, it is my pleasure and honour to offer congratulations to all those involved with the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) on the day of the grand celebration of its opening here in Winnipeg.

It is gratifying to see the Canadian Museum for Human Rights open in Winnipeg.  Much hard work and planning went into its creation, from the wonderful, award-winning building that is an example of striking and breathtaking architecture, to its dramatic content that will inspire and educate us all.

The University of Manitoba has been an active partner and integral part of the dialogue leading to the opening of the CMHR, with contributions from faculty, staff and students across many disciplines.

 
 

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