The Centennial Institute is a legacy initiative created by The Foundation to celebrate its 100th anniversary.
Primarily supporting the study of Canadian and Indigenous history with a Winnipeg and Manitoba focus, its mandate is to enrich the study of history with particular interest in human rights and the evolution of civil society.
There are 17 graduate level scholarships already in place.
Scholarships for students
Centennial Institute Grants for charitable organizations
- Manitoba’s Employment Landscape in the Heritage Field [PDF]
A report on the research conducted Legacy Bowes of the existing roles that exist within the Heritage fields, across various types of organizations that focus on the preservation, study, education and communication of History.
- Sky Bridges, Chair
- Richard Frost, Past Chair
- James Hanley, Vice Chair
- Janis Thiessen, JMP Chair
- Greg Bak
- Jennifer Dueck
- Joy Loewen
- Maureen Matthews
- Phi Vu Nguyen
- Karen Sharma
History Department Heads Tina Chen (University of Manitoba – 2020), Roisin Cossar (University of Manitoba – 2021) and Mark Meuwese (University of Winnipeg), and Elders Stan McKay and Belinda VandenBroek were also active participants.