Celebrating 100 Years of Manitoba Women's Right to Vote Events

‘Nice Women Don’t Want The Vote’ Travelling Exhibit

November 5, 2015 - February 9, 2016

The Manitoba Museum’s new travelling exhibit, Nice Women Don’t Want The Vote, which will commemorate the 100th anniversary of Manitoba becoming the first province to extend the vote to women. The exhibit will also look at some of the ways Manitoba and Canada have struggled to provide full voting rights for all its citizens.

Opening on November 5, 2015, Nice Women Don’t Want The Vote will run until February 9, 2016. For the next eight months, a portable version of the exhibit will travel around Manitoba, before hopefully opening in the Canadian Museum of History in Ottawa in November 2016.

If you have an artefact or story that you think should be considered for this exhibit, please contact Roland Sawatzky, Curator of History, The Manitoba Museum at (204) 988-0634 or rsawatzky@manitobamuseum.ca.


Buy Tickets
  • Presented by:

    The Manitoba Museum
  • Cost / Fees:

    $7.50 Child / $8.50 Youth / $10 Adult
  • Location:

    190 Rupert Ave, Winnipeg, MB
  • Contact:

    info@manitobamuseum.ca(204) 956-2830