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The 90th Anniversary Of The International Peace Garden Marks a New Start to Manitobans

The International Peace Garden is a fascinating place. Manitobans are proud to have an important and historical site that marks peace between The United States of America and Canada. The Manitoba government strives to take excellent care of this site.

The provincial government is planning to increase the funds of the International Peace Garden by more than forty percent, with the goal behind this increased funding being the celebration of the 90th anniversary of this garden as a “special gathering place.” Moreover, the garden will get more care, and more trees and other plants will be planted. 

This garden isn’t just a simple garden but a place that reminds all Canadians of the good and pleasant memories of Canada’s history. “The International Peace Garden is a naturally radiant destination built on principles of peace and friendship, representing our province’s collaborative relationship with North Dakota specifically and the United States as a whole,” said Deputy Premier Cliff Cullen.

All Canadians are happy to celebrate not only the 90th anniversary of this garden but also the many significant meanings and goals behind the International Peace Garden. Tim Chapman, CEO of International Peace Garden, said, “We are incredibly grateful for the increased support from the Manitoba government. The province’s commitment to the garden ensures we can continue to sustainably grow and serve the great people of Canada and the United States.”

The International Peace Garden commemorates the opening of the garden in 1932 that united more than fifty thousand Canadians and Americans to claim and celebrate peace. This celebration is incredible as it allows Canadians to relive the “groundbreaking and dedication ceremony” that happened more than ninety years ago. 


– Halla Alhamed, U Multicultural

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of U Multicultural.

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