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Text: (Front): ‘AIDS Memorial QUILT/THE NAMES PROJECT/ Winnipeg, June 29 – July 1, 1989’
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Antimension Relics

Metropolitan Michael Bzdel's antimension relics of St. Josaphat's Redemptorists, April 24, 1995, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Archeparchial UCWLC Carolling

The UCWLC (Ukrainian Catholic Women's League of Canada) sing carols for Metropolitan Emeritus Maxim Hermaniuk and Metropolitan Michael Bzdel, Chancery residence, Winnipeg, Manitoba, January 1996.

Archeparchy purchases House

The Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg purchases the house on 239 Scotia St., beside the Chancery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, February 15, 1995.

Arrival for Consecration of Bishop Hermaniuk

The procession of clergy is entering Sts. Vladimir and Olga Cathedral in Winnipeg, Manitoba, for the consecration of Bishop Maxim Hermaniuk as Auxiliary Bishop to Archbishop Basil Ladyka, led at this point by Reverend Semen Izyk, and followed closely by Bishop Maxim. Bishop Andrew Roberecki, Bishop Isidore Borecki, Monsignor Wasyl Kushnir, and the Apostolic Delegate, Archbishop Ildebrando Antoniutti cross the street, a distance behind.

Arrival for Consecration of Bishop Maxim Hermaniuk

Procession of clergy crossing the street before entering Sts. Vladimir and Olga Cathedral in Winnipeg, Manitoba, with faithful waiting nearby, for the consecration of Maxim Hermaniuk as Auxiliary Bishop to Archbishop Basil Ladyka. Among the clergy in the procession are Reverends Semen Izyk, John Sholdak, Wasyl Kushnir; Bishops Andrew Roborecki and Isidore Borecky; Maxim Hermaniuk; and the Apostolic Delegate to Canada, Archbishop Ildebrando Antoniutti.

Arrival of South Dakota Settlers, May 1, 1891

Photograph of a train carrying settlers from South Dakota. The train is stopped with people standing on top and in front. Bound for the Canadian North-West, this CPR train arrived in Winnipeg on May 1st, 1891. The following messages were written on the sides of the train: "Good-bye South Dakota. Bound for the Canadian North-West. Free land. Plenty of timber. Pure water. No more 2 bushels per acre. No more opaline fuel. No more 5 mile water haul. No more grinding machine agents. Hurrah for Canada."

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