Heritage Program Grants


Community Museum Grants Program

Provides support for facilities that serve to protect and interpret Manitoba's heritage resources.

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Community Museums Project Support Program

- New Grant Program

The Community Museums Project Support Program has been developed to support the existing Community Museum Grants Program objectives by targeting initiatives that are aligned with key priorities of government and community needs, including: reconciliation, equity, diversity, accessibility, inclusion, COVID-19 recovery and collections management.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the program consultant listed below before filling out an application.

Please send completed applications and all required supporting materials to:

Department of Sport, Culture and Heritage
Community Programs and Services Branch
Main Floor, 213 Notre Dame Avenue
Winnipeg MB  R3B 1N3
Or by email to: hrb@gov.mb.ca
Website: Heritage Grants

Program Consultant:
Ms Sheryl Kolt
Museums Analyst
Email: sheryl.kolt@gov.mb.ca
Phone: 204-451-7042

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Heritage Grants Program

The Heritage Grants Program assists Manitobans in identifying, protecting and interpreting the province’s human and natural heritage.

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Heritage Resources Conservation Grant

The Heritage Resources Conservation Grant replaces the Designated Heritage Building Grant Program. The primary intent of the grant is supporting conservation of existing physical structures such as designated buildings and sites.

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Military Memorial Conservation Grant

The primary intent for the Military Memorial Conservation Grant is supporting conservation of existing physical structures such as monuments, cenotaphs, sculptures, plaques and cairns dedicated to the memory of Manitobans who served, and who sacrificed their lives in defense of freedom and democracy.

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Other Funding Sources for Heritage

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