Brenda - Waskada Highlights
Turtle Mountain Coal Mining
During the 1930s the Salter and Henderson operations, (Also known as the Nestibo Mines) produced 95% of Manitoba's coal over a span of about eight years.
The site is on private land and unmarked, but a Commemorative Plaque is located at the site of the nearby Deep Ravine Mine, on the west side of Highway 21 at Road 4.
Charles Sankey was a dedicated community worker, who was the driving force behind the creation of this park in the early 1900’s
Goodlands United Church & Goodlands Heritage Park
Built for a Methodist congregation in 1902.
Goodlands Heritage Park features a covered display of painted murals depicting the village in its heyday, along with the original bell from Lennox School No. 317.
Built in 1900 from locally acquired field stones, assembled under the supervision of stonemason I. J. Phinney.
Visit Communities (Past & Present)
Vantage Points Stories
Lyleton Branch: The fight to build and keep a rural railway line
Murder and Mutiny Aboard the Cutty Sark: A tale of mystery and intrigue from the high seas!
Napinka School - Built to Last
Purple Hill Church
Waskada's Blacksmith - The Ren Amos Story
The Salter / Henderson Coal Mines