Discover the rich heritage of one of the oldest settled areas of Manitoba, Canada.

  • Lock and Dam construction in Lockport, Manitoba 1908
    Lock and Dam construction in Lockport, Manitoba 1908

Sharing our history and stories with you!

Learn about the inspiring stories and accomplishments of our pioneers.

A brief history of Red River North

  • 20,000 years ago: It lay beneath a sheet of ice almost 4 kilometres thick
  • 11,000 years ago: It was at the bottom of glacial Lake Agassiz
  • 10,000 years ago: The first humans arrived as the lake receded
  • 230 years ago: European fur traders arrive, followed shortly by settlers
  • Present: St.Clements has over 10,000 full-time residents and 5,000 cottagers

This site is for:

  • Students interested in learning about local history
  • Residents wanting to know more about the story of where they live
  • Visitors who want to know where to find our heritage sites

Where is Red River North?

The Red River North area North of the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

 

News & Events

Cooks Creek Heritage Museum’s 45th Heritage Day

Sunday, August 27, 2017 Noon to 5:00 pm Main stage featuring: Opening ceremonies at 12:45 pm Wayne Wazney Shanley Spence – Indigenous Hoop Dancer Selo ukrainian Dancers Kids in Kilts The Tuckett Family Fidlers Demonstrations by: Eastern European Genealogical Society Winnipeg Embroiderer’s Guild Manitoba Prairie Quilters Springfield Tractor Club Blacksmith Clay Oven Baked Bread Family…

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East Beaches Heritage Wing

Have you visited award winning East Beaches Heritage Wing, one of the RM of St. Clements best-kept-secrets, yet? They have had over 1200 visitors in 2017 up to July 1, 2017. Find out what’s new in the latest edition of the East Beaches Heritage Wing newsletter. Download here.

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This site will feature the stories of many of the people and families who have made a significant contribution to St Clements.

The R.M. of St Clements established the Heritage committee in 1998 to advise council on heritage matters and to promote, preserve and protect local heritage.