Assiniboia Residential school – Interpretive Signage

Led by the Indigenous Relations Division, this exhibit represents one of the City of Winnipeg’s responses to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. Responsibilities included art direction and graphic design for nine interpretive panels and banners telling the story of survivors’ experiences in the Assiniboia Residential School from 1958 to 1973. They are showcased in Winnipeg’s City Hall and the in Millennium Library in downtown Winnipeg. 2018

Mayor Brian Bowman gives the opening speech at City Hall.


“…the easiest part of working on these interpretive projects, is working with you…cannot possibly thank you enough...we are already planning our next topic"

Murray Peterson  Historical Buildings Officer, City of Winnipeg

“The work you have done…will help to share a hidden local history and help educate Winnipeggers on the legacy of residential schools. Chi meegwetch!”

Carole Fréchette  Indigenous Relations Division Community Projects and Initiatives Assistant at City of Winnipeg



Interpretive signage for the Planning, Property and Development Department of the City of Winnipeg promoting the education of Canadian involvement in the Battle of Kapyong. A customized map design was included in the creation of the sign. The unveiling took place at a ceremony at the Kapyong barocks in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in September. 2016