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The Canadian Association of Museums and Artifacts (CAMI) is a not-for-profit, non-profit organization that works to support and enhance Canadian cultural heritage by supporting the preservation of Canadian cultural and archaeological heritage.
Its mission is to encourage, support and promote Canadian cultural diversity.
In recent years, the group has launched a number of initiatives to strengthen and encourage Canadian archaeology, including its National Archaeology Museum and Museum of the City of Winnipeg.
The two facilities are part of the Canada Museum and the Winnipeg Museum of Art, both of which are in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Both facilities, along with the Canadian Museum of History and Heritage and the Museum of Canadian History, were created in response to a global resurgence of interest in Canadian heritage and archaeology.
The national museum, located at the former Canadian Pacific Railway station, opened in 2009.
Its primary mission is the study and dissemination of Canadian and international archaeological, cultural and historical information.
The museum is currently housed at the Canadian Pacific Building on the site of the former Halifax South Railway Station.
Its mission is “to be a place of knowledge, an institution of knowledge.”
The Winnipeg Museum, also housed at its former location, was opened in 2008.
Its purpose is to “expose and celebrate the rich history of the city of Winnipeg, Canada, and its people, history, and culture.”
The Canadian Museum is also the home to the Canadian Centre for Aboriginal Studies, which is the only academic institution in Canada dedicated to the study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The two museums, along the Minto River, also host cultural events, which include the annual Manitoba Folk Festival, which features the annual Festival of the Arctic in the summer, as well as the annual Minto Music Festival.
The Minto Festival is hosted by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
The Manitoba Folk and Folklore Festival is a one-day event, which takes place in Winnipeg from June 6-7, with the Winnipeg Folk Festival coming to the Monto River in October.
Both festivals feature traditional dance, music and storytelling.
The Minto Museum of Aboriginal History is also located at its original location at the Mno.
128 intersection of the M.W. Robertson Parkway and East Highway in Winnipeg.
It is home to over 600 artifacts and historical items, including paintings, photographs, maps and records.
The Manitoba Folk Museum also hosts the annual Winnipeg Folk Music Festival, with special events including the Winnipeg Festival of Arts.
The Winnipeg Folk Museum is located at 613 Main Street, Winnipeg, Man., Canada.
The Winnipeg Folk Arts Festival is also held at the Winnipeg Public Library, which hosts a festival on the first Saturday of every month in August and September.
It features the Winnipeg Minto festival and its annual Festival for the Arts, which includes a dance and music festival, as the main event.
The Museum of Indigenous Culture and Art in Winnipeg hosts the Winnipeg Aboriginal Cultural Festival every year, which provides a chance for Aboriginal communities to meet and exchange ideas and experiences with people from all over the world through the museum.