Clay Bank Bison Jump Interpretative Sign installed by the BTNHR.


A Story for Every Mile and a Site for Every Story in the Boundary Trail National Heritage Region

Our site has just added some brand new pages under the Boundary Trail Archives. Be sure to check them out.



This narrow strip of southern Manitoba extending from the Red River to the Saskatchewan border and immediately adjacent to the U. S. border possesses a Natural, Indigenous and Settlement history unlike any other in western Canada, and has been specially recognized by Heritage Canada as a national heritage region. We invite you to visit and explore.


NOTE: The official website for the Boundary Trail National Heritage Region is still adding and expanding. During this period, history buffs and potential visitors to the region are invited to visit the site frequently to see the many new stories and images as they are added and expanded upon over the days and weeks to come.  It is intended that the new BTNHR website will grow and evolve on a continuous basis as new research is undertaken and material and comments are submitted by visitors and friends of Manitoba history and heritage. We encourage comments and submissions. Enjoy.



The development of this website was generously supported by the Province of Manitoba.

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