Exploring Gimli's Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee's website is a great way to discover our community's rich culture and the pride we share in our collection of heritage buildings and sites.
Whether you are a visitor, a historic building owner, or researching your family's history, here you will find the story of the settlement of New Iceland, the wave of immigration from Eastern Europe that followed and the legacy of artifacts and buildings left for us to enjoy and preserve for future generations.
News and Events
Gimli's Notable Persons: A Canada 150 Anniversary Project
The RM of Gimli Heritage Advisory Committee will publish a booklet next summer celebrating approximately 50 past and present citizens who made significant contributions to our community, province and/or country.
We welcome your suggestions of names, with your reasons why they should be included. All names not necessarily accepted.
Contact: Wally Johannson – firstname.lastname@example.org or Box 1934, Gimli R0C 1B0
Loni Beach: a Gimli heritage neighbourhood
The Gimli Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee has produced a booklet on the Loni Beach neighbourhood. Loni Beach is valued as an important and distinct cottage area at the north end of Gimli. The booklet is intended to foster appreciation for the area, and to serve as a heritage management tool.
Earlier news items are stored on a separate Old News page.