The Passage

The Passage Panels

“The Passage” one of the most significant historic sites in the province is commemorated in the ”The Passage Panels” both at the site and at the Museum. Briefly, “The Passage” at the Northeast end of Berkley St. North, was the historic buffalo river crossing, used by aboriginal people, metis hunters, traders, settlers, as well as, Peguis, Miles Macdonnell, Jean-Baptiste Lagimodiere, Lord Selkirk and Cuthbert Grant. Known at the time as “The Grand Passage, as it was the main route north and south across the Assiniboine.