An Ask About the ASH
Jewish immigration and contributions to the development of Winnipeg’s North End is something we can all be proud of. Yet visitors to the city have nowhere to go to learn more about this success story.

With that in mind, consideration is now being given to reconfiguring the Ashkenazie Synagogue in Winnipeg’s North End into a living museum complete with three-dimensional artifact displays, computer stations, and a small coffee/gift shop. The museum would pay tribute to the 17 previous synagogues that have since been destroyed or sold; those Jewish individuals from the North End who went on to achieve civic, national and/or international fame and the Jewish-owned businesses that contributed to the area’s economy and vitality.

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