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March 24, 2023



Discover the beauty of nature at Winnipeg's newest horticultural attraction, The Leaf! Immerse yourself in four lush biomes, each showcasing trees and plants from various regions, and enjoy the sights of a butterfly garden and a stunning six-storey waterfall at The Leaf at Assiniboine Park.

Lord Cultural Resources was commissioned to assist Assiniboine Park Conservancy develop the Visitor Experience and Program Plan, Interpretive Strategy and Plan, Community Consultation, Story-gathering, Curatorial Coordination and Content Development.

“The Leaf celebrates the diversity of the people of Winnipeg and the rich cultural and personal connections between people and plants.”

Lisa Wright, Principal Consultant, Lord Cultural Resources



Canadian Modern, a new exhibition at the Royal Ontario Museum, celebrates the country’s unforgettable contribution to design by showcasing a collection of 100 limited-edition and mass-produced objects—all made or designed in Canada.

Lord Cultural Resources was engaged to develop the Interpretive Planning and Content Development for this project.

“Canadian Modern tells the compelling and object rich story of modern design in Canada, exploring the innovation and experimentation of designers and craftspeople who have called this place home.”

Lisa Wright, Principal Consultant, Lord Cultural Resources



Lord Cultural Resources, in collaboration with Bluewater Studio and WeatherstonBruer Associates, was engaged to redevelop the Museum's exhibition to tell the stories of the Forest County Potawatomi to new generations of tribal and non-tribal visitors. Working closely with the Museum team and in consultation with community stakeholders and Elders, Lord Cultural Resources developed the Interpretive Plan and led the Content Development work for the new exhibition.

“It was an honor and a privilege to work with the team on creating engaging and immersive exhibits that celebrate the thriving culture of the Potawatomi people. It is our hope that these exhibitions will help to deepen knowledge about tribal history and foster pride for generations to come."

Katherine Molineux, Principal Consultant, Lord Cultural Resources