VIRUS: Évolution d’une pandémie emmènera les téléspectateurs dans le temps pour réfléchir à la réponse de Winnipeg aux défis posés par deux pandémies - la grippe espagnole de 1918 et la pandémie de Covid 19 de 2020 - et explorer ce que nous avons et ce que nous avons't appris.


Recherche et Rédaction

Paula Kelly
Jim Smith
Heritage Winnipeg
Pattern Interactive


Heritage Winnipeg Archives
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Library
Hudson Bay Archives, Provincial Archives of Manitoba
Wikimedia Commons
United Church of Canada Archives


Références Numériques

Livres et articles hors ligne Herring D.A. “There Were Young People and Old People and Babies Dying Every Week”: The 1918-1919 Influenza Pandemic at Norway House. Ethnohistory. 1994;41(1):73-105.
‘Atlas of World Population History’ by Colin McEvedy and Richard Jones, published by Penguin Books 1978
‘Flu’ The Story of the Great Influenza of 1918 and the Search for the Virus that caused it’ by Gina Kolata, published by Touchstone 1999
‘Pandemic 1918’ by Catharine Arnold published by St Martin’s Griffin 2018


University of Manitoba Libraries; Archives & Special Collections Tribune Archives
Winnipeg Free Press Archives
Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak Inc.


Jones, Esyllt W., Influenza 1918: Disease, Death, and Struggle in Winnipeg,University of Toronto Press, 2007
Pettigrew, Eileen, The Silent Enemy: Canada and the Deadly Flu of 1918, Western Producer Prairie Books, Saskatoon, SK