The 90th annual Peace and Goodwill Weekend was held at the end of Peace Week and featured Eduardo Costa as a keynote speaker. Costa is from Belem, Brazil and is currently studying for a PhD at the Arthur V Mauro Center for Peace and Justice at the University of Manitoba. Eduardo is a Rotary Peace Scholar by virtue of having been sponsored by the Rotary Foundation to get his Masters Degree jn International Development, concentrating on Peace and Conflict Resolution at one of Rotary’s six Peace Centres: Duke University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. 
The weekend featured a curling bonspiel and included tours of the Canadian Museum of Human Rights and the Assiniboine Park Zoo.
Eduardo Da Costa speaking to Rotarians
An annual event, Rotarians from Canada and the USA enjoy meeting one another and sharing their Rotary Experiences. At the fellowship evening guests enjoyed cocktails and finger foods and the evening included a “Scotch Tasting” event for those inclined to enjoy a bit of whiskey with the overtones of the peat fires once used to distill the brew.
In 2016 the 91st Peace and Goodwill weekend will again be in Winnipeg. The following year, 2017, it will be held in Virginia, Minnesota. The weekend commemorates the “internationalization” of Rotary as Winnipeg was the first club formed outside of the United States of America.