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The Riel House is a house-museum located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Today owned and administered by Parks Canada, the Riel House is mostly known for being the home of the Riel family and for Louis Riel who has lived in this house briefly in the summer of 1883. It was where Riel was laid in state after his execution in 1885.