For the last two years, people walking past Wayne Fehr's house have noticed something strange. His living room window is full of an ever-changing group of mannequins.
Fehr found a fellow Winnipegger who sold mannequins, and before he realized it, he'd become a collector. "It became almost an addiction to buy these dolls," he said.
His house even shows up on Google Street View like that.
He says he's only had two complaints from neighbours. One person contacted him on Facebook saying it was "stupid." Another neighbour called the police on him because one of his scenes had a mannequin in a nightgown. "One of the ladies down the street didn't like it. She thought I was degrading women."
"To me, to put a smile on somebody's face means they're gonna go home and it's going to make their day a little bit better."