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Category - Stories & Ideas: Culture & Heritage

1/12/2016
Exploring Local Landmarks that Honour Nellie McClung This January 28 marks a significant milestone in our province’s history: 100 years ago women from Manitoba became the first in Canada to win the
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11/5/2015
A road trip from Winnipeg to Gimli and Hecla, along Lake Winnipeg’s western shore, reveals characters influenced by their Icelandic-Manitoban heritage. By Karen Burshtein The first Icelandic exodus
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11/4/2015
It's time to start that holiday shopping. Consider these gift ideas that have proud Manitoba origins, yet are recognized on the world's stage. For the fashionista on your list, Manitobah Mukluks is
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10/13/2015
Spectre, the 24 th James Bond film, hits theatres this fall and viewers will follow the super spy on exploits to Mexico City, Austria and Morocco. But perhaps a mission to Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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7/8/2015
From sleeping on the tundra with polar bears to practising your French in an urban B&B, taking the road less traveled is easy in Manitoba. In a perfect mix of adventure and rejuvenation, our unique
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2/3/2015
Forget the same old dinner and a bouquet of flowers. These Valentine's Day treats will have your sweetie flying high this year as opposed to flying off. Bird Love Think it's just humans who
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5/15/2013
Meet Manitoba's talented artists on their own turf. From sculptors, painters, carvers and potters, creative types open their home studios to art admirers. Watch art in action and take home a
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1/6/2013
Loaded with fur pelts caught on traplines across Northern Manitoba, modern-day trappers descend on Thompson every year to sell their wares to the highest bidder. The Thompson Fur Table connects
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9/25/2012
In small and larger communities throughout Manitoba, communities come together breaking bread with friends, families and newcomers during fall supper season. Home cooks, using treasured family
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