Franco Manitobain. Our French heritage runs as deep as our rivers. It can't be limited to one place or one people. Explore the culture that has shaped our province and changed the course of history. Find it in our towns, our neighbourhoods, and our gatherings. Franco Manitobain is an identity. We protect it proudly, and share it with the world. You don't need to speak the language to catch the joie de vivre. Taste it in the food, hear it in the music and let its spirit get your blood pumping on even the coldest days of year.
Joie de Vivre, featured locations in the video
Festival du Voyageur
St Boniface - Winnipeg
Au cœur de la francophonie manitobaine. The past is visible throughout St. Boniface, but the community's real beauty lies in the exciting blend of the old, the new and the future.
One of the jewels of rural Manitoba, known for its annual Frog Follies and its ever-popular frog jumping championship, St. Pierre-Jolys never misses an opportunity to celebrate its rich francophone heritage.
Surrounded by rich farmland to the west, the boreal forest to the east and with the Seine River running through the middle of town, the Town of Ste. Anne is proud of its bilingual heritage and its rich history that dates back almost two centuries.