There’s quite a bit happening this week to engage all of the senses. From wine and whisky tastings to birding breakfasts, take a look and create your own fun itinerary from our line-up of what’s hot in Manitoba. See the artillery and try on uniforms ongoing RCA Museum, Heritage Gallery The RCA
Header photo: Kyle Schappert If you love long drives and equally adore dining out, we suggest combining your two loves and make an outing of it. Whether you live in the north, south, east or west, there’s some good grub just a drive away. Here are 14 dinner destinations we think are worth the drive.
Earth Day is just around the corner, a global event that reminds us of our responsibility to maintain a clean and healthy environment for the generations to come. This Sunday also happens to be Easter, which means brunch and egg hunts. As you head out to enjoy the frills and fancies of an event-filled week, don’t forget how much of an impact your own actions have on preserving the environment. Here’s all that’s hot in Manitoba.
Unless you’ve been living under a Casterly Rock, you’d know that one of TV’s most watched series ever is about to come to its final oathbreaking conclusion. With this in mind, we couldn’t help but notice Manitoba bears some striking resemblances to Westeros. With its mosaic of geography and people,
In a city which sees its fair share of blizzards throughout the winter, there’s one kind of whiteout Winnipeggers welcome with open arms come spring time - and that whiteout comes with a Winnipeg Jets playoff run. Since the Jets' return to Winnipeg in 2011, hockey fans in Winnipeg have proven to be
The weather reports are looking promising with temperatures rising, even to the double digits! Sure there are reports of rain, but after a long winter, the rains are a welcome way to truly welcome spring and the melt. And it couldn't be better timing with some exciting things happening in the province. The Hermetic Code returns this week, pop-up markets are making an appearance, and the McCreary’s Manitoba Maple Syrup Festival is back as well. See for yourself what’s hot in Manitoba.
Free fun can sometimes be hard to find, with such events and activities far, few and in-between. But if you’re a if-it’s-free-count-me-in kind of guy or gal, you’d be pleasantly surprised to know that Manitoba speaks your language. Here are a few free things to do when you’re low on cash, or just plain ole cheap.
Header photo by: Katie Goldie A trip to the northern town of Churchill, Manitoba is not the easiest trip in the world. It can be expensive. There are limited transportation options...and even more limited seasons. But guess what? A visit to this very special region is absolutely worth your trouble.
Just off the heels of a fantastic spring break and quality time with family, it’s back to the grind of school, work and busy schedules. No matter how busy it gets, you should still make some time to enjoy life and a few of the thrills of the province. Here’s what’s hot in Manitoba.
March 29 will forever be remembered as a bittersweet day: the day when we said goodbye to The Kiln (who fought hard and true to the very end) but also when we declared Cedar & Main as the WINNER OF DRIVE IN MADNESS! 🎉🎉 The prize includes bragging rights and a custom plaque for display in the