I always love a good road trip, but I also love sleeping in my own bed. Thankfully in Manitoba, there are so many amazing and diverse places to visit - all just outside the perimeter - so people like me can have the best of both worlds. This trip’s got a bit of everything: good food, wildlife,
Ask just about anyone about the first thing that comes to mind when they hear “St. Norbert” and I’d bet you anything that the first response would be the farmers’ market. That the lively Saturday Saint-Norbert Farmers’ Market – also open on Wednesdays – is one of the highlights of this bilingual
Where in Manitoba can you get both fur trade history and the golden (chrome?) era of the 1950s all in one day? This quick day trip will take you north of Winnipeg to the area surrounding Lockport and St. Andrews - where you will find an eclectic mix of 1850s fortifications and retro eats.
When it comes to my favourite TV shows, I’m a firm believer of the cliche that what makes a good series isn’t just a good ending, but it’s about the friends you make along the way. Like a great TV show, a solid day trip isn’t just about where you end up, it too is about the stops you make along the
Next Monday, we will celebrate Canada Day. But why wait till then? We’ve put together a list of activities to help you celebrate all week long and into the weekend. For a full list of events across the province, be sure to visit our website, Travel Manitoba . Do it all for the music at St.
In between picnics, patios and backyard BBQ, summer seems to be equal parts about the food as it is about the sunshine and the lake life (maybe even more, depending who you ask). Let this list guide your next meal in Manitoba, and maybe you'll discover a new favourite. Here are 10 restaurants, tours and events to sink your teeth into this summer...
Découvrir la maison d’enfance d’une auteure de grande renommée vous intéresse? La Maison Gabrielle-Roy est faite pour vous! Visitez, comme moi, la maison d’enfance de Gabrielle Roy, et laissez-vous emporter par l’ambiance du Manitoba des années 1910. En arrivant rue Deschambault, je suis restée
Do you dream of trains? Do you long for the days of travel aboard a chugging locomotive? While train travel may have given (mostly) way to planes and cars in Canada, there are still a few bastions of this oh-so-civilized form of travel kicking around. One such example sits just outside Winnipeg, at
On the hunt for an activity or two to complete your week? We've narrowed this list one down to 10 opportunities for you to get out and about in Manitoba. Of course there's much more happening in the province. For a full list, visit our website, Travel Manitoba .
Manitoba’s farms and markets are getting into the groove of summer. And that rich local food selection that finds its way into our farmers’ markets and later on to our dining tables is all thanks to the hard work and behind-the-scenes processes that take place at Manitoba’s local farms. Whether your